Choosing the Right Orthodontist

We encourage your desire to seek the best possible orthodontic care for yourself and your loved ones. Orthodontic treatment is a long-term relationship between your family, the doctor, and the entire orthodontic team. It is important to match yourself to a practice that offers quality clinical care and attentive customer service where you will be completely comfortable.

For many of our new patients, choosing the right orthodontist team is a new experience. These important considerations will guide you as you make your selection and help you to make the best investment in your smile.

Is the doctor an orthodontic specialist?

Yes! Each orthodontic specialist at SnodgrassKing has had 2-3 years of post-graduated training to earn an orthodontic degree after dental school.

Why choose SnodgrassKing Orthodontics?

SnodgrassKing is committed to staying abreast of the most current research in orthodontics. The practice of orthodontics is constantly changing with new and improved materials and techniques. It is essential that the whole team regularly attend continuing education meetings. From the moment you contact our office to your first retainer check appointment, your experience at SnodgrassKing is about customer satisfaction. Our goal is not only make sure you achieve the best smile, but that you leave our office after every appointment certain of the fact you have received the best possible patient care.

Does the office complete a computerized cephalometric analysis of the x-rays?

A state-of-the-art diagnostic process is essential in understand the jaw relationship of each patient in order to create an excellent result. The Dolphin Imaging program is the digital cephalometric program that SnodgrassKing uses to predict and analyze jaw relationships, growth potential, and treatment outcomes.

What does our investment include?

All charges should be included in your treatment fee that is quoted at your examination. Your orthodontic treatment fee includes the complete treatment, initial records (photos, x-rays, and models), progress records during treatment, final records at the end of treatment, one set of retainers when the braces are removed, and periodic visits during the retention period.

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