The American Association of Orthodontists estimates that approximately 4 million Americans are currently wearing braces. If you or your child have crooked, crowded, or missing teeth, traditional braces can restore your smile and confidence. At Hunt Orthodontics, Todd Hunt, DDS, and his team offer patients access to a variety of orthodontic treatments, including traditional braces. With three locations in Muskegon, North Muskegon, and Fremont, Michigan, access is easy. To learn more about your options for braces, schedule an appointment online or by phone today.
If you think you’re too old to achieve the smile of your dreams, it may be time to think again. Thanks to modern orthodontic treatments, such as clear braces, restoring your pearly whites to their original condition is easier than ever. Todd Hunt, DDS, is proud to offer his patients access to clear braces at Hunt Orthodontics. He has three convenient offices in Muskegon, North Muskegon, and Fremont, Michigan. Schedule a consultation online or by phone today to learn more about clear braces.
If you dream of having a straight, white smile you can show off to the world without resorting to brackets, wires, or rubber bands, then Invisalign® clear aligners may be the perfect solution. At Hunt Orthodontics in Muskegon, North Muskegon, and Fremont, Michigan, Todd Hunt, DDS, and his team offer this safe, effective, noninvasive orthodontic technology. To learn more about the benefits of Invisalign, schedule a consultation online or by phone today.
Early Orthodontic Treatment
As your child’s adult teeth start coming in, you may notice issues such as gaps or overcrowding. Left untreated, these issues can cause oral health problems into adulthood. Todd Hunt, DDS, and his team at Hunt Orthodontics in Muskegon, North Muskegon, and Fremont, Michigan, improve the lives and health of children by offering appropriate early orthodontic treatment. Schedule a consultation online or by phone today to learn more about protecting your child’s oral health.
There are three basic types of retainers available today; each works best in particular situations. The most common type of retainer used is the “Essix” retainer – A thin, clear, plastic retainer, worn mostly at night. The next most commonly used retainer is a permanent bonded wire (primarily bonded to the inside of the lower front teeth.) A third type of retainer is a “Hawley” retainer, which is also removable, and can be worn full time.