Pesh Orthodontic Services

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Braces are made up of brackets that attach to teeth and wires threaded through slots in the bracket. They’re one of the most common types of orthodontics appliances, but they’ve become more comfortable than ever before with recent advances in technology. You can choose between metal or ceramic braces based on your preference; Dr Pesh offers a range for you depending what’s best for both your budget and lifestyle needs.
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Early Treatment

Orthodontist treatment often begins when a patient is around 7 years old. It’s the process of normalizing growth and correcting any imbalances in the face or jaws, which may affect chewing ability later on as an adult. This can be done through surgery to remove teeth that are overlapping or crowding other ones out if they have not yet grown into their proper positions naturally.

The orthodontic process usually starts with children at about seven-years-old because it helps prevent overcrowded dental problems down the line for adults who might need extractions earlier than necessary due to improper alignment now.
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Invisalign Adult

What if you could get a perfect smile without the clunky metal brackets that everyone is used to seeing? With Invisalign, it’s possible! The aligner trays are made of smooth plastic and they’re virtually invisible. You wear them over your teeth so there will be no interference with your daily life whatsoever.
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Invisalign Teen

Smile confidently with Invisalign Teen! With this option, you can straighten your teeth without metal wires and brackets. Aligners are made of smooth clear plastic that is virtually invisible to those around you. You may not even notice yourself wearing them from day-to-day so no need to worry about what people think when they see it on your mouth!
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Removable retainers are thin, flexible material that fit the shape of teeth. Patients may be advised to wear it full-time for six months after treatment ends in order to promote good dental health and prevent other issues from developing.