Orthodontics in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

If you require affordable orthodontics in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, book an appointment at Smile For Life as soon as possible. Orthodontics is the perfect solution to improve the appearance of your smile. Get in touch with us today to discuss your options.

Orthodontist in Philadelphia, PA

Smile For Life

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If you have crooked teeth, crowded teeth, or misaligned jaws, then you should consider our orthodontic services to improve the alignment and look of your smile. Depending on your needs, we will recommend treatment with either Invisalign or ClearCorrect. We also offer retainers to maintain your results. Speak with our experienced team today to learn more about how orthodontics could benefit you.

How Do Orthodontics Work?

At Smile For Life, we offer the latest, brand new technology to our customers to ensure excellent results. To improve the straightness and quality of your smile, we may offer either Invisalign or ClearCorrect treatment plans. Our dentist will assess your situation and help you to decide which option will work best for you.

Invisalign and ClearCorrect are both clear teeth aligners that are virtually invisible solutions to straighten your teeth. Our dentist will use innovative software to map out the path to your perfect smile. A series of clear aligners will then be made for you in a USA-based dental laboratory that will slowly move your teeth into an ideal position. You can expect treatment to take between one and two years, with minimal disruption to your life.

At your consultation, our dentist will evaluate your suitability for Invisalign and ClearCorrect and give you an expert recommendation on which option to choose. We can also advise on alternative treatment options is we believe that neither will meet your specific needs.

After you have finished your orthodontic treatment, you will need to protect the shape of your new smile with a well-fitted retainer. Our dentist will fit you with a retainer which you will wear to maintain your beautiful smile.

Who Is a Candidate for Orthodontics?

Orthodontic treatment is typically only started after all of the patients' adult teeth have begun to erupt. You will be considered a candidate for orthodontics if you have teeth that are poorly aligned, crowded, crooked or if you need your bite to be corrected.

Adults of any age can begin orthodontic treatment, so if you have always dreamed of having perfectly straight teeth but have put off seeking help because you think you are past the age for it get in touch with us at Smile For Life. We can help you to achieve that beautiful straight smile.

What Is the Difference Between Braces and Invisalign or ClearCorrect?

Conventional braces use small metal brackets that are bonded to each tooth and joined with wires to gradually shift your teeth into a better position. This is achieved by your dentist tightening the wires over time, constantly applying pressure to the teeth to move them. With braces, you have to be very careful with your dental hygiene and avoiding damage to your braces from certain foods.

Clear aligners are a much more comfortable and more discreet option to correct your teeth. The aligner is transparent and, best of all, removable. It is advised that you wear your aligners for at least 22 hours a day, but this means that you may remove it to eat and clean your teeth. Treatment with clear aligners is also typically a lot faster than braces.

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