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Other Treatments


Girl holding her retainersAt Senestraro Family Orthodontics we offer other treatments that compliment your orthodontic care.

Post Orthodontic Care


Most people think orthodontic treatment is over after they get their braces off or finish their series of aligner trays. However, keeping your teeth in their proper position is just as important as moving them there. For this reason, the use of a retainer after your treatment is complete is crucial.
Read more about how to care for your teeth after orthodontic treatment.

Retainers


Protecting your investment is almost as important as the treatment itself. A retainer is a critical appliance that will keep your teeth in their proper position. Without it, your teeth will slowly shift back out of alignment. Unfortunately, your periodontal ligaments will want to move your teeth back to where they were before. Over time, these ligaments will "lock" your teeth in place with the use of a retainer.
Read more why it's important to wear a retainer.

Space Maintainers


If your child has recently lost a baby (primary) tooth due to trauma, injury, or any other unexpected reason, they may need an orthodontic appliance known as a space maintainer. A space maintainer can help establish a strong foundation for your child’s oral health that follows them into adulthood.
Find out why your child might need space maintainers.

Impacted Canines


If you have an impacted tooth, it doesn't necessarily mean that a tooth is infected, although sometimes that can happen. An impacted tooth is stuck inside your gum or jawbone. Sometimes, canine teeth get because it is being blocked by another tooth. Sometimes, the canine teeth refuse to erupt and take their place on top of your gumline.
Read about how impacted canines are treated.

Orthognathic (Jaw) Surgery


Our jaw is perhaps the most overlooked aspect of our oral health. If you suffer from jaw-related problems, you may qualify for orthognathic surgery. Orthognathic, or corrective jaw surgery, typically addresses the intricacies of occlusion (the way your teeth fit together).
Read more about when jaw surgery is necessary for orthodontic treatment.

Schedule Your Consultation Appointment


Regardless of your situation, our orthodontic treatment can give you a more beautiful smile and improve your oral health. If you would like to learn more call (503) 446-5815 and schedule a consultation appointment today.
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