Beyond Dental and Implant Center
Orthodontic Dentist at Beyond Dental and Implant Center
Orthodontic Dentist at Beyond Dental and Implant Center
Orthodontic Dentist in Dallas, TX and Fort Worth, TX
Are you in need of an orthodontic dentist in Dallas, TX and Fort Worth, TX? Come see an experienced dentist at Beyond Dental & Implant Center. Dr. Cory Nguyen would be happy to meet with you to discuss your needs and options. Call us today for more information or schedule an appointment online. We have 2 convenient locations to serve you!
Many patients would benefit from seeing an orthodontic dentist. Young patients benefit because the dentist can help their teeth grow straight and healthily, while older patients benefit because the dentist can realign their teeth and improve their smile. At Beyond Dental and Implant center we also practice Neuromuscular orthodontics. If you believe you or someone you love would benefit from seeing an orthodontist, then you’ll find one right here at Beyond Dental. Come see us for an orthodontic dentist in Dallas, TX and Fort Worth, TX.
What is Neuromuscular Orthodontics?
Consider this? Your teeth, joints in your jaw and muscles in your face are all interconnected. When you use the muscles in your jaw, chew with your teeth and any wear and tear on your mouth these actions all relate to each other during your daily activities. Neuromuscular orthodontics studies posture, behavior of the jaw and upper airway when assessing and gauging an appropriate treatment plan. The intention of a neuromuscular dentist is to aid the dental patient in correcting, posture, bite, jaw function and assess any upper airway issues to stabilize and maintain the patients bite therefore avoiding any regression. Visit Dr. Cory Nguyen at Beyond Dental and Implant Center when you require orthodontic help.
What does an orthodontic dentist do?
These professionals are also known as orthodontists, and they are trained to prevent, diagnose, and treat dental and even some facial irregularities. For example, these specialists can straighten crooked teeth or fix overbites, and even align a patient’s jaw properly.
Many patients suffer from painful or misaligned bites, which orthodontic specialists can help with. They can also help young patients with tooth movement or other issues caused by thumb sucking. Many orthodontic dentists, like our dentist here at Beyond Dental, can even help patients with sleep apnea. Young and older patients alike can benefit from seeing an orthodontic dentist, as there are a number of treatment options available to them, like clear braces.
How do clear braces work?
Crooked teeth can have a significant effect on your smile and even your oral health. There’s a greater risk of tooth decay and damage, as well as uneven tooth wear, bruxism, and TMJ (temporomandibular) disorders.
Traditionally, the treatment for crooked teeth has been metal braces, but most patients and professionals agree that this isn’t ideal. If the goal is to improve your smile, then metal braces will help in the long term, but they don’t look aesthetically pleasing. There is a better and more discreet option: clear braces!
With clear (ceramic) braces, they don’t have to be made using visible metal. Clear braces are made of a clear/tooth-colored ceramic material that helps them blend with the natural color of your teeth. We provide clear braces here at Beyond Dental, so if they sound like a good option for you, come see us to find out more.
What is Invisalign?
Here’s another exciting option for patients with misaligned teeth. Instead of using brackets and wires, Invisalign® uses clear plastic aligners to realign your teeth. Because the aligners are made from digital impressions of your teeth and mouth, they are quite comfortable for patients.
With Invisalign, patients use a set of Invisalign® aligners to correct their teeth over time. Each aligner is slightly different than the last, so by moving from one aligner to the next, the patients slowly but surely guide and realign their teeth. One of the major benefits of Invisalign is that the aligners are practically invisible to the eye, so they won’t negatively affect your smile. In fact, most people simply won’t be able to figure out that you’re wearing anything at all! Additionally, they can be removed for eating and other activities. You won’t have to worry about avoiding particular foods, and your oral care will be easier too.
Where can I see an orthodontic dentist in Dallas, TX and Fort Worth, TX?
If Invisalign or clear braces sound good to you, or if you’d like to learn more about these options, get in touch with us here at Beyond Dental and Implant Center. If you have a TMJ disorder or sleep apnea, we can help with that too. We have 2 locations in Dallas, TX and Fort Worth, TX. These locations are at 13655 Preston Rd Suite 100 Dallas, TX 75240, and at 9500 Ray White Rd Suite 105 Fort Worth, TX 76244.
Give us a call today for a consultation! You can contact our Dallas location, or our Fort Worth location. We look forward to hearing from you soon here at Beyond Dental! We serve patients from Fort Worth TX, Dallas TX, Cockrell Hill TX, Mesquite TX, Highland Park TX, Forest Hill TX, Saginaw TX, and White Settlement TX.
Orthodontics for Myofunctional disorders in the DFW area
When orthodontics is paired side by side with myofunctional therapy or orthotropic it works wonders! Orthodontics can help with improper oral posture, function with the muscles and nerves in the face, mouth, tongue thrust, and throat. At Beyond Smile we also work with conventional straight wire orthodontics, facial beauty orthotropic, and airway-focused orthodontic.
Orthodontics and Complete Health in the DFW area
People may think orthodontics is just straightening teeth, but it is much more than that. Orthodontics can help with developing forward jaws, facial balance, and symmetry, promoting an open airway, and helping develop a full smile. At beyond Smile, we help with treatment to integrate a beautiful smile with a well-working body. We work with conventional straight wire orthodontics, facial beauty orthotropic, and airway-focused orthodontic.