Crooked Teeth Greenwood, IN

Crooked teeth can prevent patients from sharing their beautiful smiles. Children and adult patients can benefit from straightening their crooked teeth. No patient is “too old” to realign their teeth. Dr. Goris offers discreet treatment options for achieving a straight, confident smile.

A common cosmetic concern, crooked teeth may also impact the functional aspect of the bite. Treating crooked teeth can help realign the alignment of the jaw for a more comfortable and functional bite.

Crooked Teeth Impact Oral Health

Straight teeth help to support better overall oral health. Crooked teeth may be difficult to properly clean and can increase the risk of developing oral health-related disease. Patients with crooked teeth may experience:

  • Jaw or facial pain
  • Increase of cavities development
  • Difficulty or painful chewing
  • Poor oral hygiene
  • Frequent headaches

Patients with crooked teeth should seek treatment to realign their bite for a healthier, more comfortable smile. No patient is ever too old to correct their misaligned teeth. Patients who choose to treat their crooked teeth enjoy improved oral health that supports long term function and comfort of their bite.
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Treating Crooked Teeth Greenwood, IN

Dr. Goris is a Greenwood, IN Invisalign provider with advanced training in the use of clear aligners to correct tooth misalignment. Invisalign is ideal for addressing mild to moderate orthodontic concerns in teen and adult patients.  Discreet, comfortable custom fabricated aligners are worn in progression to gradually shift teeth back into proper alignment without the stigma of bulky, unsightly metal braces.

A comprehensive and personalized dental health exam will help Dr. Goris determine if Invisalign is right for you. Beautiful Smiles in Greenwood offers cosmetic treatment options for crooked teeth. For patients with more complex orthodontic concerns that affect the structure of their jaw or bite, Dr. Goris may refer them to a local orthodontist for more advanced treatment.