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Why Choose an Orthodontist?

Orthodontists are specialists in moving teeth and aligning jaws. They completed an Orthodontic Residency for 2-3 years after earning their degree in Dentistry. Because of orthodontists’ advanced education and extensive clinical experience, they have the knowledge and skills necessary to develop and execute individualized treatment plans to meet each patient’s goals.

Early Treatment

Give your child an early start to life-lasting smiles. Here at Smile Orthodontics, we recommend that children around 8 or 9 years old have their first orthodontic assessment, as this is the best time to identify anomalous jaw growth and bite problems. Schedule a complimentary consultation for your child now as early intervention can help make room for permanent teeth to come in properly, decreasing the likelihood of complex orthodontic treatments and extractions in the future.

Orthodontic for Teens

The teenage years are the ideal period to start orthodontic treatments due to growth and development changes that favor the treatment. Compared to treatment as an adult, orthodontic treatment during the teenage years is often faster, less invasive, and can avoid the need for jaw surgery because teens are still in the adolescent growth spurt.

We encourage all families to bring their children for a complimentary orthodontic consultation. This way, we can develop the best treatment plan for your teens and inform you of the optimal time for your child to begin treatment.

Adult Treatment

An investment in your smile is an investment in your future health, confidence, and overall well-being. And it's never too late!

There's no age limit in starting an orthodontic treatment to improve facial harmony and self-esteem by having an amazing straight smile! We offer a wide range of orthodontic treatments to suit your lifestyle, from clear braces to the almost invisible clear aligners.


Here at Smile Orthodontics, we offer metal and clear braces to suit patients' lifestyles and preferences. Braces are fixed orthodontic treatment that requires the placement of brackets on each tooth.

Metal Braces

With orthodontic advancements, metal braces are now smaller, more comfortable, and more efficient than how traditional metal braces were years ago. This is still the go-to orthodontic treatment for patients who prefer a non-removable way of straightening teeth.

Clear Braces

Clear or Ceramic Braces are ideal for patients who want to straighten their teeth discreetly but are unsuitable for clear aligners or want something fixed. Ceramic brackets are made of tooth-colored materials to blend in with your natural teeth, making them less noticeable.


Looking for a discreet way to straighten your teeth? Invisalign is the world's most innovative way of straightening teeth without anyone noticing you're wearing something on your teeth. Plus, they're more comfortable than traditional metal braces.

Invisalign® uses a series of removable, clear aligners to move your teeth gradually to their ideal position, eliminating the need for traditional metal brackets. No food and drink restrictions! And it's much easier to do your oral hygiene routine care at home simply by removing your aligners!


Don't let your time & effort go to waste by failing to wear a retainer! Retainers will help you "retain" your stunning, straight smile after having orthodontic treatment. Without a retainer, your teeth will relapse toward their original position before the bone has time to strengthen in the necessary areas to keep them in place. Dr. Sunitha Nanjappa will carefully instruct you on when and how to wear your retainers.


We focus on providing patients with a comfortable orthodontic experience using the latest scientifically-proven techniques, materials, and technology.

iTero Scanner

Something our patients don't miss is a mouth full of rubber alginate! Here at Smile Orthodontics, we use the iTero intraoral scanner, a digital scanning device, to take accurate three-dimensional images of your mouth and teeth. After the scan is complete, a 3D image of your teeth can be seen on a screen where we can see the root of the problem and how to treat it.

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