Overby Orthodontics provides quality orthodontics treatments including:

Our practice also recognizes that adults, teens, and children have different needs, and require a different level of attention and care. We will work with you to ensure that you receive the most appropriate treatments, and that your needs are met with understanding and respect from us.

Orthodontics for Children

While there is no exact age for children to begin orthodontic treatment, the American Association of Orthodontists recommends visiting the orthodontist around age seven.

Early treatment allows your orthodontist to correct and guide the growth of your child’s jaw to help the permanent teeth come in straight, regulate the width of the upper and lower arches, create more space for crowded teeth, avoid the need for permanent tooth extractions later in life, and correct thumb sucking and help improve minor speech problems.

For parents, it’s not always easy to know if your child may need orthodontic treatment. Find out more information and a few things to look for that may mean your child needs to see an orthodontist here.

Orthodontics for Teens

Braces, retainers, and more for teens!

Braces are a very common option for straighten a teen’s teeth. Your teen might be nervous, but today, braces come in a variety of styles, materials, and colors. Making life with braces much easier, more comfortable, and even more stylish than in the past.

Our practice offers a variety of braces types. Some common options include:

  • Ceramic braces
  • Invisible braces
  • Traditional metal braces

Learn more about teen orthodontic options here.

Orthodontics for Adults

Many adults are choosing to receive orthodontic treatment because they understand the importance of maintaining their health, and they want to feel better about their appearance. Adults everywhere are taking advantage of the opportunity to receive orthodontic care, and now you can too.

Treatment options for adults

For many adults, the thought of having metal braces is enough to discourage them from receiving treatment. However, today’s orthodontic treatment options offer a variety of braces and appliances that are comfortable, aesthetic, and customized to meet your needs.

Learn more about adult orthodontic treatments and the difference between adult orthodontics and orthodontics for children and teens here.