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Who needs Braces?50% of People Could Benefit from Orthodontic Care!
Braces are Not Just for ChildrenCall Us. Many of our patients are adults!
When Should Orthodontic Treatment Begin?It is recommended that children visit the orthodontist by Age 7.
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Dr. A. Alexis Shrager and her staff are committed to provide children and adults with the highest quality of orthodontic care in Orlando in a family friendly environment. She personally knows what an incredible difference in health and self-esteem that a beautiful smile can make, which is why she is dedicated to giving each of her patients the fabulous smile.
Dr. A. Alexis Shrager and her staff are trained to be able to treat any age child or adult who may have special needs when it comes to orthodontics.
During your consultation, Dr. Shrager will evaluate your smile and discuss multiple treatment options
And customize them so that they may your specific needs. There are several treatment options when considering braces, and only a fully trained orthodontist has the additional years of training-beyond dental school– that are required in order to determine which type of braces are the right option for you. Options include Invisalign, Sure-Smile, Tooth-colored braces (ceramic brackets), braces behind the teeth (lingual braces), and traditional braces are options that will be discussed during your initial consultation
The Winter Garden office
Is convenient to Windermere, Gotha, Ocoee, and Apopka, and can accommodate same-day appointments in most cases.
The Dr. Phillips office, on West Sand Lake Road
Is convenient to Bay Hill, Dr. Phillips, Lake Buena Vista, and Metro West areas. Patients are seen on Wednesdays at the Dr. Phillips office..
Any questions? Please contact us at 407-656-0990 or Click Here to email us.
Remember a beautiful smile is a healthy smile and that straight aligned teeth experience, less overall tooth decay, breakage and gum disease. In addition most researchers agree that a healthy bright smile conveys the self-esteem that leads a person to succeed!
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