Is Adult Orthodontic Treatment Right for You?

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When you are an adult debating on whether orthodontic treatment is right for you, that means more than likely you fall into one of two categories. The first is you had braces or ortho treatment as a child between ages 7 & 18 and you stopped wearing your retainer after treatment or not at all! The other category is you never underwent ortho care as a child and are looking to straighten out your teeth later in life as an adult. Either way, receiving orthodontic treatment as an adult allows you to correct lingering issues you’ve been dealing with for years, while also allowing to do so on your terms with the right financing that works for you.

Zaytoun Orthodontics offers a variety of treatment options specifically for adults who want to straighten their teeth and look their best! Dr Zaytoun Jr and Mary Paula Zaytoun Steele believe you are never too old to straighten your teeth and get the best smile possible.

The most popular option as an adult is Invisalign©. The Invisalign© technology allows for patients to wear clear aligners that are:

  • Invisible to the eye
  • Comfortable to wear
  • Allows to be taken out when eating which is enormously convenient!

Not only that, but you can see progress all throughout treatment knowing you are on your way to a perfect smile! All a patient needs to achieve greatness through Invisalign© is to wear their aligners 21 to 22 hours a day. Thirty percent of the adult population that is in orthodontic care is straightening their teeth through the use of Invisalign©.

If you have a tooth that is creeping out, or a bite that is over or under where it should be, come into one of Zaytoun Orthodontics 3 locations (Raleigh, Cary, Garner) for a free consultation. Our team believes in making every patient a part of the Zaytoun family-One smile at a time!

Call us today! 919-782-6911

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