Orthodontic Services and Treatments
Benefits of Orthodontic Treatment
Early evaluation gives the opportunity, when appropriate, to guide jaw growth, correct harmful habits, lower the risk of injury to protruded teeth, guide permanent teeth into more favorable conditions, and provide more space for the permanent teeth.
Because straighter teeth can lead to:
- Healthier Gums
- Easier Cleanings
- Improved Chewing and Speech
- Decreased Risk of Dental Trauma and Abnormal Wear
- More Beautiful Smiles
We Specialize in:
- Orthodontic Services for Adolescents and Adults
- Early (Interceptive) Orthodontics
- Treatment of cleft palate and other cranio–facial anomalies
- Clear or metal braces
- Convenient Office Hours
- Flexible Payment Options
- No Charge for Initial Consultation
- Saturday and Evening Appointments
Improved profiles… for a more youthful look at any age
Your age is not a factor as long as the bone and gum tissue surrounding your teeth are healthy. Orthodontic treatments can be successful at any age and adults especially appreciate the benefits of a beautiful smile.
Call our office today and make an appointment to learn more about orthodontic treatments.
Brick NJ Office 732–477–1808 or in Colts Neck NJ at 732–761–9700
Dr. Young also offers other cosmetic services to bring out the natural beauty of a person’s face. Some of these services include Jurvederm and Botox injections which can take years off of your face.
Dr. Young is a complete facial aesthetics provider and is certified by The American Academy of Facial Esthetics.
Do you have a problem with sleeping?
The non-invasive solution Oral appliances are safe, non-invasive effective treatments for snoring and mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea. They are solely recommended to patients who have severe sleep apnea who have tried but cannot wear C-PAP. The Oral Appliance is a small plastic device that fits in the mouth during sleep like a sports mouth guard or orthodontic retainer. Oral appliances help prevent the collapse of the tongue and soft tissues in the back of the throat, keeping the airway open during sleep to promote adequate air flow. Oral appliances may be used alone or in combination with other treatments for sleep-related breathing disorders, such as weight management. Read More