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Whenever you meet a stranger, remember to smile because it offers the shortest distance between two people to make them best friends for a lifetime. If you are embarrassed about the appearance of your teeth and smile, then visit an orthodontist for an evaluation concerning braces. In the past, improving the alignment of teeth was a long and difficult process because all that was available were metal braces. While metallic wires and bracket braces are still required for serious malocclusions, most individuals are able to wear Invisalign devices instead for a year or less. You are never too old to wear braces on your teeth, and Invisalign aligners are appropriate for teenagers and adults.
Choose Early Orthodontic Care
If your child is starting to get permanent teeth, then it is time to take them to visit an orthodontist. An evaluation of a child’s oral cavity can find problems such as deformities of the jawbone at an early stage. Orthodontic care is essential to correct your bite to make it easier to chew food and speak properly in addition to providing a gorgeous smile. Early orthodontic intervention often leads to children needing to wear braces for a shorter amount of time. When your child has straight teeth, they are more likely to have high self-confidence, making it easier for them to smile
Visit an Orthodontic Facility Today
Dr. Joel Gluck offers expert orthodontic care to patients in Nashville, Tenn., at Gluck Orthodontics with top-of-the-line technology such as computer software. His goal is to improve your smile and bite with traditional metal braces or modern Invisalign aligners. A careful examination from Dr. Joel Gluck can determine if you require:
• A retainer
• A jaw expander
• Plastic aligners
• Ceramic braces
To get a smile that helps you to attract more friends, schedule an appointment with Dr. Joel Gluck.
A Smile is the Shortest Distance Between Two People?
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.