Help Your Child to Smile Frequently and Feel Better
Herbert Samuels believed that when you smile, others will smile back at you just like a mirror. If your child avoids smiling because they have misaligned teeth, then you should contact an orthodontist to schedule an appointment. Having crooked teeth can lead to earaches and sinus problems because a child has a poor bite, but by wearing braces, your child’s facial structure is improved. Not only will your child want to smile more at the world because they have a nice smile, but also, they feel better each day.
Adults Can Also Improve Their Smile with Aligners
If you are an adult who missed out on orthodontic treatment as a child, then talk to an orthodontist about wearing Invisalign aligners for a year to repair your misaligned teeth. Aligners are made of soft and clear plastic that you remove from your mouth when you need to brush and floss your teeth. You won’t feel strange about smiling at the world while wearing aligners because the devices are almost invisible. When you are the parent of a teenager, it is possible that aligners are also a good choice for their malocclusions.
Contact Us Today to Schedule an Orthodontic Examination
At Gluck Orthodontics, you can schedule an appointment for an evaluation with Dr. Joel Gluck. Our orthodontist is considered one of the best in Nashville, Tenn., as a result you can learn more about these types of orthodontic treatments:
- Metal braces – for children, teenagers, and adults
- Clear braces – for children, teenagers, and adults
- Invisalign aligners – for teenagers and adults
We have state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment at Gluck Orthodontics, leading to a thorough and fast evaluation to determine if you or your child has mild, moderate or serious malocclusions. To schedule an appointment, contact us with an online form or a telephone call at 615-269-5903.
2125 Blakemore Avenue
Phone: 615 269 5903
Smile and the World Smiles Too
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.