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Life with Braces

Congratulations on beginning your orthodontic journey! We are excited to be taking this step with you. We are here to make sure this is an amazing experience for you and your family. Here is what you can expect to feel immediately after getting braces and throughout your treatment. You are on your way to achieving … Continue reading “Life with Braces”

Retainers After Orthodontic Treatment

You’ve worked hard for your beautiful smile, so let’s keep it that way! After your braces are removed, the next step is to keep the teeth in their new position, which is done with retainers. Dr. Weber will recommend how often and for how long you will wear your appliances. It’s important to follow his recommendation, to … Continue reading “Retainers After Orthodontic Treatment”

Damon Smile Self-ligating Braces

Dr. Weber is Proud Provider of Damon Smile Self-ligating Braces The Damon Smile System of self-ligating braces is not just about revolutionary braces and wires, it’s a whole new way of treating our patients. Traditional metal braces are often less comfortable, and may require removal of healthy teeth and/or the use of palatal expanders to … Continue reading “Damon Smile Self-ligating Braces”

What is the difference between clear aligners and clear braces?

If you search the web for “clear braces,” you’ll probably get mixed results, and some conflicting information on what clear braces actually are. Let’s delve into this, to clear up any confusion and help determine which treatment may be best for you. When someone talks about clear braces, they will be referring to one of … Continue reading “What is the difference between clear aligners and clear braces?”

PROPEL to Decrease Orthodontic Treatment Time

Dr. Weber offers an innovative option for enhancing your orthodontic treatment, called PROPEL Orthodontics. PROPEL is “a patented, FDA-registered medical device specifically designed to create micro-osteoperforations.” Basically what this means is that very tiny punctures are created in your jaw with this device. These tiny punctures cause a localized inflammatory response, increasing blood flow and … Continue reading “PROPEL to Decrease Orthodontic Treatment Time”