For Your Smile, Choose an Orthodontic Specialist

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Why visit an Orthodontist?

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).

Make the Right Choice and Choose an Orthodontist!

All orthodontists are dentists first. Out of 100 dental school graduates, only six go on to become orthodontists.

Orthodontist

Specialist in straightening teeth
Specialist in aligning jaws
Has education beyond dental school

Dentist

Cleans teeth
Fixes cavities
Checks general oral health

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Only through your orthodontist, you can address the individual concerns and get to talk to someone 101 about your oral health. ... See MoreSee Less

Disciplined: the special power of an orthodontist
When it comes to selecting an orthodontist, you want to put your trust in a reliable and responsible professional. A TAO orthodontist will be committed and follow through to make sure you achieve your desired results.
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Disciplined: the special power of an orthodontist 
When it comes to selecting an orthodontist, you want to put your trust in a reliable and responsible professional. A TAO orthodontist will be committed and follow through to make sure you achieve your desired results.

Lingual braces can help with a variety of dental issues, so there’s a strong chance you would be a candidate for hidden braces. A lingual orthodontic treatment means that braces are fitted behind the teeth (by the tongue and palate) which makes it discreet for patients who don't want braces to show. Visit a TAO orthodontist to find out if lingual braces are right for you: www.texasortho.org/listings/ ... See MoreSee Less

Lingual braces can help with a variety of dental issues, so there’s a strong chance you would be a candidate for hidden braces. A lingual orthodontic treatment means that braces are fitted behind the teeth (by the tongue and palate) which makes it discreet for patients who dont want braces to show. Visit a TAO orthodontist to find out if lingual braces are right for you: https://www.texasortho.org/listings/
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