types of orthodontic treatment we offer
A misaligned bite can make you self-conscious and cause other problems to your bite. We know a mouth full of wires and long-term treatments can be discouraging. If you have felt discouraged about the idea getting your ideal smile, Northview Dental in Keystone is a perfect fit for you.
At Northview Dental in Keystone, we provide alternative orthodontic treatment for our teen and adult patients wishing for a well-aligned smile.
Correcting a misaligned bite
A misaligned bite also creates dental conditions such as decay. Due to overlapping teeth, proper oral hygiene is tough to maintain, causing cavities.
Additionally, a misaligned bite may create malocclusion, a poor bite that does not permit your teeth to come together correctly. Malocclusion can cause fractured teeth, sensitivity and jaw dysfunction.
ClearCorrect Invisible braces
Looking for your ideal smile? Like Invisalign, ClearCorrect utilizes custom clear aligner trays to gently move your teeth over time. Each set of aligners will be changed out about every two weeks. To achieve the best results, you must consistently wear your aligners for at least 22 hours per day.
With ClearCorrect, you will be able to remove your aligners to eat and clean your teeth. This convenience allows you to maintain excellent oral hygiene without the need for special floss threaders.
We will monitor your treatment with regular exams so that you achieve the best outcome.
Six Month Braces with PowerProx
If you’re looking to quickly improve your smile, Six Month Braces by PowerProx provides outstanding results. This nearly invisible treatment averages about six months long. Tooth-colored brackets and a clear memory wire guide your teeth to their ideal location. Memory wire technology allows the treatment to move quickly instead of going to regular “tightening” appointments. Your exams will be scheduled approximately once a month to monitor your progress.
Like traditional orthodontics, an orthodontic retainer will be worn at night to maintain your new smile. Without a retainer, your teeth may relapse back to their original location.