“My Dentist says he can do my braces/Invisalign/removable appliances. Why should I see you?” Fair question. It has to do with training and experience. Orthodontists complete a University or Hospital supervised post-Dental School residency of at least 4,000 hours (2+ years), and are fluent in all phases of Orthodontic treatment, as well as being fully conversant in all of the Orthodontic literature. Orthodontists limit their practice to Orthodontic treatment exclusively, and are extremely proficient at Orthodontic care. While some General Dentists do exemplary Orthodontic Care, research published in well refereed Dental Journals has shown the average treatment result, length of time in treatment, and post-treatment stability, is better in the Orthodontic Specialist’s office. If you think your or your child has an Orthodontic problem, please contact L&M Orthodontics for a complimentary examination. Our doctors would love to speak with you and answer any of your questions. Our friendly staff would love to assist you in scheduling appointments.
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