Orthodontist

By: Shohreh Sharif, D.D.S. & Associates P.C.  10/28/2015
Keywords: Braces, Clear Braces, Invisible Braces

What is the difference between early orthodontic treatment and regular orthodontic treatment, and why might my child need early treatment? How will early treatment benefit my child in the long run?

Keywords: Braces, Child Orthodontics, Clear Braces, Dental Braces, Dentist Orthodontists, Invisible Aligners, Invisible Braces, Orthodontic Treatment, Straighten Teeth

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Braces

Traditional Metal Braces, Self-Ligating Braces, Clear (Ceramic) Braces, Clear Aligners


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Laser Dentistry

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Emergency Care

You might be surprised to learn that you may be able to solve many problems yourself temporarily until you can get to our office. If there is a loose piece that you can remove, put it in a plastic bag or envelope and bring it with you to your next appointment. If your braces are poking you, put soft wax on the piece that’s sticking out. If the wire has slid to one side, you can pull it back to the other side with needle-nosed pliers, replacing it in the tube on the back tooth.


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Two Phase Treatment

Two-phase orthodontic treatment is a specialized process combining tooth straightening and physical, facial changes. The purpose of two-phase treatment is to maximize the opportunity to accomplish the ideal healthy, functional, and aesthetic result that will remain stable throughout your life.


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Pediatric Dentistry

Specializing in pediatric dentistry, Dr. Shohreh Sharif and her trained, dedicated staff can put your child at ease and ensure their oral health. Pediatric dentistry concerns the teeth and jaws of children but it’s really about heart. Dr. Sharif and the office team provide a wide range of services that reflect the diversity of children and individual dental requirements. This includes orthodontics, cavity and bite evaluations, potential surgeries and extractions, fillings, cleanings, emergenc