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Yes! It is common in other offices to charge more for Invisalign clear aligners, but here, the treatment fee quoted to you for your specific smile will be the same no matter if you choose traditional braces brackets, clear top braces brackets, or Invisalign clear aligners.
Yes! You can take out the trays to eat, brush and floss.
Yes! More than 9 million people worldwide have been treated with Invisalign, and in the hands of the right doctor, Invisalign can perform many of the same functions as braces.
Yes! A great smile leads to enhanced confidence, but most importantly, straight teeth are healthy teeth.
Crowded or poorly aligned teeth can lead to trapped food particles and tooth decay, extra wearing where the bite puts extra stress on tooth surfaces, and even breathing problems associated with blocked airway passages.
We can help with all of these issues!
Yes! We set everyone up with no-interest payment plans and automatic payments for your convenience.
We accept all insurance plans and will check for you at your first appointment what your dental insurance plan will cover and take that into consideration when setting up your payment options sheet. We are also PPO for many of the main insurance providers in Nebraska.
There is a payment-in-full discount and we offer a family discount as well.
Once you start your plan, everything is included. Every visit you need, after-hours care or questions if ever needed, soft tissue laser recontouring or cosmetic tooth reshaping if necessary, one round of retainers at the end of treatment, even extended to checkup visits up to a year after treatment is all at no extra charge.
Orthodontic treatment improves your smile and your health. A great smile improves your appearance, and also leads to enhanced confidence. But most importantly, straight teeth are healthy teeth.
Poorly arranged teeth can break easily and trap food particles that cause tooth decay and gum disease. People with crooked teeth generally have heightened risks for cavities and gum problems because the teeth are harder to clean and place extra stress on the other teeth, as well as the gums and jaw.
Crooked teeth are also harder to clean so that people with crooked teeth tend to have more cavities and gum problems than people who have orthodontic treatment. Crooked teeth wear in ways that they should not. This puts extra stress on your teeth, gums and jaw which can lead to problems later on.
A lesser known risk with crooked teeth is the possibility of breathing problems. As you get older the roof your mouth can sometimes partially block the air passages in your nose. If you have orthodontic treatment you can avoid this possibility.
A Board Certified Orthodontist (like Dr. Robert Schoettger) is a person who has completed a comprehensive written examination covering all phases of orthodontic and dentofacial orthopedic care. They also demonstrate actual accomplishment in patient care, with detailed reports on the treatment provided for a broad range of patient problems.
A Board Certified Orthodontist achieves the title of Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics.