Traditional Braces

Chances are you’re a parent looking for an orthodontist to provide dental braces, also known as traditional braces, for your child. Team Orthodontics is here to answer your questions and help you to make the right decision for you and your family.

At Team Orthodontics we provide our patients with the newest technologies and best of care. Dr. Danyluk, or Dr. D as he is affectionately known by his patients is a certified specialist in orthodontics. He uses his unparalleled experience in general dentistry and orthodontics to give each patient a great looking smile.

Traditional Braces

Here are some commonly asked questions that we’d like to help clarify for you. We hope you choose us as we offer great service with cutting edge technologies at a very affordable price. Regardless of where you go for braces, let us answer these questions for you:

At what age should I consider braces for my child?

The American Association of Orthodontics (AAO) recommends that children receive their first orthodontic screening by the age of seven years; this helps your orthodontist plan future treatments as baby teeth give way to permanent ones.

Most children are typically fitted for braces between eight and fourteen years of age.

What is the cost?

The cost for an orthodontic treatment with traditional dental braces will vary depending on the severity of the correction needed. The cost for traditional braces typically runs from $3,000 to $8,000 for a typical patient.

How long will my child have to wear braces?

Depending on the severity of the correction needed it may be anywhere from 6 months to 3 years. Dr. Danyluk and Team Orthodontics utilize exclusive cutting edge technology that is clinically proven to shorten the time braces are necessary by up to 50%.

How often will I have to come in for an appointment?

Once the braces are in, appointments are usually once every 4 to 6 weeks.

Are dental braces painful?

Technology for braces has come a long way in recent years with great strides being made in regards to braces causing discomfort. Modern brackets are smaller, less noticeable and much more comfortable than the metal braces of the past.

Are there braces alternatives that I can get?

Yes … today there are many different kinds of braces that you can choose from. Most people go with traditional metal braces as they are less expensive but there are options for braces alternatives including ceramic braces, lingual braces, and Invisalign.

Conclusion

Orthodontic treatment can do many positive things for your child including improvement of their overall dental health, improved speech, better digestion and perhaps most importantly improved self esteem. At Team Orthodontics we have numerous options, products and techniques that shorten and enhance our patient’s experience with orthodontic dentistry.

Schedule your free consultation today and join our family at Team Orthodontics.