Everyone wants a bright, dazzling smile highlighted by perfectly straight teeth. To achieve that goal, some young people are following the advice of YouTube videos that feature people promoting DIY tooth-straightening tutorials. Although some of these people may have fixed gaps in their teeth using everything from hair elastics to paper clip wires to 3D printers – DIY dentistry is not the safest way to obtain straighter teeth.
What Are DIY Braces?
Since about 2012, mostly preteens and teenagers have been using YouTube videos to promote homemade, or DIY braces, to close gaps in their teeth. For instance, one particular video featuring a young woman who claims to have closed a gap in her teeth with hair bands got more 100,000 views. Yet dentists strongly caution kids to avoid following these tutorials, which can be downright dangerous.
What Can Happen If I Use Homemade Braces?
Dentists and orthodontists caution teens that using DIY methods to straighten their teeth can cause damage to their teeth and gums. One of the main problems is that everyday objects you find around the house are full of germs and are not designed to put in your mouth. Additionally, using wires or fishing line on your teeth can cut your skin and gums, causing infection. As tempting as it may be for you to try straighten your teeth with inexpensive materials with no medical appointments, the risk is too great. DIY braces cause the following problems:
- Permanent tooth damage
- Loss of teeth
- Pain due to tooth wear or bone damage
- Damage to the gums and jaw bone
- Infection due to foreign objects in the mouth
- New tooth gaps
- Need for costly dental repair
Why Should I See an Orthodontist for Braces?
Orthodontists undergo years of training to learn about tooth and jaw anatomy and have specialized expertise on the correct application of orthodontic devices for teeth straightening and other conditions. When you visit an orthodontist, you’ll receive the following care:
- An initial consultation to see if braces are necessary
- X-rays, photos, and models of teeth to determine an appropriate course of treatment
- Thorough discussion of braces treatment plan
- Application of braces
- Ongoing checkups to verify progression of treatment and to change or replace parts of the braces as needed
- Removal of braces and fitting of retainers if necessary
- Follow-up visits to ensure good outcomes
What Are My Options for Braces?
Under the care of an orthodontist, you’ll find out if your unique case requires traditional metal braces or can be corrected using Invisalign, also called plastic aligners. If you have a jaw misalignment or severe overbite or underbite, you’ll probably have the best outcome with traditional metal braces. If you have crowded or crooked teeth, Invisalign might be your best option.
Save the DIY trend for arts and crafts. Never entrust a YouTube video to give you accurate, safe medical advice for straightening your teeth. Remember, only a trained orthodontist can do that for you. If you’re ready to learn how to straighten your teeth the right way, make an appointment today with the highly trained team at Amazing Smiles Orthodontics. We have convenient offices located in Long Island, Brooklyn, and Forest Hills to serve you with professional, compassionate care.
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Broken braces can hurt your mouth and extend the time you’ll need to achieve your perfect smile. Learn what common problems you might face while wearing braces, and how you can handle these problems at home before your next orthodontist appointment.
What Are the Most Common Problems Affecting Braces?
You’ll probably face one of these common problems if you wear braces:
- Broken brackets
- Broken or protruding wires
- Loose bands
- Broken rubber bands
- Loose spacers
If you notice a problem with your braces, call your orthodontist immediately. Depending on what went wrong, you may need to see your orthodontist right away for repairs.
How Can I Take Care of My Broken Braces Until My Next Appointment?
Learn how you can temporarily fix certain problems with your braces, until your next appointment. Always remember, that even the smallest issues with your braces need to be seen by your orthodontist, so schedule an appointment as soon as possible.
Broken or Loose Brackets
Your orthodontist attached metal brackets to each tooth when you first got braces. The brackets are affixed to each tooth with a sticky material called resin. Over time, resin breaks down, causing a bracket to painfully rub against your mouth. If you notice a loose bracket, apply a coating of orthodontic wax over the sharp edges of the bracket.
Broken or Protruding Wires
Wires connect all of the brackets and are the driving force in straightening your teeth. Wires often break due to the pressure placed on them for teeth straightening and from eating. If a wire breaks or protrudes, use a clean pencil eraser to push it into a comfortable position where it can’t hurt your cheeks or gums. Don’t cut the wire since you may accidentally swallow it. If you already have irritation from a broken wire, make a salt-water rinse of a half teaspoon of table salt dissolved into eight ounces of water. Swish this solution around your mouth to soothe discomfort as needed. You can also apply an over-the-counter oral numbing agent like Anbesol. If you don’t get relief, make an appointment immediately.
Bands are pieces of metal that encircle most of your back teeth and some of the front. They add strength to your braces to help keep them secure. Like brackets, they’re attached with resin, which can break down over time. If you have a loose band, try not to touch it. If it falls off, don’t try to put it back in place or throw it away. Make an appointment immediately and bring the band to have it reattached to your tooth.
A spacer is a rubber ring that’s inserted between teeth to open up room. Usually, spacers are only supposed to stay in place for a few days before your orthodontist removes them. If your spacers become loose or fall off, that’s a sign that you’re ready to proceed with band placement. Call your orthodontist for an appointment.
Broken Rubber Bands
Rubber bands that are placed over brackets occasionally break. If you notice a broken rubber band, call your orthodontist and tell them exactly which rubber band broke. You can usually wait until your next scheduled appointment to replace rubber bands, but your orthodontist may want to replace it sooner.
If you need help with your broken braces, book an appointment online today with Amazing Smiles Orthodontics of Forest Hills, Brooklyn and Long Island. Our team is dedicated to giving you the best and brightest smile possible.
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Very few of us are blessed with a perfect smile. When permanent teeth start to come in, many of us will notice problems like overcrowded teeth, overbites, gaps, and other dental problems. The big question is if the problem is only cosmetic, or if there are bigger issues that need to be corrected. Luckily, orthodontists provide several safe, effective, and affordable types of braces for you to achieve a dazzling smile.
What Are Braces?
Dental braces are orthodontic devices designed to straighten and align a patient’s teeth to correct their bite and promote overall dental health. The most common types of braces include:
These use metal or plastic brackets that are bonded to the front of the teeth and are connected by wires.
These utilize the back of the teeth for bracket and wire placement to keep them hidden.
Also called Invisalign, these are a custom-made series of removable plastic retainers designed to straighten teeth for a short period of time before replacing with a new aligner.
With traditional and lingual braces, the wires that are attached to each bracket are tightened periodically to promote the straightening process.
How Do I Know if I Need Braces?
Your dentist evaluates your bite, jaw alignment, teeth spacing, and more during your annual dental checkup. If your dentist thinks you would benefit from braces, you’ll be referred to an orthodontist, who specializes in correcting dental misalignments, to start your treatment. You may consider getting braces if you have:
- Crooked teeth
- Overcrowded teeth
- Misaligned jaw
- Other jaw disorders
What Is the Right Age for Braces?
According to the American Association of Orthodontists, it is recommended that a child has their first consultation with an orthodontists at age 7. Although patients of any age can benefit from braces, starting treatment between the ages of 10 and 14 is ideal. During this age, your head and mouth are still growing and your teeth are more receptive to straightening. Parents should talk to their child about their fears or concerns about getting braces and discuss these with the orthodontist before making a decision.
Also, you do not necessarily need a referral from you dentist – patients can book an appointment with an orthodontist directly.
What Type of Braces Should I Get?
Your particular dental problems dictate the kind of braces you need. If you have a severe overbite or jaw misalignment, you’ll get the best treatment outcome with traditional braces. If you have mildly crooked teeth, you could be a good candidate for Invisalign.
How Long Will I Have to Wear My Braces?
The severity of your dental problem will ultimately determine how long you’ll need braces. Most patients can expect to wear their braces between 18 and 30 months. After your braces are removed or you’ve finished all of your plastic aligners, your orthodontist will suggest you wear a customized retainer for few months to keep your newly straightened teeth from reverting to their original position. You may need to wear the retainer at night for a couple of years or more for optimal results.
Hoxw Can I Take Care of My Teeth While Wearing Braces?
It’s important to continue practicing good oral hygiene while wearing braces or plastic aligners. Brush your teeth twice a day, and floss with the special tool your orthodontist provides you if you’re wearing traditional braces. You’ll need to avoid certain foods while wearing braces to avoid breaking the brackets or wires. If you wear aligners, brush them every day or soak them in a special solution designed to clean aligners and retainers.
Do you think you need braces or want to learn more about them? Make an appointment today with Amazing Smiles Orthodontics. Our experienced, caring team of orthodontists are committed to offering the best care available to give you a winning smile.
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Braces are often associated with teenagers, but they’re becoming very popular with adults as well. For adults who have a smile that they’ve always been dissatisfied with, braces represent a chance to correct years of frustration while improving your oral health.
Why Would An Adult Need Braces?
Adults need braces for similar reasons that adolescent patients do. Yet, if you didn’t have orthodontic treatment as a child, your issues may have gotten worse over the years, as you have aged, you are experiencing symptoms such as tooth decay and headaches. You may also find it difficult to keep your teeth and gums properly cleaned and may be at greater risk for developing gum disease.
A few common reasons adults get braces include:
- Crooked teeth
- Misaligned jaw
Are Braces for Adults Different Than Braces for Kids?
Braces for adults work in the same way they do for younger patients, but your treatment may last longer. Since your teeth are set and are no longer growing, they take more pressure – and often more time – to move. As an adult, you may wear braces for a period ranging from 18 months to three years.
Although the results may take longer, if you’ve lived with dental issues that you’ve always wanted to change, it’s worth exploring your options.
What Choices Do You Have for Adult Braces?
It’s important to choose an orthodontist that has options to fit your needs and preferences. Such as:
- Traditional Metal Braces: Stainless steel brackets are applied to the front of your teeth, and adjusted using a small wire that’s connected to each bracket
- Ceramic Braces: Also known as clear braces, function like traditional metal braces but are made from a material that matches the color of your teeth.
- Invisalign®: This set of aligners is almost invisible and can be removed when you eat and brush your teeth, which allows you to not have dietary restrictions that are associated with traditional braces.
- Lingual Braces – Similar to regular metal braces, but the brackets are attached to the back of each tooth rather than the front, making them less noticeable
- Self-ligating Braces – A small slide mechanism is used instead of bands of ties, that create the appearance of less metal.
How to Decide Which Adult Braces Option is Right for You?
Your orthodontist will explain your options to you, including information about whether any choices are likely to be more effective than others. In addition to this recommendation, price and appearance may also be considerations. As an adult, you may opt for a less noticeable type of braces, such as Invisalign or ceramic braces.
If you’re an adult who would like to learn whether braces are a good option for you and determine which types may be appropriate, make an appointment today for a consultation with Amazing Smiles Orthodontics. We’ve taken care of our patients’ smiles and oral health for more than 30 years and pride ourselves on being committed to providing high-quality, affordable care.
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Retainers are a popular orthodontic treatment that provides many benefits.
What Are Retainers?
A retainer is a custom-made orthodontic device that fits over the top of the teeth and mouth. It’s made of plastic or plastic and metal, and it’s very common for kids and adults to have to wear a retainer.
Why Would Someone Need One?
Retainers are often used for the following reasons:
- After you get your braces off – A retainer can help your teeth stay in their new positions. Especially for kids who are still growing, a retainer helps control teeth that could shift as you grow. Some people have to wear a retainer all day and then only at night, while others have to wear it only at night.
- To close a space between your teeth or to move only one tooth – Since retainers can do a good job in these cases, they can help you avoid having to wear braces.
- To help with a medical problem – Retainers can help correct conditions such as tongue thrust, which causes your tongue to come through your teeth when you talk. It can also help with temporomandibular disorder (TMD), a disorder that’s usually caused by teeth that don’t fit together as they should when your jaws are closed. Retainers can also help keep your mouth from closing completely at night so you don’t grind your teeth (bruxism).
What Are Signs That You May Need One?
You may need a retainer if you have braces and your teeth have slightly shifted. Your orthodontist may also recommend them to prevent the chance that shifting will occur.
You may also benefit from wearing a retainer if you have gaps in between your teeth, overlapping teeth or crooked teeth. And if you grind your teeth or have “bite” problems, meaning your teeth don’t fit together properly when your jaw is shut, you may also need a retainer.
What Are the Benefits of Wearing a Retainer?
Recommendations now suggested by the American Association of Orthodontists is to wear a retainer for the rest of your life once orthodontic treatment is completed and at night – after initial stabilization period of full time wear. The following are some benefits you’ll receive when wearing a retainer:
- More comfortable and less bulky than many other orthodontic treatments
- Maintains positive changes achieved by braces
- Effective for treating a wide variety of issues
- Easy to wear and clean
- Less noticeable than other treatments
- Custom-designed for your teeth and mouth
If you’d like to find out whether a retainer could improve your smile, make an appointment today with Amazing Smiles Orthodontics PC. We have convenient offices located in NYC boroughs and have provided high quality, affordable orthodontic care throughout the New York metro area for more than 30 years.
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Dentists and orthodontists are similar in various ways. Each has the necessary expertise to give you a dazzling smile. But while each can treat your pearly whites, dentists and orthodontists specialize in different areas of oral health. Choosing the right one depends on your unique circumstances.
What Do Dentists Focus On?
Dentists must earn a bachelor’s degree before they enter dental school. Dental school consists of a four-year doctoral degree program. The dental student graduates with a doctor of dental surgery (D.D.S.) or doctor of dental medicine (D.M.D.) distinction.
A dentist usually focuses on the following dental services:
- Cleanings (performed by dental hygienists who assist the dentist)
- Tooth extractions
- Filling cavities
- Making models for dentures or bridgework
- Root canals
- Tooth whitening
- Gum care
Essentially, a dentist is your first choice to perform routine, overall dental care. When you have dental issues outside the scope of general dentistry, your dentist will refer you to an orthodontist.
What Do Orthodontists Focus On?
Like dentists, orthodontists must earn a bachelor’s degree and either a D.D.S. or D.M.D. degree. However, orthodontist students continue their education for another three years in a residency program at a university affiliated with the American Dental Association. After a successful residency, the student will be eligible to seek board certification from the American Board of Orthodontics.
Unlike dentists that specialize in complete oral care, orthodontists specialize in correcting tooth and jaw alignment problems using non-surgical techniques. Some orthodontic procedures include:
- Diagnosing overbites and underbites
- Attaching braces or retainers to straighten crooked, crowded, or overly gapped teeth
- Overseeing the proper use of Invisalign
- Attaching wires and other corrective appliances for jaw misalignments
Orthodontists give their patients confidence by restoring a winning smile, but by correcting jaw or tooth alignments a patient can avoid tooth decay, get relief for strained jaw muscles from chewing, and avoid gum disease.
Should I See a Dentist or Orthodontist or Both?
It’s important for everyone to see a dentist yearly for an overall checkup and a hygienist twice a year for cleanings. If your teeth are gums are in good shape, a yearly dentist visit will keep you on the road to good oral health. During your exam, your dentist will check your x-rays for signs that your teeth are moving out of alignment and to look for cavities. The dentist will visually inspect your teeth and check for loose fillings. Any minor problems can be fixed during the exam or at a follow-up appointment. Cleanings are important because the hygienist removes harmful plaque buildup from your teeth and inspects your gums for signs of periodontal disease.
If your dentist notices problems with your tooth alignment of discovers that your jaw is misaligned, they will refer you to a trusted orthodontist to correct the problems. Some dental practices employ both dentists and orthodontists, but many maintain separate practices. The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that you first consult with an orthodontist at age 7. Also, you do not need a referral from you general dentist for an orthodontist.
Where Can I Find an Orthodontist in NYC?
At Amazing Smiles, we offer high quality, affordable orthodontic care to residents of Long Island, Forest Hills, Brooklyn, and the surrounding communities. Dentists throughout the greater NYC area have referred their patients to our practice for more than 30 years to correct dental problems requiring braces, retainers, Invisalign, and much more. Contact us today for an appointment.
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In the past, getting braces used to be a source of embarrassment and self-consciousness for kids and teens. Kids used to get bullied or they would get bad treatment at the dentist and the parents had to file dental negligence against the orthodontist. But nowadays, it’s anything but that, with help from Apopka dentists kids are not afraid of the dentist. Especially with the introduction of Invisalign Teen® clear aligners, more and more young people have not only gotten past their inhibitions about their smile— they are embracing their “work-in-progress” look. In fact, rockwest dental have been developed to encourage kids to have fun with their braces. Many people say that an affordable dentist near me does this, so if you´re having trouble with the application then visit your dentist to make sure. One in particular is 3M’s Paint Your Smile app. In addition, check out Nursing Degrees in North GA to learn more about equip nurses who will shape the profession of nursing and have a profound impact in transforming healthcare and saving lives.
Here’s how it works:
- Download the app on your phone. Just search “paintyoursmile.”
2. Once you open the app, you’ll be asked to choose one of these options:
- Take a picture
- Choose a photo from the camera roll
- Select your three favorite color combinations
- You’ll then get to see your braces adorned with your three favorite colors in the photo.
- You have the option to then share the photo on social media or just with friends and family.
You can also go to www.paintmysmile.com to do a trial run with other people’s photos.
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Fun! It’s just another way to add color to your life and “embrace” your braces in a whole new way.
Share your “Paint Your Smile” Photo with us!
Just paste it in the comment field below for the whole extended Amazing Smiles family to enjoy.
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Guess 5 correctly to receive $500 off Invisalign and Invisalign Teen®
Few things disarm others more than a winning smile. Here’s our roundup of some of today’s most famous smiles. Famous smiles are made by you and your dentist. So, thank them. For those who are searching, the search is over. Contact dentist Fort Wayne.
Since our goal is to increase the smile power across Brooklyn, Forest Hills, Rosedale and Cedarhurst, we will give you a $500 discount on your Invisalign and Invisalign Teen® treatment (America’s favorite teeth straightening method) with Dr. Susana Kulangara, dentist wesley chapel, if you make at least five correct guesses from the eight below. If you cracked a tooth, you shold find an emergency dentist quickly.
Simply email your answers (1 through 8) to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, September 2, 2016. If you guess five correctly we’ll notify you to schedule your FREE consultation.
Simply match these names: Will Smith, Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, Rhianna, Julia Roberts, Miley Cyrus, President Obama, Kate Middleton (Duchess of Cambridge)
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Are you ready to have an amazing smile? Send us an email with your answers above (numbered 1 through 8), and with five correct answers you will be awarded $500 off your Invisalign Treatment.
About Amazing Smiles: Established in 1980 , Amazing Smiles Orthodontics is a leading provider of Invisalign for adults, as well as Invisalign Teen™ for young adults. As a Top 1% provider nationwide, we’re your first choice in clear braces. With our state-of-the-art technology and friendly, efficient service, we make it easy for you to get the smile you’ve always wanted. Dr. Irving Eckstein and Dr. Azariy Yusupov have more than 40 years of combined orthodontics experience. With offices in Forest Hills, Rosedale, Cedarhurst and Brooklyn, we are conveniently located and ready to serve.
About Invisalign: Invisalign Teen is a smart choice for young people who want straighter teeth and a nicer smile— but who don’t want the clunky appearance and other restrictions that can come with metal braces. Invisalign® consists of clear, removable aligners that are tailor-made for teens. Each set of aligners is replaced with a new set every two weeks. Gradually teeth begin moving in place. Invisalign can effectively treat mild to severe issues, including overbites and underbites, teeth overcrowding and gaps between teeth. At Amazing Smiles Orthodontics, we can treat most people requesting Invisalign, teens and/or adults.
Invisalign is considerably less obtrusive and noticeable than metal braces. Also, the aligners are generally more comfortable and less irritating than metal wires and brackets. Since best corded beard trimmers are removable, you can also play sports without worrying. Also, there are no food restrictions with dentists Gold Coast since you can remove the aligners before eating; just be sure to immediately replace them when finished. The removable aligners also make it easy to brush and floss normally to maintain good oral hygiene. Here are some good reasons to floss.
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Every salesperson knows that whether you’re in person or on the phone with a client, you’ll have increased success if you’re smiling. Smiling makes you look better and helps you project more positive energy overall. It’s where that phrase comes from— “smile in your voice.” A smile transcends your appearance. It’s like fairy dust. It’s hard to not like someone who is genuinely smiling at you, or who seems to be smiling all of the time. It is more likely for someone to remember being told that you have to go through proteinpromo first to use your musclefood code, if who’s saying it has a smile on their face. Let the smiles take over your Life Smiles Dentistry.
I have read studies stating that in the long run smiling can affect your health, your social life and even your outlook. There was a famous study published by Psychologist Robert Zajonic in the late 1980s that concluded people feel better after they make the smiling facial expression, even if it’s contrived.
Plus it’s reciprocal— the more you smile, the more you feel good, the more good you attract, the more you have to smile about. It’s fair to say that the quality of your life can be measured in part by how much you smile.
As an orthodontist at Apopka dentist, I can tell you firsthand how lives are transformed by an improved smile. When I say “improved,” I mean that patients say they feel more confident about their appearance so they are prone to smile wider and smile more often— revealing teeth they are proud to show off.
But what if you don’t like the way you look when you smile? What if you’re not happy with your teeth so you’ve gotten in the habit of restraining your smile… not allowing full-on unencumbered happiness to take over your face?
How might this inhibition be affecting your life?
It’s hard to say exactly, but I would venture to guess that holding back from smiling would significantly affect your life. Google ‘relation between smiling and happiness’ and read the results. You may also find that Ron Gutman makes a compelling case in his Ted Talk titled “The Hidden Power of Smiling.”
With all that said, is there anything you don’t like about your smile? Are your teeth discolored or crooked? Are they too long or too short? Too much gum… or too little? Nowadays, pretty much anything you don’t like can be altered by a dentist, periodontist or an orthodontist like myself.
It is my greatest pleasure as a professional when I’m able to give my patients straight teeth worth smiling about. There is nothing more pleasing when they come in at the end of treatment and say, “I can’t stop smiling.” For me, that’s what it’s all about. That’s when I know I’ve helped to improve more than their looks, but their quality of life as well.
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Best time for an amazing smile? Right now.
If you’ve been wanting to have your teeth straightened— or if there is anything about your smile that you don’t love, come in for a FREE CONSULTATION. You’ve never had more or better treatment options, including Invisalgin— the “invisible, removable braces” that have taken the world by storm.
Amazing Smiles Orthodontics is a leading provider of Invisalgin for adults as well as Invisalign Teen™ braces. As a Super Elite Top 1% Invisalign Provider, we also have the distinction of being recognized for our expertise nationwide.
Don’t hold back another smile; schedule your FREE Invisalign consultation today with Dr. Marc Lazare at the office most convenient to you in Mill Basin, Brooklyn; Forest Hills and Rosedale, Queens; and Cedarhurst, Long Island:
Our promise to you? Teeth worth smiling about.
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Maybe there’s someone in your life who has been thinking about home care and getting his or her teeth straightened but keeps brushing it off until “next year.” Well, next year is almost here and you can give them just the push they need by prepaying for a procedure, or buying a gift certificate through us in denominations of $50.
Whether your special someone has been dreaming about finally getting Invisalign “the invisible braces,” Invisalign Teen, Damon Clear®, lingual braces (worn on the inside of the teeth) or any one of the many orthodontic treatments offered through our practice, you can pre-pay for the procedure— or any part of it— by simply calling our office.
We will provide you with a beautiful gift certificate that you can include with your holiday card. You will literally be giving them something to smile about every day, and that’s pretty cool. How can you top a gift like that?
And, if you’re not sure exactly which service is best for them, that’s OK too. The certificate will be generic and can be used for any one of our treatments or services.
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You can be proud to offer this special gift through one of the top ranked providers in New York. At the offices of Dr. Eckstein and Dr. Yusupov, we are committed to each patient’s 100% satisfaction and we have the experience and track record to back it up. With our Super Elite Top 1% Invisalign ranking, we also have the distinction of being recognized industry-wide for our expertise. And, with locations in Mill Basin, Brooklyn; Forest Hills and Rosedale, Queens; and Cedarhurst, Long Island, your friends and family members can visit the office that’s most convenient to them.
If you’re the one who has been dreaming about a better smile, consider gifting yourself this year : ) You can take advantage of our interest-free monthly installment plan or reap the benefits of your Flex payment account. Also, please note, our office offers Care Credit and Springstone Financing options for orthodontics.
You are most definitely worth it.
Wishing you a happy, healthy holiday season— and infinite things to smile about into the New Year.
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