Smiles in Progress

Brace Yourself for a Brighter Future

At Behl Orthodontics, we offer a variety of orthodontic treatment options to get you and your family smiling in no time! Whether you’re coming to us with crowding or spacing or more complex orthodontic conditions such as overbites or crossbites, Dr. Behl and our team have the expertise and knowledge to help you achieve a beautiful, confident smile. Depending on your condition and personal preferences, you may be able to choose between metal braces, clear braces or Invisalign.

When Should My Child First See an Orthodontist?

There are certain conditions that may qualify a child for early prevention orthodontics. These might include things like crossbites, crowded teeth or narrow arches. If crowded teeth are fixed at an earlier age, they allow more room for adult teeth to come in and may in turn reduce the need for teeth pulling later in life.

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Early Treatment

Early prevention starts at age seven, which is when The American Association of Orthodontists recommends parents bring their children to an orthodontist. At this age, permanent teeth have begun to create a bite pattern and can be examined for irregularities.

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Teen Orthodontics

There are several treatment options for teens just like you! Behl Orthodontics works with teens and their families to develop a treatment plan that will fit your unique needs.

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Adult Orthodontics

It is never too late to achieve the perfect smile you’ve always wanted! In fact, the American Association of Orthodontists reports that one in five orthodontic patients is over the age of 21. Adults may choose to correct their orthodontic problems not only for cosmetic reasons, but to maintain their health as well.

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Common Orthodontic Conditions

In the ideal bite, the teeth are all well-aligned with upper teeth just slightly overlapping the lower teeth all around the U-shape of the mouth. Studies, however, estimate that some 70% of people have at least mild orthodontic problems, whether crooked teeth or misaligned bites. So why is it more common for humans to have imperfect bites than good ones?

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Surgical Orthodontics

Your orthodontist will determine if you require orthodontic surgery as part of your treatment. It may be required to correct jaw issues if you have reached the age at which the jaw bone finishes developing. This usually occurs when a female reaches the age of 16 and when a male reaches 18. Jaw issues usually include bite problems or jaw bone abnormalities.

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One way to ensure the highest level of care possible is by offering the latest advancements in orthodontics. We are pleased to announce a new technology that can shorten your treatment by up to 50%!

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Have questions? We’d be glad to answer them! We want your experience to leave you smiling, so ask away!

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