No! You are never too old to realign your crooked teeth. Patients at any age can benefit from strengthening their crooked teeth. Dr. Georgia Haddad offers a range of orthodontic treatment options suitable for children, teens, and adults.
Adult patients may have lived their whole lives with crooked teeth. Others experience orthodontic relapse or late-onset shifting of the teeth. No matter how long your teeth have been crooked, Dr. Haddad can help you choose treatment options that will realign your teeth, correct your bite, and leave you with a beautiful, healthy, and confident smile.
Options For Adult Braces
Treating crooked teeth will vary patient to patient. Dr. Haddad provides personalized treatment plans tailored to the unique oral health and orthodontic needs of each patient.
- Cosmetic Treatments- For some patients, a cosmetic procedure such as a dental veneer can address a crooked tooth. If the crooked tooth does not impact the health or function of the bite, Dr. Haddad may recommend a cosmetic solution.
- Invisalign®- Many adult patients choose Invisalign to realign their crooked teeth. Invisalign is a clear aligner system custom designed to discreetly and gradually shift teeth into alignment. The clear plastic aligners fit snugly against the teeth and are barely visible to others. Adult patients can continue their daily professional and personal interactions without disturbance.
- Metal Braces- Metal braces are highly effective orthodontic option for the patient with advanced orthodontic needs. Patients with crooked teeth that impact the health and function of their bite may benefit most from metal braces.
- Orthodontic Appliances – For patients with orthodontic relapse or who are experience shifting of their teeth, an orthodontic retainer or appliance may be able to correct their misalignment.
Schedule An Orthoontic Consultation
Dr. Haddad provides dental services for all stages of oral development. Our dental care team is highly trained and experienced in providing comprehensive dental care for children, teens, and adults. Call our Oxnard, CA dentist office or click here to request an appointment online.