Number of Adults Getting Braces on the Rise
KENILWORTH, IL-There’s no arguing that straight teeth is viewed as healthy and attractive. Couple that with orthodontic advancements in recent years and it’s easy to see why so many adults are choosing braces to straighten their teeth.
According to survey data, adults make up 25 percent of orthodontic patients today. Dr. Michael Stosich, renowned orthodontist, confirms that number at his practice.
Typically when we think of those, we think of preteens and teenagers who were advised by their dentists to consult with an orthodontist as early as possible.
Many people, however, cannot afford extensive orthodontic care early in their lives. Braces can be an easy choice later in life though.
At iDentity Orthodontics, Dr. Stosich never lets finances stand in the way of treatment and takes pride in being affordable and flexible in financing.
Adults that have the financial ability to receive orthodontic treatment see it as an investment in several ways. For one, straight teeth often causes a domino effect. People are more likely to smile, leading to more confidence in all areas of life.
Dr. Stosich echoes the fact that people with a straight, beautiful smile are often more successful, intelligent and friendly. At iDentity Orthodontics, we encourage both kids and adults to seek orthodontic care if possible. By making it a priority, you can increase your quality of life in a number of ways.
Straight teeth are easier to clean, improve facial harmony and present less chance of having gum disease in the future.
Consider consulting with an orthodontist. If you believe that straight teeth can have a positive impact in your life, give us a call. Our orthodontic treatments are state-of-the-art and effective. We assure that you will love the results.
iDentity Orthodontics is a trusted provider of pediatric and adult orthodontics in the Grayslake, Kenilworth, Round Lake, Wilmette and Skokie areas. Please contact our office to learn more.
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