Is It Too Late To Straighten My Teeth?
Would you love to improve the placement and appearance of your teeth but have hesitated to learn more about treatment options due to your age? Many adults are under the impression that orthodontic care is only for children and teens, and that couldn’t be further from the truth. The advancements in orthodontic care over the past many years have led a large percentage of adults to learn more about the orthodontic treatments we offer and invest in their oral health. The variety of treatments available allow patients to receive treatment in the manner that best fits their budget and lifestyle. Interested in learning more about orthodontic care for you or a loved one? Keep reading!
Why Choose Orthodontic Care?
The initial reason many patients inquire about orthodontic care is to improve the aesthetics of their teeth. Orthodontic treatment can improve conditions related to bite issues, overcrowding, spaces between teeth and crooked teeth. Aside from improving the appearance of teeth, we often recommend orthodontic care due to health concerns and to prevent lasting damage to your teeth, mouth and even your overall health. For example, overcrowded teeth can be difficult to clean properly, leading to repeated decay, and bite issues can cause worn teeth, improper chewing habits and even digestion issues.
Treatments We Offer
We offer traditional metal braces as a treatment option. This method is guaranteed to improve the placement of your teeth no matter how misaligned they are. However, this is not always a favorite choice of our adult patients. Many of our adult and teen patients have seen wonderful results from Invisalign®. This treatment method uses clear aligner trays to slowly transition the teeth into the desired placement. Patients love that they can continue to enjoy their favorite foods and remove the trays when needed to eat and brush. This option can also result in a shorter treatment time than the traditional method.
If you are interested in learning more about orthodontic treatment and the method that we would recommend for your needs, be sure to contact our office located in Spring Hill, FL to schedule an appointment. We look forward to helping you on your journey to straighter teeth.