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Have a Pretty Smile to Make More Friends
The novelist George Eliot believed that having a scowl will give your face wrinkles while a smile gives you more friends. Having a happy personality is contagious, leading to a busy social life. However, you might not want to smile because you have gaps between your teeth. Fortunately, wearing metal braces can reduce the gaps that are between your teeth, creating an attractive smile that you can be proud of at work or school. The only way to know if you can fix your malocclusions is by visiting a local orthodontist for a thorough examination.
Aligners Can Straighten Your Teeth In Only One Year
You might not know a lot about orthodontic treatment, but an orthodontist can collect images of your facial structure and teeth to determine if you need to wear Invisalign aligners or braces to fix your misaligned teeth. An examination is easy with 3-D imaging equipment. It is also fast to have molds collected from your mouth to make customized aligners. If you have mild malocclusions, then you can receive up to 25 sets of aligners to straighten your teeth in one year or less. You must wear one set of aligners for two weeks before changing to a new set in order to have a more beautiful smile.
Schedule an Appointment at Gluck Orthodontics Today
If you live in Tennessee, then schedule an appointment at Gluck Orthodontics where there are two orthodontists, including:
We have two facilities for our patients that include:
- Hillsboro Village – 615-269-5903
- Green Hills – 615-269-5903
We are able to care for adults, teenagers and children with our top-of-the-line diagnostic equipment. An orthodontist at Gluck Orthodontics can determine if you need to wear Invisalign aligners or braces to improve your smile so that you won’t want to frown.
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Dr. Joel Gluck has practiced orthodontics since 1983 when he opened his own office in Nashville. He earned his undergraduate degree at Washington University in St. Louis, and his dental degree at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Gluck then completed an orthodontic specialty residency at the University of Michigan, one of the top five orthodontic training residencies in the country. He also wrote an original thesis and received a Master of Science degree.