Invisalign®, Braces & Orthodontics in Stone Oak

Do You Offer Complimentary Orthodontic Consultations?

Yes, we do for our existing patients. Please call today to arrange your complimentary consultation.

Invisalign® and Clear Braces

Orthodontics in [GEOID] | Invisalign, Clear, Metal, & Lingual Braces

How Do Invisalign® Aligners Work?

The clear, custom-made trays slowly move teeth to match the tray; therefore, you will need new aligner trays twice a month to keep your teeth moving in the right direction. You’ll wear the aligners day and night, although you can remove the aligner to eat and to brush your teeth.

What Is the Price for Invisalign?

Your Invisalign price will rely on the severity of your teeth’s misalignment. During your complimentary consultation, our dentist will explain what you can expect to pay for Invisalign treatment.

Invisalign vs. Clear Braces

Both Invisalign and clear braces are popular options with individuals who want to straighten their teeth unobtrusively. Braces are more effective for complex orthodontic issues, which our dentist will explain if you need extensive correction.

Do Clear Braces Work as Well as Metal Braces?

The end result, straight teeth, is the same. Clear braces can take more time to correct issues. However, their discreet presence may be worth the extra treatment time.

What Does it Cost to Get Clear Braces?

Your cost for clear braces is based on the degree of overcrowding or the severity of another orthodontic issue. During your initial consultation, one of our dentists will gauge the condition of your teeth and give you an estimate of the total cost.

What Is One Advantage That Clear Braces Have Over Metal Braces?

Clear braces are made from translucent or tooth-colored ceramic, so they are more discreet than metal braces.

Metal, Ceramic and Self-Ligating Braces

What Do Metal Braces Do to Straighten Teeth?

Metal braces apply a continuous, gentle pressure on teeth to shift them into position. The bracket and wire system metal braces use is highly efficient, even for patients with severe orthodontic issues.

What Is the Cost for Metal Braces in Stone Oak?

Your fee for metal braces in Stone Oak will depend on the severity of the problem that you want to correct. We cannot give you an estimate of your cost for metal braces without our dentist evaluating your teeth first.

Are Metal Braces Better than Invisalign?

Choosing braces or Invisalign is an important decision that you will have to live with for a year or more. Schedule a consultation and our dentist will help you make the best choice for you.

How Are Self-Ligating Brackets Better?

Self-ligating brackets are more comfortable to wear and you’ll spend less time in the chair on trips to the dentist for an adjustment.

How Much Are Self-Ligating Brackets?

They do cost more, however, you may decide that the convenience is worth the extra cost. During your complimentary consultation, our dentist will explain the self-ligating brackets cost and the benefits.

Orthodontics, Phase 1

How Do I Find Orthodontic Care in Stone Oak?

All you have to do is pick up your phone and call our office. We will schedule a consultation for you where you can discover how we can give you a nicer smile.

What Does Orthodontic Care Cost?

We base our fees on the level of care that you will need. Your age affects your cost as well, as treatment generally takes longer to complete.

Who Should I See for Braces in Stone Oak? A Dentist or an Orthodontist?

Call our Stone Oak office and schedule your braces consultation. We will evaluate your needs and see that you get the appropriate care.

Are Phase 1 Orthodontics Necessary?

While not mandatory, a quick check for any orthodontic issues could save your child from needing extensive work in the future. Many children have a normal bite and no dental issues, but a few children need treatment to ensure their permanent teeth come in straight and their bite is perfect.

What Does the First Phase of Orthodontic Treatment Cost?

You cost for Phase 1 orthodontics depends on the work your child needs and whether you have dental insurance coverage.

What Does Phase 2 Consist of?

Phase 2 orthodontics is treatment for your child’s permanent teeth. It can include braces or other orthodontic devices.

Our Dental Services

  • General Dentistry

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Dental Implants

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Dentures & Crowns

  • Oral Surgery

  • Root Canal Therapy

  • Emergency Dentistry

  • Braces & Orthodontics

  • Invisalign®