Why See an Orthodontist
Orthodontists receive an additional two to three years of specialized education beyond dental school to learn the proper way to align teeth and guide facial growth and development. Only those who successfully complete this formal education may call themselves “orthodontists,” and only orthodontists can be members of the American Association of Orthodontists.
When you see this logo you know you are in the hands of bonafide orthodontic specialist who is trained specifically to straighten your teeth.
Here are some signs that you should give us a call for a complimentary evaluation today! Let Dr. Hiller provide a custom treatment plan for your new smile.
- Early or late loss of a child’s baby teeth
- Difficulty when chewing or biting food
- Mouth breathing or difficulty speaking
- Habits like sucking on thumb or fingers
- Your teeth are misplaced or protruding
- Crowded, blocked-out or misaligned teeth
- Jaws are shifting, protruding or recessed
- Your jaws make noise when they move
- Biting the cheek or the roof of the mouth
- Teeth that meet abnormally or not at all
- Your facial features are out of proportion
- The grinding or clenching of your teeth
- Inability to comfortably close your lips
- You feel a great smile will improve your self-esteem and self-confidence