Orthodontic Braces

Esthetic Options


We understand not everyone is as excited about letting others know that they have braces as some younger children might be. Therefore, we provide several treatment modalities that are less visible, almost invisible, and completely invisible. Click below to read more about the advantages and disadvantages of each options.



Constructed from stainless steel, sometimes in combination with nickel titanium, and are the most widely used.

Constructed from stainless steel coated with gold and are often employed for patients allergic to nickel (a component of stainless steel), but may also be chosen because personal preference.

Serve as a cosmetic alternative to traditional metal braces by blending in more with the natural color of the teeth. Typically, these brackets are made of ceramic, fiberglass, or composite materials and function in a similar manner to traditional metal brackets.

Clear removable alingner that progressively move teeth into final position. Aligners are generally not used for complex orthodontic cases, such as when extractions, jaw surgery, or palate expansion are necessary. 


Constructed from stainless steel like traditonal metal braces, but are placed on the palatal and tongue side of the teeth.