Orthodontics Braces

Orthodontics Braces - The Dental Place

“Invisible” and braces are two orthodontic treatments offered by The Dental Place to improve your appearance, self-confidence, dental health and general wellbeing.

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Braces to Straighten Teeth

Orthodontics & Truline

Do you find that you try to hide your teeth when you smile?
Are there gaps in your smile that you would like to correct?
Are you looking for an option to straighten crooked teeth?
When teeth are misaligned and crooked it can significantly impact the appearance of your smile, the way you bite, and increase the likelihood of teeth to chipping or fracturing. And, crooked teeth can harvest bacteria that can increase the risk of gum disease and tooth decay.

While there are many options to rectify crooked teeth, orthodontic treatment is one key option that can successfully resolve these issues.

Truline and braces are two orthodontic treatments offered by The Dental Place to improve your appearance, self-confidence, dental health and general wellbeing.

Truline

Straighten your teeth with “invisible” braces

Truline offers an alternative to straightening your teeth without having to wear visible wires and brackets. You can smile confidently when wearing these clear, removable aligners made specifically for you.

A series of different aligners are worn over a specified period of time and adjusted during the course of your treatment when necessary.

Conventional Orthodontics (Braces)

Fixed appliance therapy involves the direct placement of bands, wires and brackets over your teeth. At intervals (usually every 4-8 weeks), the wires are replaced and the brackets adjusted.

This method of tooth straightening is often required for complex cases and the correction of difficult bites (e.g. heavily crowded dental arches, overbites, crossbites etc)

Tooth Straightening

  • Improve the appearance of your smile
  • Smile with confidence
  • Keep your natural teeth healthy and for life
  • Improve the way your bite functions