Transform Your Grin With Orthodontics in Edgewood

You want to look your best. It’s why you try to find nice clothes and why you trust a professional when you want to change your hairstyle. It’s also why you would prefer to have straight teeth. With orthodontics in Edgewood, you can:

  • Feel comfortable showing your teeth when you smile
  • Have a healthier mouth
  • Enjoy the confidence that comes with nice teeth

We offer more orthodontic options than you might expect at Edgewood Dental Care. Find the one that works for you. Call 859-474-7830 today and take the first step on your journey to a better smile! We’re open for early morning, evening, and Saturday appointments.

Find a Treatment That Suits Your Smile

Most people want straight teeth because it makes their smiles nicer and more attractive. However, you can also make your mouth healthier by getting orthodontic care. Straight, evenly spaced teeth are easier to clean. So brushing, flossing, and regular dental cleanings will be more effective at removing plaque, tartar, and food particles. Whatever your reasoning is for pursuing orthodontics, we have several options for you:

  • Traditional Braces – Brackets and wires are a tried-and-true technology for moving teeth where they should be. Our teen patients like to personalize their braces with different colored bands.
  • Full-Banded Braces – These braces have a band (stainless steel or clear) that goes around your teeth and attaches to metal brackets. These can help fix the most severe alignment issues.
  • Invisalign® – For our most discreet treatment, these clear aligners replace brackets and wires and seem to disappear when worn over your teeth.

You shouldn’t miss out on time with your friends because you don’t like your teeth. Your smile shouldn’t stop you from applying for a job or accepting an invitation for a date either. Don’t let your age stop you from making the changes you want to make. Today’s orthodontic care is just as effective for adults as it is for teenagers. It’s just a matter of finding the best option for you.

Experience a Great First Orthodontic Appointment

Before we get started, we will discuss all your orthodontic options and then plan your treatment. Our cutting-edge technology makes this faster and more accurate:

  • Digital X-rays
  • Images using our cone beam CT scan
  • Digital impressions using our iTero digital scanner

We will also perform a detailed cleaning and exam to check for any problems that can prevent or delay orthodontic treatment. You will also feel right at home in our office with our comforting amenities, such as pillows, blankets, and TVs. We even have heated massage chairs!

You may have been considering doing something about your teeth for months or years. It’s time to take charge of your smile situation! Schedule your appointment for orthodontics in Edgewood online or by calling us at 859-474-7830.

Common Questions About Orthodontics

How effective are orthodontics?

Our orthodontic options are very effective for correcting a wide variety of orthodontic issues. We offer several options to straighten your teeth, including traditional metal braces, full-banded braces, and Invisalign. We will work with you to determine which method is the most effective for your teeth, budget, lifestyle, and smile goals.

How much does orthodontics cost?

Each patient is different, with a unique set of wants and needs. It is not possible to give you an estimate on your orthodontic treatment until we’ve first performed an exam and worked up treatment options for you. Then we can make sure you have all the information you need, including cost, to decide on the orthodontic care that’s right for you.

How do I clean my teeth with braces on?

If you have traditional metal braces, brush and flossing can be a bit of a challenge. You’ll want to prepare your mouth for brushing your teeth by removing the bands on your teeth. Next you will want to clean your braces, as well as your teeth with a brush. We recommend an electric toothbrush like the Oral-B Triumph Toothbrush for a thorough cleaning. You’ll also want to floss, ideally with floss specifically designed for braces or a floss threader.

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