We welcome all new patients and treat you as family in our practice. With services ranging from general dentistry to cosmetic smile makeovers, we work with children, teenagers, and adults.
Your first visit to Sunrise Mountain Dental & Orthodontics will enable you to have a greater understanding of your own dental health. You will also get to know the awesome team who will be serving you. You will be given a comprehensive oral examination that includes X-rays and photographs of your teeth. The Dentist will then discuss the findings of the exam with you. This is a great time to ask any questions you would like. Our goal is to provide you with an enjoyable experience where you are an active participant in your own dental health and confident in your own customized treatment plan.
Orthodontists are dentists who have additional education and specialized training in the diagnosis, prevention, and correction of malpositioned teeth and the jaws. Orthodontics is a specialty within dentistry that focuses on correcting bites, occlusion, and the straightness of teeth.
You or your child may be referred to an Orthodontist in Calico Ridge, NV for a variety of reasons. Some of which can include speech difficulties, an abnormal or misshapen bite, teeth or jaw, grinding, clenching, or other oral difficulties.
Depending on the needs and situation of the patient, a jaw alignment may be needed by way of braces or another orthodontic appliance.
Sunrise Mountain Dental and Orthodontics in Calico Ridge, NV will prescribe braces to patients who are looking to straighten teeth or correct bad bites. They may be used with other orthodontic appliances prescribed to widen the palate or jaw, or to shape the teeth and jaw. Individual treatment time varies by patient, with an average treatment around two years.
We offer both fixed and removeable braces (also known as aligners). Your Orthodontist in Calico Ridge, NV will recommend the type that is best suited for you.
Your Orthodontist will recommend a treatment path and answer your questions after reviewing your dental x-rays and performing a thorough exam of your teeth, gums, supporting bone structure, and any pre-existing dental work.