Last week, we talked about the four most common reasons to get braces. However, this is only a small part of orthodontic treatment. There’s so much more to orthodontic care, such as preparation and expectations when visiting an orthodontist.
At Knapp Orthodontics, we take pride in making sure our patients understand the treatment process. Whether you think you may need braces or are searching for an orthodontist in your area, after reading Part 2 of our orthodontic guide, you’ll be ready to find your next Grand Rapids orthodontist in no time:
If you’ve realized you may need braces because of problems with your teeth or jaw, your dentist may have referred you to an orthodontist. But what does that mean?
An orthodontist is a specialized dentist that works in diagnosing and treating dental and facial irregularities. If you have orthodontic-related tooth/jaw pain or have aesthetic issues, you’ll likely go through these orthodontic preparation steps:
It’s important to note orthodontic treatment will be unique to you. Through a personalized treatment plan, you orthodontist will make sure treatment is conducive for your care through three main components:
If you’re in the Grand Rapids area and are looking to book a consultation with a well-known orthodontist, request a free booking with Knapp Orthodontics. We’re known for our personalized care for kids, teenagers and adults, so you don’t have to be worried about your teeth aesthetics or age when coming to visit.