INNOVATIVE. NATURAL. KID-FRIENDLY.
NEO New Early Orthodontics is committed to improving the oral health of children of all ages. Our new and enlightened approach to children’s dentistry can help your child obtain beautiful, straight teeth in a natural fashion, without the use of traditional braces and invasive surgeries. When you visit our family-friendly NEO facility, we will take the time to ensure your child is comfortable before properly examining their face, tongue, lips and teeth for potential issues.
Utilizing the latest and safest technology available today, we are proud to offer our patients a variety of natural treatment solutions including Myobrace, Invisalign and Invisalign Teen to help them achieve the smile they have always wanted. If you are interested in learning more about our natural approach to improving children's overall health or our franchise opportunities, contact us today!
"At NEO New Early Orthodontics we offer our patients more than just straight teeth.
We treat the whole body with life changing results."
Our first priority is the overall health, growth and functional stability of your child. The NEO approach looks at kids no matter what the age. There is no need for surgery, extractions or other difficult invasive procedures. In addition, we will always make sure to achieve a beautiful natural smile using Myobrace, Invisalign Teen or braces. Keep in mind that our Early Orthodontic approach increases stability, often minimizing or even eliminating the need for traditional braces and retainers.
Did you know...
that crooked teeth are typically a sign of a much bigger problem? When we start to see signs of crooked teeth it usually means that the jaw is not growing properly. Bad oral habits, like not swallowing the right way and breathing through the mouth, are the main causes of crooked teeth and jaws. The forces of the tongue, cheeks, and lips combined with these bad oral habits can have a big effect on how teeth are positioned, as well as how jaws grow.
A normal top jaw grows properly when the tongue rests in the correct position, which is in the roof of your mouth. If your tongue does not rest in the roof of your mouth, the top jaw and airway will become too narrow, so the teeth will not have enough room to grow straight and breathing will be compromised.