It’s never too late to get a smile you love and more adults than ever are seeking out orthodontic treatment. Whether you didn’t have the opportunity to straighten your teeth in the past or you just need a touch-up after forgetting to wear your retainer, Dr. Buddy will create a personalized treatment plan. Using the latest technology, we’ll help you achieve a healthy, confident smile. Schedule your free consultation with our Greer and Simpsonville, SC orthodontist to get started by calling us at (864) 801-3500 (Greer) or (864) 967-0053 (Simpsonville).
The Benefits of Adult Orthodontic Treatment
- STRAIGHT TEETH ARE HEALTHIER TEETH – When teeth are properly aligned, they’re easier to keep clean, which helps ward off tooth decay and gum disease, both of which are tied to a variety of health issues.
- A GORGEOUS SMILE BUILDS CONFIDENCE – Orthodontic treatment can boost your confidence, improve your quality of life and give you the freedom to smile without holding back.
- UNTREATED MOUTHS OFTEN GET WORSE – Your teeth and bite don’t get better over time. Putting off necessary treatment can end up costing you more in the long run.
- AN ALIGNED BITE IMPROVES FUNCTION – When your jaw and teeth are in the correct alignment, you can chew and speak properly and it also reduces uneven tooth wear, as well as jaw pain and pressure.
Options for Grown-Ups
If the thought of orthodontic treatment stirs up images of big, bulky, gleaming braces, we’ve got some good news for you. Today’s treatment options are smaller, more attractive and a lot more comfortable. At Davis Orthodontics, we offer under-the-radar choices like clear braces, hidden lingual braces and Invisalign in addition to traditional metal braces and self-ligating braces.
Treatment that Works for Your Lifestyle
Not only do we offer a variety of treatment choices, we also have payment plans and flexible scheduling. We’ll work with you to ensure treatment fits your needs and schedule, so you can join the ranks of other adults who have experienced the benefits of straightening their teeth.