Orthodontic Treatment Cameron Park CA
Orthodontic Treatment is for Adults and Children
Classification of Teeth Overview
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Orthodontics should be done by a specialist. The results of bite correction orthodontic treatment can be dramatic beautiful smiles, improved dental health and an enhanced quality of life for many people of all ages. Dr. Nisson does a thorough diagnosis which involves mounting each and every patient’s dental casts on a special instrument known as an articulator. Information from the articulator is transferred to the x-rays. This results in a more accurate diagnosis and plan of treatment.
Typically, full braces in the early teens or later lasts 16-22 months, depending on age and the severity of the orthodontic problem. We are committed to delivering the best possible service in order for you to achieve your orthodontic objectives.
Dr. Nisson offers Invisalign. Invisalign can be an excellent way to straighten teeth. Dr. Nisson will carefully evaluate your situation and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of Invisalign.
Orthodontic Treatment Timing
Dr. Nisson provides orthodontic treatment for adults, adolescents and children.We follow the guidelines established by the American Association of Orthodontists by recommending that an orthodontic evaluation take place at age 7 for all children. This early evaluation can help to determine the best time to begin any necessary treatment. While many problems are best left until the twelve-year molars have fully erupted, there are many situations which are definitely benefited by beginning treatment when patients have a mix of permanent teeth and adult teeth (ages 7-11).