Family Orthodontics in Spartanburg, SC
If You Are Looking for Family Orthodontics in Spartanburg, SC, Call Spartanburg Dental Associates.
A straighter set of teeth will improve your confidence and your oral health at the same time.
You will no longer have to bear the brackets and ugly wires being plastered across your teeth when you need orthodontics for several years. Invisible braces are the newest, most discreet way to straighten your teeth and correct overbites. At Spartanburg Dental Associates in Spartanburg, SC, we want you to be proud to show off your smile.
Common benefits of Orthodontic treatments:
- Easier cleaning
- Better oral hygiene
- Clearer speech
- More pleasant smile
There are many different forms of Orthodontics, at Spartanburg Dental Associates in Spartanburg, SC our dentists utilize the following Orthodontics.
Clear Aligner Invisible Braces
Our clear aligner invisible braces treatment consists of a series of custom-made aligning trays. Your Spartanburg, SC dentist changes the trays every several weeks to fit the new tooth configuration. In addition to the reduced visual impact, clear aligner invisible braces trays can be temporarily removed for important occasions – meaning that treatment duration is patient-controlled. Many people report complete satisfaction with both the clear aligner treatment and the stunning results of invisible braces.
Mouth guards help to protect your teeth from impact injuries and to cushion impacts to reduce mouth, teeth and jaw trauma. They can also help to protect you from concussion injuries. Children and adults both benefit from wearing Sports Guards. And it’s not just football or hockey players that wear them. Any physical activity where there is a risk to a hard contact should include a sports guard.
For patients who experience bruxism, or teeth grinding, our team at Spartanburg Dental Associates in Spartanburg, SC encourages you to be fitted for a night guard. Night guards, or bite guards, help to protect your teeth from crushing and grinding of teeth by providing a protective layer between your teeth.