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PLAN FLEX CLEAR

Plan Retainer Life time

Plan Retainer Life time

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Orthodontic Monthly payments

Retainer set $400

Pay for progress records  and or cleanings to improve your treatment. 

Plan Retainer Life time

Plan Retainer Life time

Plan Retainer Life time

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Get your set of clear retainer, come at least 3 months for retainer visit check up within 6 months, or pay $210 to  "join" and the replacement retainer is only $69.  

You can keep your new smile for life.

New patients, existing patients and transfer patient can apply. 



L.A. Sure Smile

Plan Retainer Life time

L.A. Sure Smile

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Plan $150 

Like Invisalign treatment you come to our office and recive a set of trays to use at home until your teeth are straigth. Sometimes need 1 ,2 or 3 years. Pay only $150 per month.

Your Orthodontic Treatment is here

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About Us

Why orthodontic treatment?

What is orthodontics?

Our mission is to provide you with personalized, high-quality care. We are a team dedicated to improving your smile and maintaining your oral health.


Our goal is to improve and maintain your oral health so you can smile with confidence. 


That's because crooked and crowded teeth make cleaning the mouth difficult, which can lead to tooth decay, periodontal disease and possibly tooth loss.


We offer broad array of services. Our team has the professional experience to realize that. 


Good oral hygiene is especially important when braces are present. Brushing regularly, as directed by the dentist, flossing daily and scheduling dental visits can help keep teeth healthy.

Patients with braces should maintain a balanced diet and limit between-meal snacks. Your dentist may recommend avoiding certain foods that could interfere with braces or accidentally bend the wires. These foods may include nuts, popcorn, hard candy, ice and sticky foods like chewing gum, caramel or other chewy candy.


This is followed by a period of wearing a "retainer" that holds teeth in their new positions. Although a little discomfort is expected during treatment, today's braces are more comfortable than ever before. Newer materials apply a constant, gentle force to move teeth and usually require fewer adjustments.


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What is orthodontics?

Why orthodontic treatment?

What is orthodontics?

  Orthodontics is described by the American Association of Orthodontics as the branch of dentistry that specializes in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental and facial irregularities.   

 

While most orthodontic problems such as crowding and spacing are hereditary certain irregularities can cultivate over time. Some reasons for the progression of such idiosyncrasies are inadequate dental care, thumb-sucking and irregular swallowing.  


   

Many of our patients are referred by their family dentist, yet many other patients take initiative to schedule an examination themselves. 


Patients who need orthodontic treatment generally have one to three years of active treatment, plus retention treatment phase. 


  

Orthodontic treatment is a partnership if the doctor and patient. The orthodontist provides custom-made fixed of removable appliances that use gentle pressure to move teeth into their proper positions. For the patient, orthodontic treatment always requires following the orthodontist's instructions, keeping scheduled orthodontic appointments and maintaining excellent oral appointments and maintaining excellent oral hygeine to achieve the best results. You will also need to see your general dentist as recommended to continue your general dental care.

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Why orthodontic treatment?

Why orthodontic treatment?

Why orthodontic treatment?

 Aside from the aesthetic benefits of properly aligned teeth, maintenance of straight teeth is much easier than that of crooked or crowded teeth. Poor upkeep can than lead to such problems as tooth decay, gum disease, and tooth loss. Also, as people mature so too can their facial and dental irregularities. Left untreated, these problems can eventually necessitate costly surgery.  Also the visual appeal of beautifully straight teeth can be just as rewarding and can provide a beneficial boost of self-confidence.  


Although most children do not begin active orthodontic treatment until around age 7-14 yrs., it is important to meet with an orthodontist no later than age 7. Coming in a few years before treatment can help orthodontists spot forming irregularities, thereby increasing the chances that such problems can be fixed sooner rather than later.    



 It is never too late to start treatment. While orthodontia is normally associated with younger children, mostly due to the fact that treatment is easier on newly forming teeth, orthodontic treatment can be successful at any age. Also, with new technology making braces more comfortable, on the eyes and the mouth, more and more adults are becoming enlightened to the fact that they too can have the beautiful smile they have always wanted.    i