Orthodontic Services


We specialize in orthodontics. Braces are used to assist in aligning and straightening teeth in order to not only improve appearance, but to also improve a person’s bite. Having braces isn’t just about improving your smile, but it’s also about improving your overall dental health. Orthodontics may be used to correct malocclusions, overbites, underbites, cross bites, deep bites, crooked teeth and other imperfections of the teeth and jaws. Braces may be used in conjunction with other orthodontic appliances to help with making corrections to a person’s bite.

Dental technology has improved over the years to include new options to help correct the above issues, and there are a number of techniques and products available that were not available just a few short years ago. The patient experience has improved and today’s options are less conspicuous than the full braces that were common in the past.

Traditional metal braces are still the most popular type of braces as they produce high quality results. Here at Embrace Orthodontics we use the technologically advanced and revolutionary type of metal braces, Damon Braces. Clear Ceramic braces are popular with adults and teenagers who want the results of braces without the look of metal. Your visit will begin with a consultation with the doctor to go over the best alternatives for your orthodontic care. The doctor will address any questions you may have regarding your treatment and will provide a plan for orthodontic therapy.


Clear Brackets

Virtually invisible, Damon has clear advantages over traditional braces and aligners. Damon is part of the innovative Damon System, which combines tieless braces with high technology archwires that are clinically proven to move teeth fast and comfortably with truly spectacular smile and facial results.

Available from skilled orthodontists, Damon combines the best of traditional clear braces and invisible aligners to deliver a discrete treatment experience with results that go beyond straight teeth.



Invisalign® takes a modern approach to straightening teeth, using a custom-made series of aligners created for you and only you. These aligner trays are made of smooth, comfortable and virtually invisible plastic that you wear over your teeth. Wearing the aligners will gradually and gently shift your teeth into place, based on the exact movements your orthodontist plans out for you. There are no metal brackets to attach and no wires to tighten. You just pop in a new set of aligners approximately every two weeks, until your treatment is complete. You’ll achieve a great smile with little interference in your daily life. The best part about the whole process is that most people won’t even know you’re straightening your teeth.

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Clear Esthetic Braces



Virtually invisible, there are several advantages clear brackets have over traditional braces and aligners. Clear braces combine tieless braces with high technology archwires that are clinically proven to move teeth fast and comfortably with truly spectacular smile and facial results. Available from skilled orthodontists, clear braces combine the best of traditional clear braces and invisible aligners to deliver a discrete treatment experience with results that go beyond straight teeth.


Lingual Braces

Lingual braces are a great solution for professionals or for anyone who prefers not to have the braces visible. Lingual braces are placed behind your teeth so that you get the same effective tooth alignment to create a beautiful smile, without everyone realizing you have braces.

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AcceleDent uses SoftPulse Technology ™ to help your current orthodontic treatment work faster. It does this by generating small vibrations called micropulses to gently accelerate the movement of your teeth as they are guided by your orthodontics. The micro pulses can also help to make your orthodontic experience more comfortable.

  • Proven – Demonstrated safe and effective in US clinical trials
  • Safe – Cleared by the US Food and Drug Administration and available only prescription from your orthodontist
  • Simple – Requires on 20 minutes a day of hands-free use at home, so you can text, read, watch TV or listen to music

Additional Services


Once treatment is complete, a retainer is worn for a period of time. The retainer helps maintain the new smile and also allows for small adjustments, if needed, once the braces have been removed. Learn More.

Orthodontic-Retainer

Both removable and fixed PEDs can be used to address crowding and other issues by expanding the upper jaw to make more room to accommodate tooth and/or jaw alignment.
Surgical Orthodontics involves orthognathic surgery and is done to correct misalignments or other abnormalities in the upper jaw and lower jaws. For this type of orthodontics, we work closely with an oral surgeon to create a treatment plan. This surgery and orthodontic treatment solution can help improve speech, breathing, chewing and appearance.
Orthognathic surgery can involve surgical procedures such as an osteotomy (bone cutting), bone grafts, or distraction osteogenesis (stretching of the bone) and orthodontic (braces) care. Orthognathic correction is conducted in stages, and the course of treatment can last a few months up to one year or more.

In order to perform the procedure successfully, the jawbones will be repositioned in accordance with one’s specific needs. Inconspicuous incisions are usually made inside, and if needed, outside the mouth to allow for surgical plates, screws, wires and rubber bands to be used to hold your jaws in their new positions.

Sleep apnea can interfere with the ability to get a good night’s rest and is often treated by mouthpieces, breathing devices and in serious cases, surgery. Sleep apnea is a disorder which causes one or more pauses in breathing or shallow breaths while you sleep. Paused or shallow breathing caused by sleep apnea causes shifts from deep sleep into light sleep, reducing the overall quality of sleep and causing ongoing sleep disruption.

Our doctors have been specially trained to use orthodontics to treat sleep apnea. Realigning the bite and teeth can alleviate the narrowing or obstructing the airway, reducing symptoms and providing better sleep and better overall health.

Please contact our office to schedule a consultation to discuss how orthodontics may improve your sleep.

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is similar to a sliding hinge that connects your jawbone to your skull. TMJ disorders can cause pain in the jaw joint and in the muscles that control jaw movement.

To treat TMJ disorders, first the cause has to be identified. In less severe cases, TMJ disorders can be treated with self-managed care (eating soft foods, using ice packs, avoiding extreme jaw movement) or nonsurgical treatments (anti-inflammatory medications, Botox injections, stabilization splints).

TMJ conditions fall into three main categories:

  • Myofascial pain which involves discomfort or pain in the muscles that control jaw function.
  • Internal derangement of the joint that can mean a displaced disc, dislocated jaw, or injury to the condyle.
  • Arthritis, which is degenerative inflammatory disorder.

Our doctors have been specially trained to use orthodontics to treat TMJ-TMD. Realigning the bite and teeth can alleviate the discomfort in the jaw joint and muscles, reducing symptoms and eliminating the need for more costly and invasive treatments.

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