Our Services

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Early Intervention

The earlier orthodontic problems are discovered and treated, the more likely treatment is to last. Orthodontic problems usually become apparent when the permanent teeth begin to come in - around age seven. This is an important to time bring your child in for an orthodontic consultation.

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Adult Orthodontics

There are many reasons adults turn to orthodontic treatment. You may have had braces as a child, but your teeth have begun shifting or you always wished your teeth could be straighter, we can help you achieve the smile of your dreams. It is also a good idea to consult with an Orthodontic Specialist before undergoing restorative dental treatments such as implants and crowns.

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Clear Aligners

We feature the Invisalign system of clear aligners. The Invisalign trays are virtually invisible and let you confidently live your life while improving your smile. The trays are removable so you can eat what you want, brush and floss as usual and enjoy all of your normal activities.

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Traditional Metal Braces

Traditional braces are the most common type of orthodontic treatment. They are both reliable and affordable. Metal brackets and wires move the teeth to their ideal position over time. While metal braces are a great option for many patients, they do require some extra care regarding hygiene routines. At Grand Dental Orthodontics, we work with your hygienist and dentist to make sure your teeth are well cared for from start to finish.

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Tooth Colored Braces

These braces work like traditional metal braces, except that the brackets bonded to the teeth are made of ceramic or clear plastic. This provides the reliability of traditional metal braces while being less noticeable.

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A palatal expander is a type of orthodontic appliance that aims to increase the size of the palate. In some children or adults, the upper palate is too narrow. This can cause problems concerning overcrowding as well as proper occlusion. A palatal expander is used to spread out the teeth, thus resulting in a wider palate and more even bite.