Orthodontic Treatment is available for anyone, ages 7 and up. Below are a few of the treatment options and new technologies that we have available along with real Patient Stories and Frequently Asked Questions to help you on your journey.

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Early Treatment

The Orthodontic Journey to a better smile begins as early as age 7. We call this phase of treatment, "Early Treatment" or "Phase 1 Treatment." At this stage, an orthodontist can detect and diagnose early tooth and jaw problems and correct them without surgery.

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Adolescent Treatment

The most common time for orthodontic treatment usually begins between the ages of 11 and 15. By the age of 12, most of the permanent teeth have erupted and are settled in place.

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Adult Treatment

One in five orthodontic patients are actually over the age of 21. You don't need to have expensive veneers to get the perfect smile; adult orthodontics can straighten and align your own teeth so that you can look and feel fantastic.

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Innovations in Treatment Technology

Invisalign and Invisalign Teen

The Invisalign system is the virtually invisible way to straighten your teeth and achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.

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Acceledent Aura

A revolutionary breakthrough in orthodontic treatment now allows our patients to accelerate their treatment time by up to 50%. We are excited to be able to provide this cutting edge technology to our patients

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Damon Smile System

The Damon Braces System has changed the way we treat orthodontic patients. The revolutionary advancement works in less time and is significantly more comfortable than ever before.

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3D Treatment Planning

Canandaigua Smiles uses the iCAT 3D Scan to immediately produce a three-dimensional (3D) image of the jaws and teeth for all of our patients. It allows our doctors to quickly and precisely determine the exact movement of teeth for all patients.

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For more information on our services, scheduling your first appointment, insurance options or financial information, get in touch with Canandaigua Smiles by phone at 585-394-4058, or via email by filling out the short contact form on our website.