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Orthodontics in Round Rock

Braces are not only excellent for treating cosmetic issues and straightening teeth, but they also have a significant impact on oral health. Cleaning between each tooth might be challenging when teeth are crooked or overlapping. Bacteria can accumulate between the teeth, resulting in cavities, gum disease, gingivitis, tartar build-up, and tooth loss.

Types of Braces 

We offer treatment options to match your demands, regardless of your age, lifestyle preferences, or orthodontic condition—and we guarantee you will be pleased with the outcomes. We've dealt with a lot of cases similar to yours!

Traditional Metal Braces

Traditional metal braces straighten the bite and push the teeth into a healthy, beautiful alignment using high-grade stainless steel brackets and archwires. These braces are popular among children, teenagers, and adults, and they are successful in treating a wide range of complicated orthodontic issues.

Patients who select braces can choose from a variety of colored rubber bands to provide a splash of color to their grin or go for a sleek, understated look—whatever your style, you can customize your smile to your liking!

Crooked teeth, crowded teeth, gapped teeth, and misaligned bites (overbite, underbite, crossbite, open bite) can be treated with metal braces.

Clear Aligners

Clear aligners are appropriate for all lifestyles and offer a discreet, nearly invisible look. 

The clear aligners must be worn for the bulk of the day (around 22 hours) and should only be removed while eating. This orthodontic alternative is attractive, but they can be challenging to maintain for those who lack the self-control to keep them on.

Clear aligner technology employs a series of flexible, durable, BPA-free plastic clear aligners that are custom-made to fit your teeth precisely.

Ceramic Clear Braces

Teens and adults who desire a beautiful smile without the appearance of metal braces can consider clear ceramic braces. Ceramic brackets, high-grade metal wires, and clear rubber bands are used in these clear braces to give them a less noticeable appearance than metal braces.

These braces are made of high-quality materials that don't irritate the gums, and the ceramic brackets are rounded to reduce discomfort from sharp corners. They're also stain-resistant, which means they won't become yellow or discolored during your treatment.

Braces for All Ages

Braces for Kids

According to the American Association of Orthodontics, children should get their first orthodontic exam by the age of seven. Around this age, the baby teeth have started to fall out, and the adult teeth begin to emerge. Our highly experienced team can do an early screening!

Our team is trained to examine the teeth and bite position to discover orthodontic problems before they become an issue.

We won't recommend early orthodontic treatment unless it's vital. We recommend treatment if we discover a condition requiring immediate attention or think treatment will improve your child's quality of life.

Braces for Teens

For teenagers who want a beautiful, dazzling smile for years to come, we offer a choice of braces. Nowadays, most students will see most of their classmates in braces during middle or high school. Our office can make braces accessible and fun with a variety of color options.

Teens, whatever your day contains, we offer an orthodontic treatment that will fit your personality and style.

We've spent decades diagnosing troublesome orthodontic issues in growing mouths and providing remedies that are tailored to the demands of teenagers!

Braces for Adults

It's never too late to have the smile you've always wanted—orthodontic treatment is appropriate for people of all ages!

Your preferences or needs should not limit your treatment options. We offer a variety of braces to fit your professional, social, and other needs.

How Do You Know If You Need Orthodontic Treatment?

The best way to find out if you need treatment is to come in for a free consultation. Our orthodontists will evaluate the position of your teeth and bite to see if orthodontic treatment is appropriate for you. We can detect complex orthodontic disorders early on before they worsen and necessitate longer or more intensive treatment.

Before coming to see us, there are a few ways to tell if you require orthodontic treatment:

  • Asymmetries or malformations of the face
  • Teeth that are chipped, cracked, worn, or broken
  • Teeth that are misaligned, crooked, gapped, or crowded
  • Too late in life to lose baby teeth
  • Chewing or biting is difficult
  • When moving the jaw, it shifts, cracks, or pops
  • Breathing through the mouth
  • Sleeping or swallowing problems
  • The top and bottom teeth are not correctly aligned

Do you hide your smile? This is one of the easiest ways to detect if you need orthodontic treatment. It's time to start treatment if you hide your grin, cover your teeth, or avoid circumstances that draw attention to your mouth.

Reach Out Today

If you have questions about our orthodontic services or would like to schedule a consultation, don't hesitate to get in touch with our office at (512) 244-1221.

We are passionate about oral health and helping you feel your best as you smile!

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