If your teen has an overbite, underbite or another type of malocclusion, he could benefit from braces in Washington Heights. There is a wide variety of braces that could be used to correct the malocclusion. When you see you orthodontist at 125th Street Braces you’ll be able to discuss all your options in detail.
While there are many possibilities, some of the most common options for braces in Washington Heights are conventional metal braces and Invisalign. They are both very good options because they’ve both been proven effective in fixing malocclusions. However, they have different attributes. Conventional braces are made of metal and consist of brackets and wires that straighten your teeth. Invisalign braces straighten teeth using clear, removable aligners. At 125th Street Braces, we have another option we offer called Acceledent. Acceledent Aura is used in addition to your regular orthodontic treatment and is a great option if you want to straighten your teeth quickly. With Acceledent Aura, you don’t have to wait years to straighten your teeth. Using Acceledent Aura as a complement to your orthodontic treatment speeds up the process by fifty percent. It’s a safe, easy-to-use that’s comfortable, light-weight and hands-free that only needs to be used twenty minutes a day to be effective. If you’re not sure which option would be best for your teen, there’s no need to be concerned. Our expert orthodontist at 125th Street Braces, Marvin Baptiste, DDS will create a recommended treatment plan when you come for your appointment. Your teenager will be in great hands at our practice. Dr. Baptiste is an outstanding orthodontist who is passionate about the profession, is dedicated and truly cares about our patients. Our office consists of knowledgeable, friendly staff who share the same dedication and level of professionalism as Dr. Baptiste does.
Contact our office to set up your teen’s braces in Washington Heights consultation today. One of our friendly staff members looks forward to your call and to helping you very soon.