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Treatment options

Metal braces, clear braces, Invisalign, and lingual braces

Dr. Seuss and his team take their time to go over all the best treatment options for your individual needs.  What is the best choice for you?  Seuss Orthodontics will determine the best choice for you.  Whether Invisalign, Metal braces or Lingual Braces, you will receive the smile of your dreams!

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Metal Braces

Metal braces are the most common type. They are made of high-grade stainless steel. Today's metal braces are smaller, more comfortable, and more attractive.


The Invisalign system is a series of clear overlay templates—called aligners—that have been generated by computer simulation to gradually move the teeth. This system is available to adult and teen patients with certain orthodontic bite problems. Ask us if you are a candidate for the Invisalign system. 

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Ceramic Braces
Ceramic braces are made of translucent (clear) material. They are most popular with adult patients, due to their cosmetic appeal.


Lingual Braces

Lingual braces are not your ordinary "tin-grin" appliances; they are attached to the back side of the teeth, which makes them completely invisible. This advanced method makes lingual orthodontics particularly well-suited for adults, who often want to improve the look and function of their teeth without letting anyone else know about their treatment. Lingual brackets are attached to the back side  of the teeth, which have their own unique shape-unlike the front of each tooth, which is fairly uniform among all people. Standard brackets are mass-produced, but each lingual bracket must be custom-formed to the unique shape of each individual tooth, providing for the ultimate in comfort and care.


AcceleDent Aura

AcceleDent Aura is a simple-to-use, hands-free device designed to accelerate tooth movement - with only 20 minutes daily use.

How does AcceleDent® Aura work?

Through the use of gentle micro-pulses,  called SoftPulse Technology®, bone remodeling is accelerated, allowing teeth to move up to 50% faster.

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