Braces & Clear Aligners | Sanford & Bayboro

Options Just for You

Are you local to Sanford or Bayboro? Orthodontic technology is improving around you! For over fifty years, Dr. Brian and Dr. Lynn at Smith & Smith Orthodontics have provided our communities with expert-level orthodontic care.

Straighten Your Smile

At Smith & Smith Orthodontics, we understand that orthodontic issues can affect anyone, from children and teenagers to adults. A misaligned bite (known as “malocclusion”) can lead to difficulties how you chew, your oral hygiene, and your speech.

Alignment issues can stem from genetic factors. They can also develop from habits like thumb sucking or from dental diseases, poor oral hygiene, accidents, birth defects, or other health conditions.

At our offices in Sanford and Bayboro, Dr. Brian and Dr. Lynn use the latest technology alongside their orthodontics knowledge to effectively address your concerns. At Smith & Smith Orthodontics, we specialize in treating:

  • Gaps between teeth
  • Crowded teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Crossbite
  • Protruding teeth
  • Impacted teeth

We customize each treatment plan to meet your unique needs. You deserve optimal results and a smile that’s guaranteed to turn heads.

Metal Braces & Other Options

Most patients at Smith & Smith Orthodontics opt for traditional metal braces to straighten their teeth. Metal braces are the most popular orthodontic treatment in our communities. They’re effective, reliable, and always get the job done.

However, we understand that you have particular needs and aesthetic preferences. That's why we offer a variety of orthodontic solutions. After your initial free consultation exam, Dr. Brian or Dr. Lynn will discuss the best treatment options for you.

Fixed Appliances Vs. Removable Appliances

Smith & Smith Orthodontics servies the Sanford and Bayboro areas. We commit to informing you about your treatment options. Understanding your orthodontic issues is the first step towards correction.

You deserve to know about the differences between fixed and removable appliances. Dr. Brian or Dr. Lynn attaches fixed appliances, such as braces, directly to your teeth. They remain in place until your treatment is complete.

On the other hand, when the doctors suggest a removable appliance like clear aligners, you'll wear them throughout most of the day but can remove them as needed. Many of our patients prefer the convenience of removable appliances.