Specialists in Orthodontics treats each patient with exceptional service in a family-friendly and fun atmosphere. We are here for you!

We strive to provide a place where you will feel comfortable and confident that you will receive the attention and care you deserve. We will listen to you, we will address each of your needs and concerns, and we will provide you with everything you need to achieve the beautiful smile you want. In short, we promise to take excellent care of you.


We accept most insurance. Call our office to verify we accept your plan. The cost of your orthodontic treatment may vary depending on your individual needs and treatment plan. Our team will discuss the cost of your treatment and available payment plan options, so you are able to make the best choice when it comes to your family’s smiles. We will work with you to create a payment plan that fits your budget, and explain what to expect before beginning treatment.


In an effort to keep orthodontic fees down while maintaining the highest level of professional care, we have established a financial policy as follows:

  • A 5% discount for direct payment in full at the start of treatment.
  • Flexible financing with affordable payment options.
  • For your convenience, we accept most major credit cards, debit cards, and flex spending accounts.
  • Not all offices accept state insurance



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  • What's the ideal age for braces and other orthodontic treatments?

    There is no ideal age for orthodontic treatment. Healthy teeth can be moved at any age.

    Ideally, an orthodontist should examine a child's teeth and jaw by age 7. Most patients don't need orthodontic treatment that young, but some may benefit from early intervention.

  • How long do I have to wear braces?

    Some treatments last only a few months and others last for several years. It depends on your individual case and the problem your treatment is correcting.

  • How often will I have to visit the orthodontist during treatment?

    Typically you'll visit your orthodontist every 6 to 10 weeks. Your orthodontist will monitor your progress, make changes as needed, and check the health of your teeth and gums.

  • What if I don't want traditional braces. What are my options?

    Treatment options include tooth-colored braces, lingual braces or braces that sit behind the teeth, or clear aligner trays. Additionally, today's metal braces are smaller, flatter, sleeker, and much more comfortable than in the past. Your orthodontist will recommend the treatment that's best for you.

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