Comprehensive or Phase II Orthodontic Treatment
Phase two treatment is normal, comprehensive orthodontic treatment of the patient with all their permanent teeth. Dr. Parsons will develop a customized, comprehensive treatment plan to address the patient’s bite alignment, aesthetic concerns, and treatment preferences. At Parsons Orthodontics our patients are offered multiple treatment options from traditional braces to ceramic-clear braces, self-ligating braces, lingual braces or Invisalign.
Comprehensive Treatment for Teens
The majority of orthodontic patients are teenagers whose bite issues and aesthetic concerns can be successfully addressed during orthodontic treatment. Give your teen the gift of a beautiful smile! Orthodontic treatment has multiple health benefits including better oral hygiene, avoiding premature tooth wear, improved dental function, speech, smile esthetics, and self-esteem!
Comprehensive Treatment for Adults
More and more adults today are seeking orthodontic treatment to improve their smile. Tooth alignment can be changed at any age if your gums and bone structure are healthy. At Parsons Orthodontics we offer a full range of aesthetic treatment options specifically designed for adults. Remember, it’s never too late to improve your smile! Start your journey to a beautiful, healthy smile today by scheduling a complementary consultation at Parsons Orthodontics.
Adult orthodontic treatment:
- Can help prevent or improve periodontal problems
- Can help prevent or reduce further bone loss around teeth
- Prevents further tooth wear
- Improves ability of the dentist to restore missing teeth
- Improves aesthetics for a better smile and facial appearance
- Improves function of teeth
- Improves self-confidence and self-esteem
- Improves oral health
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"I'm so happy I went to Dr. Parsons office! They were so helpful and patient with all my questions. They make you feel really comfortable, and it was an easy process to do Invisalign. Highly recommend going here if you are looking for an orthodontist."
— Gina G.