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Crooked Teeth Charlotte, NC

Are you unhappy with your crooked teeth? Do you want a straighter and more balanced smile?

In many cases, crooked teeth should be corrected to prevent oral health problems. It can be difficult to clean between crooked teeth, and bacteria can build up in spaces that are hard to reach. Teeth can become damaged if malocclusion is impacting the function of the bite. However, there are options for patients who want an aesthetic or oral health change. It is never too late to straighten your smile.

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Treatment Options for Crooked Teeth

Whether you want to improve the aesthetics of your smile or have a simpler time cleaning your teeth, we offer treatments for all types of budgets and needs.

Invisalign

An alternative to traditional metal braces, Invisalign utilizes clear aligners that gradually shift teeth every two weeks. The aligners can be removed for eating and brushing teeth and tend to be more comfortable than metal braces because they don’t irritate gums. Invisalign has a shorter treatment time than traditional options and can provide straighter teeth to patients in six to eighteen months.

Tooth Bonding

Tooth bonding uses composite resin to change the size and shape of teeth. The resin also blends in with teeth for a more natural look. Tooth bonding is less permanent and more economical than porcelain veneers. This treatment can be a great option for patients who may not want to commit to the more permanent option of porcelain veneers.

Porcelain Veneers

Made of ultra-thin, high-quality porcelain ceramic, porcelain veneers can be a great aesthetic treatment for crooked teeth. Porcelain veneers are color-matched to natural teeth so that they can blend in perfectly. This treatment bonds porcelain ceramic to teeth for a straighter and brighter appearance.

Maxillofacial Surgery

Crooked teeth can also be accompanied by jaw problems. A misaligned jaw can cause speech and chewing problems. Maxillofacial surgery can move the jaw into its proper place. We may recommend a maxillofacial surgeon to you before exploring any other treatment options if our dentists find that you have misaligned jaw.

Schedule an Appointment

Do you want a straighter and more balanced smile? Call the Stewart Dental Group for treatment today at 704-255-4256. You can also schedule an appointment with us online here.