AOA Certified Staff
At Depew Orthodontics, our team of highly trained dental and orthodontic professionals is devoted to providing exceptional care while ensuring your comfort. We take immense pride in our work and continuously strive to stay at the forefront of orthodontic advancements through ongoing training. As the sole practice in our area to receive the esteemed Academy of Orthodontic Assisting Gold Certification, you can have complete peace of mind knowing that our clinicians possess the highest level of training available. Furthermore, with an impressive average tenure of 10 years at Depew Orthodontics, our team’s extensive experience is truly outstanding.
Clear aligners are a great option if the idea of metal or ceramic braces on your teeth would hold you back from achieving the smile you’ve always wanted. There are no metal brackets to attach and no wires to tighten. A series of removable, clear trays are worn to move teeth gradually and gently to their ideal positions. Eat whatever you want! Since you take the aligners out for meals, there are no food restrictions to worry about.
With our in-house laboratory, we can fabricate clear aligners tailored to fit your custom needs and get you started with your orthodontic journey right away!
Adult orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that focuses on the correction of misaligned teeth and jaws in adult patients. While traditionally, orthodontic treatment was seen as something only for children and teenagers, advances in technology and orthodontic techniques have made it easier and more discreet for adults to undergo treatment.
Adult orthodontics can help address a range of issues, including crooked teeth, overbites, underbites, and gaps between teeth. In addition to improving the appearance of the smile, orthodontic treatment can also improve oral health and function by making it easier to clean the teeth and reducing the risk of issues such as gum disease and tooth decay.
Surgical orthodontics, also called corrective jaw surgery, is the treatment of choice to correct severe malocclusions correlated to improper position of the upper and lower jaws. With our state-of-the-art technology, we are able to safely perform surgical orthodontics to help patients achieve a more functional, balanced bite that will make their smiles last a lifetime.
Our orthodontists will determine if you need corrective jaw surgery, but symptoms include chronic jaw pains, open bite, protruded lower jaw, difficulty swallowing, and an unbalanced facial appearance from the front or side. To see if surgery is for you, schedule your complimentary consultation with one of our orthodontists by calling our office.