What is the difference between traditional metal brackets and Invisalign®?
All forms of orthodontic treatment use the same physiological process of moving teeth and jaws into proper occlusion, or alignment of the top and bottom teeth. This is achieved by the gradual use of gentle pressure to reshape bone and gum tissue and guide new bone growth into the desired position. Treatments generally fall into two categories, braces—which use non-removable metal brackets and wires to move teeth—and aligners—removable trays that slowly guide teeth into place.
Clear Aligners and Retainers
Condition and severity of the teeth requiring treatment.
Dental Depot is more than routine dental cleanings; we care for your smile at every stage of your life. In addition to our dedicated team of dentists and dental hygienists, we are also proud to provide an AAO-certified orthodontist at our Oklahoma City metro orthodontic locations.
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Since 1978, Dr. Glenn Ashmore has provided quality, affordable dentistry to his fellow Oklahomans and their families. Now – 43 years, 4 states, and 26 offices later– we’re excited to announce the changes that will ensure the legacies of both Dental Depot and of Dr. Glenn and Arlene Ashmore. In January 2020, Dental Depot officially
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