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Why is Orthodontic Treatment Necessary?

Many patients are worried that their braces will interfere with their life and get in the way of their enjoyment.This is partly because many people do not realize how much difference orthodontic treatment can improve their lives.

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What Are The Different Types of Braces?

If you’re doing research to see if braces might be a good fit for you or a loved one, then you’ve probably noticed there’s quite a few options out there. It can all feel a bit overwhelming to sort through, but having a large variety of options is also good news! Now, patients have more options than ever before, which means it’s easier than ever to find an approach that suits your lifestyle, preferences, and budget.

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How Fast Do Damon Braces Work?

With so many orthodontic treatment options available today, patients may feel overwhelmed when determining the best course of action for their smile. Treatment time is often cited as a key metric for those just beginning their smile journey, and that’s why we offer Damon System Braces®. In this blog post, we’ll cover what exactly the Damon System is – and how its revolutionary technology can shorten the average treatment time.

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Damon® Vs. Traditional Braces: Which is Better?

Discover how Damon Braces self-ligating technology stack up against traditional braces. Come join the many people across Western North Carolina enjoying a more balanced and natural smile with Damon Braces. Book a free in-person or virtual smile assessment to learn more.

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What Can and Can’t Invisalign® Fix?

At Black Orthodontics, we’ve helped many people across Western North Carolina address their orthodontic issues with Invisalign. Find out if Invisalign is right for you, and learn more about other treatment options we offer, by scheduling a free in-office or virtual consultation.

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Phone:   8282777103

E-mail: info@kblacksmiles.com 

5 Yorkshire St | Suite A
Asheville, NC 28803