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  • Do You Qualify for Invisalign?

    14 Apr 2017 | 0 Comments

    Invisalign is one of the most popular alternative treatments to traditional braces, and it's little wonder – with the advantages in aesthetics, convenience, and comfort that Invisalign offers, it's a great option for many patients. But what qualifies someone for Invisalign, and how can you know if it's the right treatment for you? Every patient and every case is different, but here are a few things to keep in mind if you're wondering if you qualify for Invisalign treatment.

  • Types of Orthodontic Treatment

    24 Jan 2017 | 0 Comments

    In the early days of orthodontics, there was only one way to straighten teeth: large, clunky metal strips affixed to the teeth. These were early braces, and while their thinner, lighter equivalent is still the most popular option for orthodontic treatment, braces are far from the only way to get a great new smile. At Scott Orthodontics, we're proud to offer a variety of types of braces, each with its own unique set of advantages.

  • What's The Difference Between an Orthodontist and a Dentist?

    29 Nov 2016 | 0 Comments

    Orthodontics and dentistry are two intimately related fields, both helping patients achieve and maintain a beautiful, healthy smile throughout their lives. But orthodontists and dentists are two different kinds of specialists, each with a distinct function in helping keep your smile healthy. So what exactly is the difference between orthodontists and dentists?

  • Braces vs Invisalign

    31 Aug 2016 | 0 Comments

    Here at Scott Orthodontics, we prioritize the health and protection of our patients’ teeth above all else. By combining state-of-the-art orthodontic technology with a highly skilled staff, we are able to provide you with the most advanced and effective treatment.

  • Causes and Treatment of Crooked Teeth

    27 May 2016 | 0 Comments

    Crooked Teeth Can Be Caused By Different Factors, But Are Generally Treated By Applying Constant Force In The Correct Direction. Learn More About Crooked Teeth!