Braces & Invisalign | Syracuse, Ogden & Salt Lake City
Get the Treatment That’s Right for You
When you trust the talented staff at Coleman Orthodontics to treat your smile, you can rest assured that you’ll get the high-quality care you deserve.
Much more than closing a gap or fixing a few crooked teeth, orthodontic treatment builds your confidence and self-esteem while helping you maintain a proper bite to ensure oral health for years to come.
Flexible treatment options at our conveniently-located Syracuse office make it easier than ever for Dr. Brett Coleman to help you find your forever smile.
Straighten Your Smile
Dr. Coleman pairs cutting-edge tech with years of experience moving teeth. This helps us successfully treat many dental issues, like:
- Crowded teeth
- Gaps between teeth
- Protruding teeth
- Impacted teeth
Customize Your Smile With Metal Braces & Other Options
Most patients we treat at Coleman Orthodontics choose traditional metal braces to straighten their teeth. Our metal braces are fully customizable with our colorful bands and brackets! Style them out with whatever color your heart desires or opt for clear braces for a low profile look. Braces have never been this easy to integrate into your life.
While metal braces are the most common type of orthodontic treatment for our Syracuse patients, you have other options, too. After your first free consultation exam, Dr. Coleman will help you choose the best treatment for you based on your unique needs and smile goals.
Fixed vs. Removable Appliances
At Coleman Orthodontics, we believe you should be fully educated when it comes to your treatment. It’s important to understand the difference between fixed and removable appliances.
Fixed appliances, like braces, are attached to your teeth and aren’t removed until you complete your treatment.
Removable appliances, like clear aligners, are worn most of your day, but you can take them off easily.
Besides the obvious differences, Coleman Orthodontics uses clear aligners to treat mild to moderate orthodontic problems. Dr. Coleman generally recommends fixed appliances for comprehensive and serious treatment.