Patient Resources

Smile With Confidence

When Should You See an Orthodontist?

Knowing where and when to start your child’s first orthodontic appointments can be a tricky question to answer. Harris Orthodontics is here to guide you along from start to finish. We want to be your partner who specializes in making your child’s smile a healthy piece of their well-being.

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Board Certification

If you’re looking for an Orthodontist, you deserve the best of the best. You’ll want to look for Orthodontists who are board-certified. Among the top 1/3 in their arena, board-certified orthodontists must undergo rigorous training to ensure they are knowledgeable and effective in their practice. Don’t you want your family to have the best orthodontic care available? We think so too. That’s why our practice is led by our board-certified orthodontist, Dr. Harris.

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Your First Visit

At Harris Orthodontics, we look forward to ensuring you have a great visit on your free initial consultation. We’re committed to ensuring you feel at home and that you’re receiving the care you deserve. Your smile is an important part of who you are and we’re here to give you exactly what you need. For info on our practice in general visit our What Sets Us Apart Page. Continue reading for more info on your first visit.

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Emergency Care

Do you ever get a toothache? If you do, then you should know that there are several things you can do to prevent further damage to your teeth.

Toothaches happen because of bacteria that build up under the gum line. This causes inflammation and swelling, which makes it painful to eat or drink anything. Other times it can be a dental ulcer/oral pain or a problem with headgear or braces. Last of all, you could have a true dental emergency that requires immediate treatment.

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Common Orthodontic Problems

Your teeth don’t just line up; they fit together like pieces of an intricate puzzle. Occlusion refers to their alignment and meeting together. Typically, the upper teeth rest above the lower teeth when your jaw is closed and the top surfaces of the molars line up. Injuries and diseases may cause changes in tooth positions, which is why you may need to see an orthodontist immediately if you think something is amiss. If you have impacted wisdom teeth, it might be hard for you to get any kind of dental care done until they come out. Let’s go over some of the most common dental problems, called malocclusion.

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Financial Information

At Harris Orthodontics, we believe no one should have to postpone orthodontic treatments because of financial reasons. That is why we have a wide range of financing options so you can get started right away. Our team members are here to help and answer any questions you may have about our payment options.

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