Braces & Invisalign | Sturbridge

Tailored Smile Treatments

Orthodontic technology is always advancing, and we’re dedicated to bringing these innovations to you. Sturbridge Orthodontics offers the latest in braces and Invisalign, tailored to fit your unique needs.

Our Treatments

Sturbridge Orthodontics can treat orthodontic issues in patients of all ages. No matter your age or stage in life, we have a treatment option for you!

Our office uses state-of-the-art technology, paired with extensive experience and knowledge, to provide patients with their most beautiful and healthy smiles. Whether you face a simple or complex issue, Sturbridge Orthodontics can help. We treat all issues, including:

  • Crossbites
  • Overbites
  • Underbites
  • Crowding
  • Gaps
  • Protrusions
  • Impacted teeth

Metal braces are still the most commonly used treatment option, but they are far from the only one available. While metal braces are efficient and effective, some patients want something that is a bit more cosmetically appealing. Sturbridge Orthodontics offers metal braces, ceramic braces, and Invisalign.

At your initial consultation, our team will determine which treatment is right for your unique needs and your individual smile goals.

Putting Patient Education First

An educated patient is an involved patient so we work to ensure our patients are educated about every step of their treatment. This starts at the very first appointment when we discuss your treatment options with you.

We use both fixed and removable appliances to correct smiles. Fixed appliances are braces that are attached to your teeth. They remain in place throughout your treatment and are removed once your teeth have moved to their ideal locations. Removable appliances are just that — removable. Invisalign is a removable appliance. While they work like braces, guiding teeth to their new locations, you can remove your aligners. You’ll wear them 20 – 22 hours a day, taking them out only to eat, drink, brush, and floss.

We’ll discuss the pros and cons of each type of treatment with you to ensure you can make an educated decision about which is best for you.