Straight teeth are a great accessory to show off and a reflection of good oral health. But if you have teeth with gaps between them, crowding or the edges are starting to wear down because of the way you bite, getting braces could help.
Our family dental practice makes it affordable and easy to get braces. Choose between the following two options:
Many people overlook the thought of getting braces because they’re worried about the financial commitment. Our practice offers high-quality care at affordable rates, including in-house braces treatments. Thanks to low pricing and flexible payment options, you can fit monthly treatments into your budget and start on your case straightaway.
During your orthodontic evaluation, we’ll take a series of X-rays, photographs, impressions and carefully assess the way your teeth and jaws fit together. When we have all of the information we need, we’ll create a proposed care plan that outlines the length of your treatment, which type of braces is best for the situation and pricing.
If you have insurance coverage on orthodontic treatment in Noosa, we’ll tabulate your estimated coverage and what you would need to budget for monthly financing on the remainder of the balance.
Having straighter teeth isn’t just about looking good. A properly aligned smile that functions at optimal performance is easier to clean and is less likely to strain the joints or muscles around it. People with straight smiles are at less of a risk for problems associated with:
Early orthodontic strategies can help teeth erupt into proper alignment and in a way that allows them to work properly with their neighbours. Since crowded and crooked teeth tend to require abnormal biting movements, they’re hazardous to your overall oral health.
Get a customised care plan and financing options at your first appointment. Contact Morton Dental to request an orthodontics Noosa Heads consultation today for you or your child. You will find out how quickly you can get started on treatment.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
Orthodontics Noosa Heads, Noosaville, Sunshine Beach, Sunrise Beach QLD | (07) 5455 3577