Dental Braces from $2,899 with a Free Consultation
Getting dental braces and effectively straightening your teeth can be a life changing experience for someone at any age. Braces can help treat misaligned teeth and transform your smile.
Did you know straightening your teeth could be this affordable?
At Lakeside Family Dental, we offer Dental Braces starting at $2,899 including a complimentary consultation and 3D scan. No hidden fees. Upfront & transparent pricing and a personalized treatment plan that fits your lifestyle.
During your initial consultation, we will discuss your smile goals and different treatment options you might have. There is no obligation to start with treatment at all. It's totally up to you to decide if and when you want to go ahead with treatment.
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Benefits of Straight Teeth
✓ Boost confidence in your smile
✓ Improving speech and making it easier to chew food properly
✓ Reducing clenching or grinding of teeth
✓ Better oral hygiene as it makes it easier to brush and floss teeth
What Can Braces Fix?
✓ Your teeth are visibly crooked or crowded and you are not happy with the way your smile looks
✓ You have bite issues and difficulty in chewing food properly
✓ You have a speech impediment due to bite misalignment
Dental Braces in Burlington: Various Options for Dental Braces Treatments
We offer various options for orthodontic treatments to our patients. Based on your smile goals, budget and teeth alignment issues, we will provide you with all the options so that you can make an informed decision. We encourage you to book a free consultation with our experienced dentists and discuss your orthodontic treatment options.
The most common type of dental braces is still traditional metal braces; they are composed of high-grade stainless steel. They are more comfortable and lighter-weight than in the past and straighten your teeth by using metal brackets and arch wires.
Ceramic braces are made of clear materials and are therefore less visible on your teeth than metal braces. While they are visually less prominent, they do require more attention to oral hygiene as ceramic braces are larger and are more brittle than their metal counterparts.
Clear Aligners use a series of invisible, removable, and comfortable aligners to straighten your teeth. Not only are the aligners invisible, they are removable, so you can eat and drink what you want while in treatment. We offer super affordable ClearCorrect Clear Aligners to our patients who choose this type of orthodontic treatment.
Lingual braces are hidden behind the teeth and are therefore don't show when you smile or talk. Lingual braces are fully customized to match the shape of your teeth and therefore the metal appliances are created uniquely for you.
Your Smile Journey with Braces
Your free initial consultation with Dr. Michael Cohen includes a 3D scan, a personalized treatment plan with options and prices for braces and clear aligners.Book a Free Consultation
Braces for All Ages
Dental braces are not only for kids. There is no age limit when it comes to getting a great smile. A lot of adults missed on getting braces in their teens and want to straighten their teeth at a later time. We offer dental braces to patients of all ages.
How long do I have to wear braces?
The length of time you wear braces depends on various factors, including age, the degree of misalignment and the type of braces selected. Generally, patients wear braces for one to two years, but some may only need a few months, while others may take up to three years or more. A comprehensive assessment by your dentist will determine the severity of your teeth and the estimated time needed to wear braces. Keep in mind that the length of treatment may vary based on how well your teeth respond to the braces.
How to take care of your teeth while wearing braces?
Maintaining good oral hygiene is essential when wearing braces or a retainer to prevent tooth decay and infections. Brush your teeth after every meal and pack a toothbrush and toothpaste if necessary. Floss at least once a day and use small brushes provided by your dentist to clean in between each brace. Clean your retainers regularly, such as washing them every morning if you wear night retainers. Failure to properly clean retainers can quickly build up bacteria.Book a Free Consultation