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“You’re never too old to be your best! Regardless of age,

orthodontic treatment is always a change for the better.”

 Orthodontic Treatment for Adults

At one time, many people believed braces were “just for kids.” The fact is, that of the thousands of Canadians currently in orthodontic treatment, more than one of every four is over 21 (source: Canadian Association of Orthodontists). Adults can especially appreciate the benefits of a confident, beautiful smile. In addition, evidence is mounting on the importance of straight teeth in maintaining overall health. Benefits of straight teeth include easier and better oral hygiene, and reduced predisposition to gum and bone loss, dental caries and abnormal wear of enamel. Alignment of teeth can be performed successfully at any age, provided the bone structure and gum tissues are healthy.


 Treatment Options for Adults

Is the thought of metal braces enough to make you “break out in hives”? Do you have negative memories from a childhood orthodontic experience? Consider this: Today’s sophisticated orthodontic treatment options offer reduced discomfort, decreased frequency of visits to the orthodontist, and shorter overall treatment times thanks to advances in metallurgy and efficient appliance design. Here at Beach Braces we are excited to offer a variety of esthetic alternatives to metal braces, such as Invisalign, clear braces and Harmony (hidden braces on the inside of the teeth).

We recognize that adults and children have different needs and require a different level of attention and care. We will work with you to ensure that you receive the most appropriate treatment, and that your needs are met with understanding and respect from us.

To learn more about the benefits of adult orthodontics please contact our office to schedule an appointment. We understand that you have a busy schedule, and we will work with you to make sure each office visit is as convenient as possible.

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