Smile and forgive; it’s the only way to live


Seeing your children smile is something that makes a mother’s heart light up. A child who sees his or her mother smile enjoys those smiles just as much as the mother enjoys her child’s smiles. While the beauty if the smile is in the eye of the beholder, there are some people who don’t like to smile because they have crooked teeth. King Orthodontics can help people with crooked teeth to get that straight smile by using Invisalign.

Mothers of Young Children

Even the most subtle changes in a mother’s appearance can cause young children to become distressed. For some children, even something as simple as Mom wearing a new hairstyle is upsetting. Those children probably wouldn’t be able to handle seeing Mom wear metal braces because those braces would make Mom’s smile different. But, does that mean that Mom shouldn’t visit an orthodontist to get her teeth straightened? No, it means that Mom might want to consider Invisalign since this process uses clear braces that don’t dramatically alter Mom’s look all at once.

Teenagers and Young Adults

When a teen’s teeth are crooked, other teens might make fun of them or bully them. Gone are the days when they had to be called “brace face” or “metal mouth” because teens can use these clear braces, too. A trip to the orthodontist can help teens and their parents explore the Invisalign Teen procedure to determine if the process is something that would work for the teen’s busy life. Clear braces would mean no metal braces for sporting events, school pictures, special events, or other activities.

Getting the smile of your dreams or your teen’s dreams starts with a trip to King Orthodontics. Give us a call today to make an initial appointment for the orthodontic treatment that works with your lifestyle.

King Orthodontics, 400 East Dayton, Yellow Springs Rd. Fairborn, OH 45324 Phone: (937) 878-1561 Fax: (937) 433-9530

King Orthodontics – 6460 Far Hills Ave, Centerville, Dayton, OH 45459 Phone: 937 433 0830

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