A Straight Smile

Girl with braces In order to straighten their patients’ teeth, orthodontists develop appliances such as braces, in order to correct present alignment issues, or to prevent problems down the road.

Dentists recommend that children see an orthodontist before their 7th birthday to check for issues that may need treatment. By treating possible alignment issues early, your child is less likely to run into more issues as their adult teeth replace their baby set.

Orthodontic Services

Straighter Teeth, Stronger Smile

When you contact us for a straighter bite, we can help you find the right treatment for you! While a variety of orthodontics options exist, the two most common are:

Braces: These are most often used for children, most patients begin treatment between the ages of 9 and 14. Though in most cases, braces stay on for less than a year, length of treatment time does vary.

Invisalign: Invisalign aligners are nearly invisible, making this treatment popular among adults who wish to straighten their smiles. As with braces, the treatment typically lasts less than a year, but can vary depending on your particular case. The appliance needs to be worn for 20-22 hours a day, so it is not recommended for children. Learn more.

Contact Us Today for an Orthodontic Consultation!

Colorado Family Orthodontics Our kid-friendly office offers flexible scheduling options with top-rated dental professionals including an oral surgeon and general dentists. If you are looking for a trusted orthodontist, we can help! Our partners, Colorado Family Orthodontists, have been serving the Denver and Rocky Mountain area for over 25 years. Choose from a network of practices conveniently located throughout Denver for orthodontic procedures like, Invisalign, braces and sleep apnea treatment.

If you would like to schedule an appointment with a Castle Rock dental professional or speak to us about orthodontic services, give us a call at (720) 457-1111. You may also schedule an appointment online using our appointment request form.