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Edmonton, AB

Orthodontics Could Take Your Smile to the Next Level

While many people feel self-conscious about crooked or irregularly spaced teeth, alignment issues aren’t necessarily just cosmetic. Problems like these can lead to bite issues, decay, and possibly even painful conditions like TMJ.

Orthodontic services help detect, manage, and potentially even prevent spacing and alignment issues; setting you up for a future of potentially stronger oral health. Request your orthodontic consultation today.

All services are performed by a general dentist.

What Is Orthodontics?

Orthodontics is a series of treatments designed to gently shift teeth into the correct position through the application of pressure over a long period of time. These treatments take place over relatively long time periods, spanning from a few months to a few years.

Typically, orthodontic treatments require regular adjustments to ensure the right amount of pressure is being applied to the correct places. The pressure is applied using different appliances.

Conditions Requiring Orthodontic Treatment

  • Underbite: When the mouth closes, the top teeth sit behind the bottom teeth, rather than slightly in front.
  • Deep bite: When the mouth closes, the top teeth sit too far down, covering too much of the bottom teeth.
  • Overjet: The front teeth sit at an angle, protruding forward rather than sitting straight up and down.
  • Open bite: When the mouth closes, the top and bottom teeth at the back of the jaws touch, while there is still an open space between the top and the bottom teeth at the front of the mouth.
  • Gapped teeth: There is more space than there should be between the teeth.
  • Crossbite: When the mouth closes, the top teeth do not align properly with their corresponding bottom teeth.
  • Crowded teeth: Teeth are overlapping each other or there is not enough space in the jaw, forcing teeth to erupt in incorrect places of the mouth.

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South Edmonton 10831 51 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB, T6H 5T1

Contact Number

Phone: 780-434-9566
Email: [email protected]

Hours of Operation

Monday:7:00am - 8:00pm
Tuesday:7:00am - 8:00pm
Wednesday:8:00am - 8:00pm
Thursday:7:00am - 8:00pm
Friday:8:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday:8:00am - 2:30pm