Alternatives to Braces
I don’t want traditional braces. What are my options?
Orthodontic Treatments are Suited to You
The type or brand of treatment (whether braces, aligners, etc.) is not as important as the application of the treatment by a qualified orthodontist. After completing dental school, orthodontists are required to have an additional 2-3 years of orthodontics residency training to ensure they gain the experience and skill necessary for a healthy smile and bite. Orthodontists certified by the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) specialize in moving teeth and aligning jaws and have the medical knowledge and insight to ensure treatments are applied correctly and safely.
Orthodontic treatments aren’t what they used to be. Dental Depot is proud to offer the latest in advanced orthodontic treatment options that provide quicker, gentler results with less pain and discomfort. Unlike other dental offices, we are more than routine cleanings and care, providing an AAO-certified orthodontist on staff at our Oklahoma City metro orthodontic locations..
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For more information on your orthodontic treatment options, or to schedule a complimentary consultation with one of our orthodontists, visit our website at dentaldepot.net/find-location to find an office near you.
Did you know that the American Association of Orthodontics estimates 50-75% of Americans would benefit from orthodontics treatment? It’s true! There are many benefits to orthodontic treatment. Straight, healthy teeth make it easier to chew, brush, and speak, and having a smile that you’re proud of and comfortable with will improve your confidence and self-esteem.
A root canal, also referred to as endodontic treatment, is a procedure during which a dental specialist removes soft tissue from within a tooth that has become infected or inflamed. This tissue, called dental pulp, contains blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissue that feed the tooth’s root and keep it healthy. When the dental pulp
Bruxism is the medical term for unconsciously grinding, gnashing, or clenching your teeth. This can happen while you’re awake, asleep, or both. Bruxism is commonly referred to as teeth grinding or jaw clenching. The majority of people who suffer from bruxism experience it while they sleep, making it difficult to identify before complications develop. What