The Canadian and American Associations of Orthodontists recommend children see an orthodontist for the first time at age seven. While they’ll probably still have most of their baby teeth, it’s important to take a preventative approach and catch any issues early. This can mean avoiding tooth extractions and surgery later in life.

Dr. Lee will examine your little one’s mouth and make sure their dental and facial development are on track. Usually children won’t need braces immediately. Instead, she’ll monitor them and let you know when it’s time for treatment.

Orthodontic Appliances

Preventative and proactive approach can allow problems to be uncovered before they become serious, enabling faster and easier treatment.

Metal Braces

Metal braces consist of stainless steel brackets and wire that is held in place with elastics. You can choose the color of your rubber bands to inject a little of your personal style into the process.

Invisalign Teen

With Invisalign Teen you can straighten your teeth and continue to smile for your selfies all while your orthodontic treatment flies under the radar.

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Your kids probably have enough on their plate without having to stress about their smile. Let them focus on being a teen, while we focus on their teeth.


Not only will straight teeth give you a necessary boost in self-esteem, treating malocclusion in adults can ward off gum disease, tooth loss, jaw pain, headaches and problems with speech and chewing. We’ve got options for you.
If issues do exist, Phase I braces or appliances may be recommended to guide the growth of your child’s teeth and jaws. This can mean much easier treatment as a teen or adult. If this is the case, Dr. Lee will be by your side every step of the way.