At Goldstein, Garber, & Salama, we're proud to help our patients achieve beautiful, healthy smiles through custom, comprehensive dental and orthodontic treatment. If you're looking to correct crooked teeth and achieve a healthier, more beautiful smile, our wide range of cosmetic and orthodontic services can help you meet your goals.
Invisalign is most commonly used to correct the position of teeth that are crooked or crowded. It can be used to correct most tooth position issues, though it’s not as versatile as traditional orthodontics, and typically can’t be used for severely crooked and crowded teeth.
Large gaps in your smile can make you feel self-conscious about your appearance. Invisalign can be used to move your teeth and close these gaps, providing you with an even smile.
Invisalign cannot treat major bite problems, but it can be used to treat minor to moderate issues with your bite and tooth alignment, so it may be an option if you have a minor underbite, overbite, or other teeth alignment issues.
If you have minor or moderate orthodontic problems and you have healthy teeth, Invisalign in Atlanta may be a good way to get the smile you’ve always wanted. Contact Goldstein Garber & Salama now for a consultation with one of our doctors, and see if you’re eligible for Invisalign treatment.
Virtually anyone can get orthodontic braces – if you're dissatisfied with your smile, chances are that braces can help. Braces are most common for adolescents; the American Association of Orthodontists recommends that all children get an orthodontic evaluation at age 7, as this is the first age we can spot malocclusions. However, if you're an adult longing for a straighter new smile, don't worry: we can move healthy teeth at any age, so you're never too old for braces.
During treatment, it’s important that you make a few modifications to your lifestyle to take care of your braces. Avoid any foods that are hard, crunchy, sticky, or full of sugar. For example, nuts, ice, taffy, gum, and sugary sodas should all be avoided. In addition, adhering to a diligent oral hygiene routine is crucial while you have braces, as your teeth are extra vulnerable to decay during treatment.