Achieve a brilliant smile with braces available on the Central Coast.
Braces are a very effective orthodontic treatment dentists use to straighten your teeth and to correct a wide range of dental problems including overlapping teeth and overbites, underbites, open bites and crossbites.
Braces are commonly used for both children and adults alike seeking a straighter smile and the general dental health benefits that come with straight teeth. If you want braces on the Central Coast, come and see our experienced dentists to discuss your many treatment options. We’ll find a solution that fits your needs and budget.
What are the benefits of braces?
Braces are a popular orthodontic treatment that is commonly used to straighten your teeth and improve the cosmetic appearance of your smile. However, there are also other important ways braces can improve your dental health throughout your life.
Straighter teeth are easier to clean and prevent food and bacterial buildup. This in turn reduces the risk of tooth decay and gum disease, and will set you up for a lifetime of good dental health.
When are braces used?
Braces are used to correct a range of orthodontic issues. This can include gaps between your teeth caused by abnormal jawbone growth, along with the correction of overbites, underbites, open bites and crossbites.
Braces are also used to treat overlapping teeth that have become crowded in your mouth due to insufficient space in your jaw.
What does getting braces involve?
Getting braces is a straightforward process.
Dentists at our Advance Family Dental practice at Lake Haven on the Central Coast will examine your teeth and jaw and may order x-rays, photos and teeth impressions to create a detailed treatment plan. We are very transparent about the costs and time commitment associated with our orthodontic treatments, and our dentists will discuss these with you in detail before beginning your treatment.
Get in touch with the team from Advance Family Dental. We can provide educated advice and treatments to help straighten or correct your smile.