A Healthy, Beautiful Smile Looks Great
At Any Age
Just because you’re not a kid anymore doesn’t mean you can’t have a beautiful, healthy-looking smile. According to the American Association of Orthodontists, adults make up about 20% of today’s orthodontic patients. Straightening and correcting misaligned teeth not only makes you look better and feel more confident, it also can make it easier to care for your teeth and gums and help reduce uneven wear and lessen jaw pain.
Reasons Adults Should Consider Orthodontic Treatment
As long as your teeth are healthy, they can be moved at any age. So you can enjoy the benefit of having a straighter, more beautiful smile:
- Straighter teeth are easier to floss and brush which helps prevent tooth decay and gum disease
- A confident smile makes your feel better about yourself and projects your positive self-image to others.
New Products Make Orthodontics Easier For Adults, Teens And Kids.
South Carolina Orthodontics Group offers a lot more treatment options today for straightening your smile. New materials and appliances are more comfortable, less noticeable and often require less treatment time. Braces today can be clear or ceramic. And with clear aligners like Invisalign®, it’s almost impossible for others to see that you are receiving orthodontic treatment. You’ll be able to continue doing everything you do now, except you may need to avoid eating certain kinds of foods depending on the type of treatment you are receiving.
Your New Smile Starts With A Free Consultation
To learn more about what adult orthodontics can do for you, just call us today to schedule a complimentary orthodontics appointment with our orthodontists. After you receive an initial exam and x-rays, our professionals will discuss with you the treatment options that are best for your situation and needs. They’ll outline a treatment plan and explain the timing and cost of your treatment. They can even provide you with a variety of payment options.
So don’t wait any longer to get that smile you’ve been wanting, why should kids have all the fun?