Life is BETTER when you’re SMILING! ― Karen McNair Gibbs


Doesn’t life feel grand when you’re happy and show it by smiling? It’s hard to resist an appealing smile. It makes you want to smile back, which in turn makes you feel better inside and out. Everything seems better when you relax and smile at others. If you are concerned that your smile is not as nice as it could be, talk to an orthodontist about an exam and evaluation. Chances are that braces could help to realign your teeth to help you get a dazzling smile that will make you feel great and inspire others.

Different Types of Treatment

An orthodontist can explain what type of treatment is needed to correct your dental alignment and any related problems. Traditional metal braces are still the gold standard for many orthodontic specialists. However, another form of treatment is called Invisalign, which is a clear form of metal wiring that is hard to see, so others won’t easily notice it. Many teens and professional people prefer the clearer braces so they won’t stand out or feel awkward. This option already gives you a reason to smile!

Many people are afraid to smile because their teeth look jagged or out of place. Starting treatment enhances their self-confidence, so they begin to enjoy life more than before. They feel more attractive. Some even buy new clothes or try a new hairstyle.

When treatment is over, the striking improvement in a patient’s smile is immediately apparent. The teeth are even and in their proper places without an overbite or under-bite. There are no noticeable gaps. Some patients may be able to speak more clearly or have an easier time eating. The way they look and feel makes them want to smile every day!

For more information about an exam or special options like Invisalign, schedule an appointment with Nalchajian Orthodontics. Before long you will have plenty to smile about!

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