12 Queen Street
Newtown, CT 06470
|Monday||9:00am to 6:00pm|
|Tuesday||9:00am to 6:00pm|
|Wednesday||9:00am to 6:00pm|
|Thursday||8:00am to 5:00pm|
|Friday||8:00am to 5:00pm|
|One Saturday per month||8:00am to 12:00pm|
Every Smile Starts with a Consultation
Come in for your first orthodontic consultation in Middlebury, CT. You will meet our staff, learn how orthodontics can help you, and have a complete exam to determine which treatment will work best for you. During your consultation, we will:
- Review your dental and medical history
- Perform a complete oral exam, with X-Rays, to determine whether treatment is necessary
- Work with you to create a customized treatment plan
- Discuss financial information, insurance options, and payment plans
After Your Initial Orthodontic Consultation
Once we are done with your examination, we will make sure your first orthodontist appointment is scheduled, finish all paperwork, and select a time for an X-ray appointment. During this process, a Middlebury orthodontist assistant will explain the rest of the process. The following appointment will take approximately 2 hours. The staff at our Middlebury office will make sure you are relaxed and informed along the way.
Scheduling Orthodontic Appointments
Once you have received your new orthodontic fitting, we want to make sure it is functioning perfectly. We encourage our patients to visit every 4-8 weeks. We do our best to ensure even the busiest Middlebury patients can fit conveniently into the schedule.
We know that life isn’t always predictable, so we’ll help you with any rescheduling as best we can. Just inform our Newtown office if If, for some reason, you cannot attend your scheduled appointment, we request you call our Middlebury office and we will do our best to reschedule you. Our schedule coordinator will work tirelessly to make sure you can get an appointment at your convenience.
Common Orthodontic Issues
At our office, CT Braces of Middlebury, we can address many orthodontic issues such as:
- Crowding of teeth
- Missing lateral incisors
- Spacing of teeth
- Phase-one: early orthodontic issues
- Open bite: front teeth don't touch
- Deep overbite: lower front teeth bite into palate
- Underbite: lower front teeth in front of upper teeth
- Overjet: protruding front teeth
Middlebury Treatment Options
Child & Teenage Orthodontics & Teeth Straightening
There are many orthodontic problems that commonly occur such as; teeth that are spaced too wide, teeth that stick out, jaw growth issues, underbites, and overbites in children. Bad bites in children can be caused by thumb-sucking and tooth loss that occurs too early or too late in life. Orthodontic problems in children may be corrected with age, but they also can harden as the child becomes an adult. Adult orthodontic issues will not go away on their own and may require orthodontic surgery.
Children can receive treatment at our Middlebury office in order to prevent orthodontic intervention in adulthood. Children who are seven years old and seem to need an orthodontic procedure should be seen right away. The problem will not work itself out. Please call our Middlebury office to set up an initial exam appointment. Ct Braces will correct your child’s crooked teeth and will set them up to have a straight and perfect smile.
CT Braces offers a Two-Phase treatment to your child’s healthy smile in Middlebury CT.
- To align your child’s teeth properly, a Middlebury Orthodontist will design a plan for treatment depending on tooth crowding, spacing issues, or jaw growth.
- During the first phase, the Middlebury orthodontics team will design a recommended treatment for your child’s teeth that addresses any crowding of the teeth, jaw growth, and spacing issues. This will make sure your child’s adult teeth will be aligned correctly once they grow into place. With this treatment, your child will not need a retainer.
- During Phase Two, our Orthodontic team will give your child braces for the upper and lower rows to align permanent teeth.
If you would like more information or have been referred to our Middlebury office, please call us so we can set up a consultation.
Middlebury Adult Orthodontics
Most of our Middlebury, CT orthodontic patients are over 21 years of age. The American Association of Orthodontists claim 1 in 5 patients are over 21. Our goal at CT Braces of Middlebury is to give you straight and shiny smile that you are proud of.
Adult and Childs orthodontics differ. Adults jaws are more firm which leads to missing or deteriorated teeth, a high risk of bone or gum loss. We also often find incomplete orthodontic treatment from the patient’s childhood or adolescence.
At CT Braces of Middlebury, CT, we know that children and adults have different orthodontic needs. We are able to help you- all you must do is call our Middlebury office for more information. We will promptly set up an initial exam.
Middlebury Surgical Orthodontics (Orthognathic Surgery)
Surgical orthodontics, also referred to as orthognathic surgery, will help treat issues in:
· jaw bone formation
· bad bites
· malocclusion – misaligned teeth.
The surgical orthodontic procedure is used first when a jaw is misaligned. Afterward, orthodontic braces are put on the teeth to move them into the correct alignment. At CT Braces in Middlebury, we will work with an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. The procedure will take place in a hospital.
The surgery will take a few hours. CT braces suggests you take at least two to four weeks to rest. Post-surgery, you will be fitted for braces. These braces will be worn for six months to a year, followed by a retainer to solidify the placement of your teeth. Orthognathic surgery is a medical procedure that despite being a major surgical procedure, has been performed for years and has become rather routine. We want to ensure that you are comfortable and confident with our treatment, so we request you get in touch with our CT Braces Middlebury orthodontic office to discuss your options.
Middlebury, CT Invisalign® Options
Middlebury CT Braces is a certified Invisalign® provider.
Invisalign® treatment differs in that these aligners are invisible and removable. These aligners will ensure a confident, straight, healthy smile without more permanent and uncomfortable braces. With these aligners you can drink, brush, eat, and floss during the treatment. You will need new aligners every two weeks that will slowly reposition your teeth.
On average, your entire treatment may take between nine to fifteen months, and you will need to visit your Middlebury orthodontist every six weeks for recommend visiting your Middlebury CT Braces once every six weeks to ensure the treatment is progressing properly. Please contact Middlebury CT Braces for additional information.
Middlebury's Trusted Orthodontist
CT Braces has been the number one choice for reliable orthodontic care in Middlebury CT for years. We have had the pleasure of growing our office into multiple locations thanks to the loyal patients and our excellent doctors. At Middlebury CT Braces, we are pleased to be your choice for your orthodontic needs. Call our Middlebury Office for additional information: 203-403-6273