Orthodontics by Park West Dental Care in Idaho Falls ID
Young woman and her Idaho Falls dentists

Teeth-alignment problems are not only a cosmetic concern — they can also lead to oral- and whole health-related issues such as gum disease, tooth decay, difficulty chewing, and chronic headaches. At Park West Dental, Idaho Falls, ID  dentists, Drs. Drake and Jacobson, detect potential alignment issues as early as possible in order to best protect your overall health and quality of life, then identifies the best orthodontic solution to treat it.

What Is Orthodontics?

Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that corrects a vast array of dental conditions such as crowding, protruding/poorly spaced teeth, overbites, underbites, and other misalignments. Like orthodontists, Drs. Drake and Jacobson, have extensive experience realigning crooked, overlapping, and gapped teeth using orthodontics, and they can prevent potentially serious problems from occurring. This allows the patient to receive convenient treatment from their dentists and potentially avoid the inconvenience of having to be referred to an orthodontist.

Park West Dental ’s Orthodontics

The term “orthodontics” most likely evokes images of silver and gray wired braces attached to a teenager’s teeth, along with an endless number of trips to the orthodontist. But modern-day orthodontics allow us to provide some teeth-straightening orthodontic treatments — most of which are clear or nearly invisible — along with routine, restorative, and cosmetic care. Our orthodontic treatments include:

Six Month Smiles®: Clear braces that allow you to achieve a straighter smile in only six months
Invisalign®: A series of clear, removable aligners that straighten your teeth over the course of 12 months



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For more information about our orthodontics, call 208.932.4607 to schedule a consultation with our Idaho Falls, ID dental office, and take one step closer to a straighter smile today!