We serve Seymour residents from our New Haven office.
CT Braces - New Haven
881 Whalley Ave Rear
New Haven, CT 06515
Phone: (203) 285-3750
|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
Get to know our team in Seymour when you attend your first orthodontic consolation. Gain insight to our orthodontic practice when you have completed an exam to find out what treatment will be the most useful for you. Some of our procedures include:
- 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
When you have completed your first consultation, we can help you schedule your appointment with your orthodontist. One of our Seymour orthodontic assistants will help you complete your paperwork, as well as help schedule a second appointment for x-rays. Your second appointment will last around 2 hours, our Seymour Orthodontic team will help you feel comfortable and at ease during your time at our office.
Scheduling Orthodontic Appointments
We insist that you visit your Seymour orthodontic office every four to eight weeks, to make sure your new orthodontic piece is working well. We'll do everything we can to help you find a convenient appointment, because we understand life and work can be hectic.
We understand that you can’t always predict what will happen in life. So if you can’t make your appointment, call our Seymour office and let us know how we can accommodate you. When you have more availability, get in touch with our Seymour schedule coordinator to help you.
At CT Braces of Seymour, we can assist you with numerous 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 palette
- Underbite: lower front teeth in front of upper teeth
- Overjet: protruding front teeth
Seymour Orthodontic Treatment Options
Child & Teenage Orthodontics & Teeth Straightening
Orthodontic issues your child can come across are crowding, widely spaced teeth, jaw growth problems, protruding teeth, or bad bites for children are often inherited or a result of an injury. They can also be formed by thumb-sucking habits or early or late tooth loss. On the other hand, adult orthodontic problems won’t get better with age and may need orthodontic surgery. Children’s Orthodontic issues may correct on their own, but their jaws will harden by adulthood.
Giving your child orthodontic treatment early on is a great way to prevent any problems in adulthood. Our Seymour office is more than qualified to help prevent your child from any orthodontic surgery later on in life. If your child is 7 years old and appears to need orthodontic care, don’t wait for the problem to “straighten itself out". Contact our Seymour orthodontic office to schedule an initial exam, CT Braces is happy to help straighten your child’s teeth and help them achieve a better, more confident smile.
To help your child have a beautiful, healthy smile you can use our Two-Phase treatment that consists of three steps.
- In phase one, your Seymour Orthodontist will help recommend your treatment for any jaw growth, tooth crowding or spacing issues. This will help your child’s permanent teeth to become properly aligned.
- Then, during a resting period, your child’s permanent teeth can naturally grow into place without the use of a retainer.
- In phase two, our Orthodontic professionals will provide your child with a full set of upper and lower braces to help align any permanent teeth.
If you would like to learn more about our orthodontic practices or if you’ve been referred to our Seymour office, contact us today so we may assist you further.
Seymour Adult Orthodontics
According to the American Association of Orthodontists, one in five orthodontic patients are over 21. At CT Braces of Seymour, we want to make you proud to smile and show off your stunning and straight teeth.
Adult orthodontics is different from children’s because an adults jaw is harder, leading to higher risk of gum or bone loss, worn or missing teeth, or incomplete orthodontic treatment as a child or teen.
CT Braces knows that adults will have different problems when compared to children, and we'll be able to help you at our Seymour office. To get started, first call our Seymour orthodontic practice for more information and to set up an initial exam.
Seymour Surgical Orthodontics (Orthognathic Surgery)
Surgical orthodontics, also known as orthognathic surgery, is used to treat severe issues in:
- jaw bone formation
- bad bites
- malocclusion – misaligned teeth.
When a jaw is not correctly aligned, surgical orthodontics is used first, then orthodontic braces will be used to move the teeth into their new, correct positions. Your Seymour orthodontist at CT Braces will work with an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, who will perform your surgery in a hospital.
This type of orthodontic surgery will take several hours to complete, and we insist that you have a rest period of at least two to four weeks. When your surgery is finished, you may need to be fitted for braces that should be worn for six to twelve months, and then a retainer to ensure the placement of your teeth. Surgical orthodontics (otherwise known as orthognathic surgery) is a major medical procedure that has been successfully performed for years. We always want to make sure that you are comfortable with our orthodontic treatments, so please get in touch with our Seymour orthodontic practice to talk about your options.
Seymour, CT Invisalign® Options
Seymour CT Braces is certified provider of Invisalign®. Invisalign® treatment consists of invisible, removable aligners that will help you achieve a healthy, straight smile without the use of braces. With the use of these comfortable trays, you can still eat, drink, brush and floss during your treatment. You will simply need to have a new set of aligners every two weeks that will slowly but surely help move your teeth to the desired position.
The average duration of your treatment can take around nine to fifteen months, and we recommend you visit your Seymour orthodontist every six weeks to make sure your treatment is progressing as it should. If you would like to discuss the benefits or learn more about Invisalign® please contact your Seymour CT Braces office for more information.
Seymour's Trusted Orthodontist
CT Braces has been offering the Seymour area with professional, and reliable services for years. With that comes years of hard work and experience, making our practice able to grow into multiple offices due to the loyalty of our patients and professionalism from our doctors.
We are delighted that you have chosen or considered CT Braces for your orthodontic needs. Please call our Seymour office for more information: : (203) 285-3750