3333 North St., Suite C
Beaumont, TX 77706
(409) 832-2200
(409) 234-0403
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When to See An Orthodontist

At Beaumont Orthodontics, we always welcome the opportunity to discuss your teeth and oral health. If you have any concerns about your bite or the alignment of your teeth, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with our Beaumont, TX office today. Our team of experienced orthodontists can answer your questions and conduct a thorough examination to determine the best orthodontic treatment options for you. We are proud to provide quality orthodontic care to patients of all ages and offer a wide range of treatments (from braces to Invisalign) to fit the unique needs of your smile.

Correcting Common Problems

The magic of orthodontics videoSometimes an orthodontic issue can be very obvious, and other times it may be barely noticeable but still have the potential to cause problems down the road. Dr. Troy Lefort and Dr. David Reynard of Beaumont Orthodontics have a wealth of experience and have successfully treated countless patients across Beaumont and Lumberton, TX for a variety of orthodontic issues.

If you suffer from any of the following conditions, we encourage you to contact our Beaumont office to book an appointment with one of our skilled orthodontists now.

  • Difficulty biting, chewing, or speaking
  • Teeth that are clearly protruding, misplaced, or crowded
  • Mouth breathing
  • Grinding or clenching teeth
  • Frequently shifting jaw
  • Inability to comfortably close your mouth

Types of Treatment

Our orthodontists are proud to offer a wide array of orthodontic treatment options. Not only do we offer traditional braces, but we also utilize Invisalign, gold braces and clarity braces. We will discuss all of the options available to you during your initial consultation.

Orthodontic Care for Children

 Orthodontic Problems.The team at Beaumont Orthodontics adheres to the recommendations set forth by the American Academy of Orthodontists, which advises that children receive an initial examination by a professional orthodontist by the age of seven. At this age it is easy for your orthodontist to observe the growth patterns in your child’s mouth, and view any potential problems that may develop down the line. This is a great opportunity to enhance your child’s future oral and dental health, as most conditions are much easier to treat if they are caught during the early stages of development.

 Orthodontic Appliance Options.Depending on you child’s unique situation, our office may not recommend treatment until a later age. Some children still need room for growth and development, and more time to loose remaining baby teeth and grow permanent teeth.

Dr. Lefort and Dr. Reynard can tell you the best time to start orthodontic care, and will continue to monitor your child after his or her initial visit to our Beaumont, TX office. If you have any concerns about your child’s teeth, please don’t hesitate to call us in the meantime. Some common problems that may warrant a visit to your orthodontist include:

  • Thumb sucking
  • Early or late loss of the baby teeth
  • Tongue thrusting
  • Mouth breathing

In many cases, the initial consultation will help your orthodontist determine a plan of action for your child’s orthodontic treatment. We may be able to start braces right away, or we may recommend waiting a year or two so the jaw and teeth have more time to develop. You can expect full and open communication from us throughout the entire process.

Contact Beaumont Orthodontics Today

To schedule an appointment for you or your child, please contact our Beaumont, TX office today. We look forward to helping you achieve your dental goals and gain confidence with a straight, healthy smile. Call us at (409) 832-2200.

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