Straighten Up With Orthodontic Treatment

Kim2 | Advanced Dental Center of Florence, SC

It’s almost hard to believe, but you’re looking at it.

You have a great smile. You can see it in the mirror. Not only that, other people keep complimenting you about how nice your smile is.

It makes you feel good. It makes you feel confident. It makes you glad that you decided to get orthodontic care at Advanced Dental Center in Florence, SC.

Plus, you know your mouth is healthier now, too. With straight teeth, you are able to clean your teeth better, and that can prevent tooth decay and gum infections. You also appreciate that having straight teeth will make it easier to keep your smile for life.

If you have crooked or crowded teeth, our doctors can help you feel like the person described above. Just call 843-627-4076 to get started with a consultation.

Remove The Obstacles To A Great Smile

Crooked smiles affect millions of people. Many times crooked teeth are the result of crowding. When your teeth are too close together, they can overlap. This affects the appearance of your smile. It can affect your confidence as well.

Crowding also makes it difficult to clean your teeth on all sides. When your teeth overlap, you might not be able to brush them on all side. When your teeth are too close, you may not be able to fit dental floss between them. Even so, bacteria can get into those tight spaces, and that makes those spot perfect places to build plaque and cause cavities.

In these situations, removing a tooth or a few teeth may be the best option. Taking this preliminary step can make it much easier to straighten your smile.

You’ll appreciate that we can handle tooth extractions at our office as well. With the benefit of our sedation option and our high-tech tools, we can remove your tooth painlessly if needed. That means you won’t need to visit a specialist in a different office for your procedure.

We can handle every step right here … and you’ll get the beautiful smile you want and deserve.

Choose The Right Path

Braces remain one of the best ways to straighten smiles, but traditional brackets and wires aren’t your only option anymore. At our practice, you have a number of options:

Invisalign — This is a more modern approach to orthodontic treatment. This system uses a series of discreet clear aligners to push your teeth into their final positions. We offer various kinds of Invisalign as well. Invisalign Teen has features that parents will appreciate. Invisalign Lite can give you a new smile in as little as seven months, while Invisalign Express could change the appearance of your teeth in as little as three months.

Thermal braces — These may look like traditional braces, but they use a special, flexible archwire. This wire responds to body heat in a way that allows us to place precise pressure where it’s needed to move your teeth and improve your smile.

Lingual braces — Like traditional braces, these use brackets and wire. The difference is that they are placed on the back of your teeth. This makes them less visible, but equally effective.

When you schedule your consultation, we can answer any questions you have and help you determine which treatment option is right for you.

Give Yourself A New Reason To Smile

If you are tired of feeling self-conscious about your crooked teeth, then it’s time to talk to one of our doctors at Advanced Dental Center. Call 843-627-4076 or contact us online to request an appointment.

Your new smile is waiting. You just need to get it.

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