Dental One Associates of Bel Air
3435 Box Hill Corporate Center Drive, Suite E, Abingdon, MD 21009
Transform Your Smile with the Help of Our Orthodontist in Abingdon
Orthodontics is a specialized field of dentistry focused on treating issues involving the teeth and jaw. Orthodontic treatment typically involves braces, aligners, or other dental devices designed to change the position and alignment of the teeth and jaw. This type of treatment is performed by an orthodontist who has received additional training beyond traditional dental school in the evaluation and treatment of issues involving the alignment of the teeth and jaw. If you are suffering from jaw pain or have crowded or crooked teeth, contact our orthodontist in Abingdon to find out if orthodontic treatment is right for you.
An orthodontic specialist may recommend that you undergo orthodontic treatment for a variety of reasons. If not resolved, orthodontic issues can ultimately cause trouble with chewing and speaking and even cause chronic jaw pain, headaches, or earaches. Crooked or crowded teeth can even increase your risk for periodontal disease and tooth decay. Buck teeth, crowded or gaping teeth, overbites, underbites, open bites, crossbites, and jaw misalignment are just a few of the teeth and jaw problems that can be corrected using braces. In addition to improving your orofacial health, orthodontic treatment can also improve the aesthetics of your smile. Schedule a consultation with our orthodontist today to find out if orthodontic treatment is right for you.
Thanks to modern dental innovations, our patients now have more types of braces to choose from than ever before, including clear and ceramic. Today’s treatment options are more aesthetically pleasing and are often more comfortable than traditional metal wires and brackets. Our specialist may recommend a particular treatment option based on your dental issues. If there is more than one suitable treatment option, we will help you find one that fits with your aesthetic preferences, insurance or dental plan coverage, and budget.
Orthodontic treatment at an early age can help prevent lifelong dental problems and provide your child with a foundation for a lifetime of good oral health. Orthodontic treatment using braces or aligners is very common for young children and teens, so your child should not feel ashamed or singled out. Our staff will take the time to ensure that your child understands and is comfortable with each step of the treatment process.
Today’s treatment options also come in materials and styles that make the process more appealing to children and teens. Of course, some of these newer options cost more than older treatment options. When evaluating treatment options, we encourage parents to verify the terms of their insurance or dental discount plan benefits since some plans only cover certain treatments.
While orthodontic treatment is most common among children and teens, it is becoming increasingly popular among adults. We perform adult orthodontic treatment to correct issues involving the teeth and jaw that are causing chronic pain and to improve the appearance of crowded or misaligned teeth. The dental devices used in adult orthodontic treatment come in a variety of materials and styles, including some that are barely noticeable. Our orthodontic specialist can help you find an effective and discreet treatment option that will work for your busy personal or professional life. When deciding on a treatment option, you should also verify the particulars of your insurance or dental discount plan to avoid any unexpected out-of-pocket expenses.
If you are concerned about how to manage the cost of orthodontic treatment for yourself or your child, you are not alone. Orthodontic treatment requires an investment of both time and money; however, that investment can reduce your risk of significant dental health problems that can cause pain and be even more expensive to treat in the future. The cost of treatment can vary from person to person and location to location. We will provide you with an outline of your braces cost following your initial consultation. The type of treatment and the materials used will factor into your cost along with the duration of your treatment. To minimize your out-of-pocket costs, you should verify benefit details with your insurance provider before deciding on a treatment option. Even if you do not have insurance, our staff can help you find ways to make your treatment more affordable, including dental discount plans and flexible financing options that allow you to spread the cost of your treatment over multiple payments.
Your journey to a beautiful, healthy smile begins with a phone call to our office. Our team is ready to help you find the right treatment option to correct your orthodontic issues. Schedule your consultation today.