If you or a member of your family have teeth that are crooked, crowded and misaligned or have gaps or are protruding, then you may want to consider orthodontics with Cosmetic & Family Dentistry in Weatherford, TX. Our practice offers complete orthodontics for children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Deborah Romack is a general dentist who also conveniently treats patients for orthodontics, as well. She is a member of the International Association of Orthodontics, and she has over 500 hours of continuing education in the field. For quality orthodontics, Weatherford and Aledo families trust Dr. Romack.
Orthodontics do more than help you have an attractive smile. They can also help you have a healthier mouth. When teeth are crooked and crowded, brushing and flossing are made more difficult. Thus, you are more susceptible to tooth decay, gum disease or even tooth loss. So, having straight teeth has benefits beyond just appearance.
Orthodontics for Weatherford and Aledo Children
The advantage of seeing a general dentist who is also an orthodontist is that Dr. Romack will know when is the right time for you to consider braces for your child. For most kids, orthodontic treatment begins between the ages of eight and 14. Getting an early start is beneficial, because it allows us to treat any developing teeth and jaw problems more immediately and more quickly. For most children, Dr. Romack will recommend traditional orthodontics with brackets and wires.
Orthodontics for Weatherford and Aledo Adults
For adults who choose to have braces, Dr. Romack may recommend Invisalign® clear braces. As the name implies, Invisalign straightens teeth almost invisibly with clear plastic aligners. These aligners fit snugly over teeth in order to shift them into a new position. For many adults, Invisalign is preferable to traditional braces.
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For orthodontics Weatherford and Aledo trust, call Cosmetic & Family Dentistry in Weatherford, TX, today. We also conveniently serve patients in Brock, Millsap, Springtown, Mineral Wells, and beyond.