Traditional Braces in Dallas
Adjusting Misaligned Teeth
At some time or another, you many have considered visiting an orthodontist, but were unsure if braces were right for you. Deciding if you need orthodontics is a decision with many factors involved. Our experienced dentist, Dr. Brock Lynn, at Lynn Dental Care will take the time to help you find a treatment plan that best fits your individual needs.
Whether that means traditional braces or one of our other services like porcelain veneers or full-mouth reconstruction, our reliable team is here to provide the service you need. When it comes to traditional braces, this is an option that can help correct both functional bite problems and aesthetic concerns like gapped or crooked teeth.
Benefits of traditional orthodontics:
- Fixing crooked teeth
- Mending underbite or overbite
- Fixing spaces between teeth
- Fixing crowded teeth
- Fixing crossbite
- Healing TMD disorder
An additional benefit of receiving orthodontic care from Lynn Dental Care is that we practice with an Airway Centric® orthodontic philosophy. Studies have shown that patients' airways are one of the most important factors in determining oral health and welfare. By implementing this philosophy, we keep the airways as a top priority and use an ion that prevents future sleep apnea. Overall, this means that we avoid extractions and instead opt for palatal expansions when necessary. The purpose of an expansion is to create more space in the mouth by gently widening the upper jaw, without compromising the airway.
Meet with our dental team to discover which option is best for you and your smile. Call us today at (972) 954-4434 or reach us online through the contact box below to schedule a consultation in Dallas!
When you hear the word “braces,” you likely picture a metal wire with little metal brackets on each tooth. These traditional braces are commonly called metal braces. In the past, metal braces were seen as “clunky” or “uncomfortable,” but the metal braces today are much smaller and more comfortable than before.
The metal braces offered at Lynn Dental Care are made up of a thin, metal archwire and flat, metal brackets that are bonded to the teeth to hold them in place. The archwire helps adjust your teeth into proper position, using the brackets as anchoring points. During the braces treatment, your tooth root and crown will be adjusted into proper position for both ideal functional and aesthetic results.
At Lynn Dental Care, we are dedicated to helping you feel confident in your smile. That is why we pride ourselves on holistic dental care services, including orthodontics with traditional braces. If you are unhappy with your smile because of crooked teeth or improper bites, Dr. Lynn is here to help. He has been helping patients like you achieve the bright, white smile they’ve always wanted for almost 35 years.
Although there are many options for orthodontic treatment, one of the most common is traditional braces. For those patients interested in a more discreet orthodontic solution, we also offer Invisalign® clear aligners. Invisalign uses clear-plastic, removable aligners that straighten teeth while looking practically invisible in the mouth.
Call us at (972) 954-4434 or contact us online if you think that traditional braces might be right for you or a family member.
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Reviews From Those Who Matter the Most
“Dr. Brock Lynn is very personable and that includes his team. He was very patient with me during my little tears session and got me taken care of in a very quick period of time.”- Roxanna J.
“My hygienist was completely covered in PPE and I felt safe. Healthy teeth are important to overall health and I’m glad I had a good experience during such an uncertain time.”- Jill T.
“I am impressed with the way they keep up with technology and advanced techniques that other dentists have either not learned about or not yet incorporated.”- Claire B.