The short answer is – maybe, but only as a final option after all other alternatives have been considered. Dr. Robert Rudman has been providing orthodontics in the Denver area for decades. He has the skill to consider all possible treatment paths to creating your most beautiful, healthy smile. Although teeth removal is sometimes a part of getting braces, it isn't always the case and he can determine if there are any alternatives.
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Orthodontist serving Stapleton, Denver, Cherry Creek & Nearby Areas of Colorado
You've made it – you're reaching the end of your Invisalign® treatment and you couldn't be more excited about your beautiful new smile! Seeing the life-changing results of orthodontia are one of the many reasons we love what we do at Dr. Robert Rudman's Cherry Creek practice.
You've decided you want braces and your dentist has offered to provide them. You may wonder, "is there any difference between a dentist and an orthodontist?" There is a difference, and it comes down to training and education, as well as experience.
Braces do require a little extra care and attention. It's important to keep them clean and to prevent bent wires and dislodged brackets. Trust us when we say it's well-worth the effort: Once your braces come off at the end of treatment, you'll love your straight teeth and gorgeous smile. Please take our quiz to test your knowledge of braces cleaning and care.
You've finally decided to straighten your pearly whites. As an adult, you may be gravitating toward clear, low-profile Invisalign® aligners. This orthodontic system treats a wide range of bite misalignment, from simple to complex. It does all that with clear, removable teeth trays.
"Clear braces" could refer to any of three low-profile orthodontic options offered by Dr. Robert Rudman:
It's 2019, and braces worn by adults are more common than ever. Maybe you've seen a co-worker sporting brackets and wires, or an acquaintance or family member. You've been turning it over in your mind: "Should I get braces?" We're here to say, don't let hesitation about the appearance of braces hold you back.
Crooked teeth can affect the appearance of your smile, make it difficult to eat and talk, and lead to oral health and hygiene problems down the road. Both adults and children can suffer from misaligned teeth and jaws, but many people don’t understand what the culprit is or how to address it. Since crooked teeth can cause long-term health and lifestyle challenges, it’s important to understand what’s causing yours and what orthodontic treatments could help.