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Dr. Perez Fixes Smile with Orthodontics in Grapevine and the DFW Metroplex

by on May.12, 2011, under Orthodontics

For adults and children alike, straighter teeth means an improved appearance and better oral health. That’s why our Grapevine office is please to offer orthodontics as one of our services. Whether you need traditional braces, retainers, spacers, or clear aligners, Dr. Perez can help.

Straighter, Healthier Teeth from an Early Age

We recommend bringing children in for their first orthodontic consultation as early as seven years old. This lets us treat habits like thumbsucking or mouth breathing, or genetic issues such as underbites or overbites, before they can escalate, leaving your child with an expanded or reshaped smile.

Some children may require further attention later in adolescence, after they have their permanent teeth. But whether they need comprehensive orthodontics or a retainer for maintaining teeth position, Vineyard Dental’s got them covered.

Straighter Smiles for Adults

Children aren’t the only patients who can benefit from orthodontics—adults can too. And not just for cosmetic reasons. If you frequently experience earaches, dizziness, headaches, or neck pain, it’s possible a misaligned jaw is the cause. Correcting your bit can relieve your symptoms and lead to improved function and comfort.

But that doesn’t mean your only choice is traditional metal braces. Our office offer clear brackets and aligners as a discreet alternative. That way, you can get the care you need without sacrificing your professional appearance.

Call Vineyard Dental in Grapevine today to schedule a consultation visit with Dr. Perez. Our office can provide orthodontics for children and adults. A straighter smile can be yours!

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