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Transform Your Smile with the Top Orthodontist in Hamilton

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Are you seeking to enhance your smile and boost your confidence? Look no further than 860 Dental, the leading orthodontist in Hamilton, dedicated to providing exceptional dental care tailored to your needs.

Our team of experienced orthodontists utilizes state-of-the-art techniques and cutting-edge technology to achieve outstanding results. Whether you're dealing with misaligned teeth, overcrowding, or bite issues, we offer personalized treatment plans to address your specific concerns.

Our orthodontics go beyond just straightening teeth; we focus on improving oral health and function, ensuring long-lasting results and a radiant smile you'll be proud to show off. Plus, our convenient location in Hamilton makes it easy for patients from across the area to access quality orthodontic care.

Schedule your appointment today and take the first step towards achieving the ideal smile with the leading orthodontist in Hamilton.

Orthodontic Services in Hamilton

At 860 Dental, we understand the importance of a straight and healthy smile. We offer complete orthodontic services to help you achieve the smile you've always wanted. Whether you're dealing with crooked teeth, overcrowding, or bite issues, our experienced orthodontists will work with you to develop a personalized treatment strategy. We offer services for braces and Invisalign.

Benefits of Orthodontic Services:

  • Improved oral health: Straighter teeth are easier to wash and maintain, reducing the risk of cavities, gum disease, and other oral health issues. You can relish a healthier smile for years by addressing alignment issues through orthodontic treatment.

  • Enhanced aesthetics: A straight and symmetrical smile can significantly improve your appearance and self-confidence. With orthodontic services, you can attain the smile of your dreams and feel proud to show it off.

  • Increased confidence: Whether at work, socializing with friends, or posing for a photo, a confident smile can make all the difference. Investing in orthodontic treatment lets you feel more comfortable and self-assured, knowing your smile looks its best.

Common Orthodontic Issues

Some common orthodontic issues and their treatment

  • Overbite:
    It happens when the upper front teeth overlap excessively over the lower front teeth. This can lead to concerns with chewing, speech impediments, and even jaw pain. 

    • Treatment: In severe cases, orthognathic surgery may be necessary to correct the misalignment and achieve optimal dental function.

  • Underbite:
    It occurs when the lower front teeth protrude past the upper front teeth. This condition can result in difficulty chewing, speech difficulties, and uneven wear of tooth enamel. 

    • Treatment: It involves braces or clear aligners gradually shifting the teeth into proper alignment. 

  • Crowding:
    Crowding refers to insufficient space within the jaw for all teeth to align properly. This can lead to overlaying or rotated teeth, challenging oral hygiene maintenance and increasing the risk of tooth decay and gum disease. 

    • Treatment: Include braces or aligners to create space and gradually align the teeth correctly. In some cases, extraction of one or more teeth may be required to relieve crowding and achieve optimal alignment.

  • Open bite:
    ​It happens when the upper and lower teeth do not coincide when the mouth is closed, leaving a gap between them. This condition can cause difficulties biting and chewing certain foods and speech impediments. 

    • Treatment: Open bites may involve orthodontic appliances, such as braces or aligners, and behavioural interventions to address habits contributing to the condition.

Regular check-ups play an important role in helping patients maintain good orthodontic health. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

How Orthodontics Treatment Works

The orthodontics treatment process

  • Initial consultation: Our skilled orthodontists will analyze your dental health, discuss your concerns, and understand your treatment goals during this appointment. We'll also take X-rays, photographs, and imprints of your teeth to create a complete treatment plan.

  • Customized treatment plan: At 860 Dental, we develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your orthodontic needs and desired outcomes. Whether you're dealing with crooked teeth, bite issues, or overcrowding, our team will craft a roadmap to achieve your dream smile.

  • Application of orthodontic devices: Once your personalized treatment plan is finalized, our orthodontists may recommend various orthodontic devices such as braces, clear aligners, or retainers. 

  • Periodic adjustments: Throughout the process, you'll visit our clinic for periodic adjustments to ensure your treatment stays on track. Our skilled orthodontists will modify your orthodontic devices during these appointments, ensuring they effectively guide your teeth into their ideal positions.

Why Choose 860 Dental?

  • Experienced and professional orthodontists and hygienists

  • Cutting-edge equipment

  • Relaxing atmosphere

  • Convenient appointments


Some FAQs are answered below!

  • What should I do if I face a dental emergency outside of regular office hours?
    If you experience a dental emergency outside our regular office hours, please call our emergency line for assistance.
  • How do I know if my dental issue is an emergency?
    If you are experiencing excruciating pain, swelling, bleeding, or have a damaged tooth, it's best to seek emergency dental care. Contact us for guidance on your specific situation.
  • Can I walk in for emergency dental care, or I need an appointment?
    While we recommend calling ahead for an appointment, we accept walk-ins for emergency dental care.
  • Do you accept insurance for emergency dental services?
    Yes, we accept most dental insurance schemes. Please bring your insurance information with you to your appointment for verification.
  • What should I do if I knock out a tooth?
    If you knock out a tooth, gently rinse it with water; be careful not to remove any attached tissue. Place the tooth back in its socket or store it in milk or saliva until you can see a dentist.
  • How can I prevent dental emergencies?
    To prevent dental emergencies, practice good oral hygiene, wear a mouthguard during sports, avoid chewing complex objects, and see your dentist regularly for check-ups.

Visit our education page to learn more.

Ready to Transform Your Smile?

Transform your smile with our reliable orthodontists in Hamilton at 860 Dental. 

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