Is Early Orthodontic Treatment Worthwhile?

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Orthodontics in Gilbert or Phoenix, AZ

Are you tired of looking in the mirror and noticing your crooked teeth?

Is your bite crooked or misaligned? Have you been told by dental professionals that without orthodontic treatment, you are at risk of losing one or more of your natural teeth? Then you need to make an appointment with Dr. Ovens at Dental Specialty Associates.

Dental Specialty Associates offers a wide array of orthodontic procedures, including Invisalign clear braces, traditional braces and occlusal adjustments. Each procedure is geared to get your teeth in incredible shape. Not only will you love the way you look, but you will also love the way your teeth feel and function.

"I have been going here for some time now and I have found that they really put my needs first in every way possible."

Invisalign in Gilbert or Phoenix, AZ

Invisalign: The Clear Alternative To Braces

Invisalign has changed the way adults think about braces. The clear trays are nearly invisible to the naked eye so professionals can now wear them without worry. Plus, there are no brackets to adhere to the teeth. Another advantage to Invisalign is the ability to remove the clear liners when eating or performing oral hygiene tasks. Typically, the cost for Invisalign is similar to traditional braces.

Braces in Gilbert or Phoenix, AZ

Braces: More Comfortable Than Ever

Thanks to new technologies and improved materials, traditional metal or plastic bracket-based braces are more affordable and comfortable than ever before. After you wear the braces for the prescribed period of time, you will be left with a spectacular grin. Treatment duration varies from person to person and can be for as little as six months!

Occlusal Adjustment in Gilbert or Phoenix, AZ

Occlusal Adjustment: No More Jaw Pain

Do you awaken in the morning with a sore jaw? Is your jaw tender in spots, especially along the joint where the bones meet? You may be in need of an occlusal adjustment. Teeth that are crooked or misaligned can cause you to grind your teeth at night. Occlusal adjustment re-aligns the bite, putting less pressure on the jawbone and mouth.