Dr. Maggie offers effective, efficient, and unique orthodontics to Homewood families.
Orthodontic treatment is not just for children or teenagers – we welcome patients of all ages to our office! Remember: It is never too late to improve your smile. This is something Dr. Maggie genuinely believes and can prove once you visit our office.
Our adult orthodontic treatments are more than just the straightening of crooked teeth. Dr. Maggie focuses on how your teeth fit together in the front and back to improve your day-to-day life and prevent future dental problems.
Our orthodontic services include:
Some orthodontic issues can be more severe and require a surgical approach or solutions. Dr. Maggie works alongside general dentists and other dental specialists to improve the alignment of your jaw and safeguard your smile.
Prevent future dental issues with interceptive orthodontics.
Interceptive orthodontics is an exciting treatment that allows Dr. MaggieLearn more about our dentist to guide your child to healthy oral development. The aim of this treatment is to get a jump-start on any issues that could potentially affect your child’s jaw growth.
The American Association of OrthodontistsOpens a new window to the AAO website recommends that your child visit our office for a check-up by the age of seven. Performing an orthodontic evaluation while their teeth and jaw are still growing, makes it easier for Dr. Maggie to address certain orthodontic conditions (e.g., crowding).
You can trust Dr. Maggie’s expertise, experience, and maternal instinct to safeguard your child’s teeth and help them enjoy healthy jaw development.
Learn about some common conditions she can help with and the benefits this preventative treatment can bring.
There are a number of conditions that might require interceptive orthodontics:
- Open bite
- Crowded teeth
- Misaligned teeth
- Underbite or overbite
- Early baby tooth loss
- Thumb or finger sucking habits
- Early baby tooth loss
- Impacted permanent teeth
- Protruding teeth
- Narrow arches
Dr. Maggie deeply cares for your child’s well-being and believes that early treatment can provide multiple benefits for them. As a more proactive approach, it can provide:
- More stable results
- Reduced potential damage to your child’s teeth
- Improved speech development
- Less need for future orthodontic procedures