An orthodontist is a specialist in straightening teeth and aligning jaws. They have advanced training in orthodontics and spend 100% of their time helping patients achieve healthier smiles and better self-esteem by identifying, preventing and treating bad bites (malocclusions).
“Technology has really been a game-changer for us in the industry and our patients are benefiting from that”. - Dr. Amy B. Jackson
“Los avances tecnológicos han sido el parteaguas para nosotros en la industria de la ortodoncia y los pacientes son los que han sido realmente beneficiados por esto.” - Dra. Amy B. Jackson ... See MoreSee Less
It depends. If you need your teeth and jaw aligned, you should see an orthodontist. Orthodontists and dentists undertake the same training initially, but orthodontists complete further training after they graduate dental school. This additional education includes a two- or three-year residency and more than 4,800 hours of orthodontic training. Your dentist and orthodontist will work together to provide you with the healthiest possible mouth, but they are not interchangeable. Learn more: www.texasortho.org... See MoreSee Less
We want to make sure you keep on smiling! While playing sports, riding, or doing any high impact activity, make sure to protect your teeth and face. Wear the right combination of helmet, faceguard, or mouthguard. Learn more about the right type of protection: bit.ly/39B275m... See MoreSee Less