InBrace is a system of behind your teeth braces that features a smartwire that offers a comfortable experience with fast results, less office visits and a treatment that understands you’ve got bigger things to do. The smartwire is custom-fitted to your teeth and sits hidden behind your teeth so no one knows you're under treatment. InBrace allows you to continue living your life without interruptions, you can eat, drink, brush, floss as normal and smile all the time. And the best part? Treatment is an average of 12 months, that’s half the time compared to other popular orthodontic treatments.


"Bad bites," or malocclusions (teeth that are crowded or crooked), can be fixed with braces . These teeth and jaw alignment issues may be inherited or caused by, early or late tooth loss, or habits such as thumbsucking. Braces are the most common orthodontic appliance used to correct these malocclusions.

Metal Braces

When we think about orthodontic treatment, the majority of us have metal braces in mind since they are the most common form of braces and the ones that come to mind first. They have undergone significant development over the years, and as a result, they are today much more comfortable, lighter, and smaller than in the past. In addition, you have the option of customizing your unique brackets and with colored bands.

Clear Braces

Many people worry about wearing braces because they dislike the idea of having a flashy silver smile. If you are among those who don’t like the look of traditional metal braces, clear braces could be the right solution for you. These appliances use clear or tooth-colored brackets to make the presence of brackets less noticeable. Many people call Invisalign clear braces. However, this is incorrect; Invisalign isn’t braces at all, but rather aligners. Clear braces genuinely are braces. They have brackets and wires and work just like any other type of braces will.

Clear Aligners

If you want the a discreet treatment possible, clear aligners are a choice you should consider. In addition to being less visible than braces, they are also removable. This means eating, brushing, and flossing are easy. And since you change them yourself, you come into the office less often.


Spark Aligners are the latest advancements in clear aligners, trusted by orthodontists worldwide. The Science Behind Spark Aligners are made with TruGEN™, the latest innovation in clear aligner material. Spark Aligners are more clear, more comfortable, stain less and are designed for more efficient and effective tooth movement. Whether in trials or clinical practice, Spark™ Clear Aligner System has created impressive finishes treating a variety of moderate Class I and II malocclusions.


If you want a healthier smile without wearing braces, now is the time to try Invisalign. We are a certified Invisalign provider, which means we offer the most expert-level of treatment you can get with clear aligner technology. Invisalign provides faster treatment because depending on your needs, you might be able to change aligners every week, cutting treatment time down significantly when compared to traditional metal braces. Invisalign clear aligners are effective using their tested SmartTrack material SmartForce features combined with a custom fit.

Invisalign Teen®

Teens are incredibly image-conscious, more so than ever before. As such, it is no surprise that they want treatment solutions that allow them to look great while in care as well as after. This is why we offer Invisalign Teen.The aligners are shaped to place strategic pressure on the teeth, steadily moving them into their ideal locations. The teen version of Invisalign features a blue indicator dot on the back of the aligners, which helps parents monitor if they are being worn often enough or not.

Orthognathic Surgery

When problems are too severe and jaw growth is not in our favor we may recommend surgical orthodontics.. Also known as orthognathic surgery, it corrects bad bites or malocclusions and jaw abnormalities.

Whenever possible, we solve problematic cases without resorting to surgery. However, sometimes it just isn’t possible. We use orthognathic surgery to address any orthodontic abnormalities that appliances cannot fully correct.

TMD/TMJ Treatment

Temporomandibular disorders affect the jaw, face nerves, and joints. Jaw twisting, opening or shutting the mouth, or side-motion jaw motions may cause TMJ discomfort. Over time, muscles and ligaments supporting the TMJ might become injured or strained, misaligning the lower jaw.

Non-invasive therapies for TMJ condition include a night guard, a splint, and braces to adjust the bite. A night guard relieves strain on the temporomandibular joint by allowing it to glide back into place. Orthodontic braces may alleviate TMJ dysfunction caused by biting abnormalities. If you experience jaw pain, teeth grinding, or jaw clenching, orthodontic braces may help realign your teeth and relieve TMJ pain and discomfort.


Our team is dedicated to giving patients and their families a caring, professional environment with the most up-to-date tools and techniques. These high-tech touches help improve the treatment process in many ways, such as by making it more precise, efficient, comfortable, and so on. You can always count on us because we have a lot of experience and the best training available. Read on or get in touch with us to find out more about the tools we use.

Trios 3D Light Scanning

At our practice, we want your experience with orthodontic care to be as comfortable as possible. That is why we offer TRIOS digital impressions. This intraoral scanner is compatible with all treatments we utilize, meaning you can say goodbye to gloopy traditional impressions. We can stop and restart the process as often as needed. The end result is high quality images that lead to a more accurate treatment. This technology allows us to cut down appointment times and treatment length, monitor progress, and use it to create your retainer.

In-office 3D Printing

A 3D printer may use your digital dental scan data to create a dental model that is an exact replica of your natural teeth. Our practice no longer has to take alginate impressions to produce retainers. Don't Panic If You Misplace Your Retainer! A replacement retainer may be fabricated according to your provided model. It's not a big deal if your retainer is mangled or lost. It's easy enough to make another one. When it comes to orthodontics, the potential of 3D scanning and printing is almost limitless.