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William Cote

Had partials made for top to bottom was very well. Took in care of and will recommend many to come here. Dr Mandela was exceptional great. No pain and I am very pleased with my outcome.

- Manchester, CT

Donald Sabol

I would recommend to anyone. The courteous staff of Dr. dental is very knowledgeable and skillful.

- Chelsea, MA

Micheal Basta

Excellent Services.

- Manchester, NH

Jasmine Weygant

Both of my daughters are patients in your office and we are all very pleased with our treatment. The staff are very kind and welcoming. We look forward to coming back. Thank you for accepting us as patients of Dr. Dental.

- Clifton, NJ

Destinee Silva

I Love Dr Dental. I don’t know what I would do if I never met you all. Love you all.

- Waterbury, CT

Patrille Pruter

Everyone was very nice. Dr Patel and Linda were both friendly and answered my questions. The lady who took my X-ray was very good. Would come back.

- Lowell, MA

Mateo Maria

Love the services. Open Communication. Well treated. Customer service is a plus. We liked Dr Mandela, Linda and also Jasmine for people to communicate with. Looking forward to continue coming to this office and also i will recommend other family members and friends to come here and visit.

- Edison, NJ

David Johnson

My son loves coming here. He says all the staff are so nice and that he really likes doctor Shobia.

- Hackensack, NJ

June Fischer

I hadn’t been to the dentist in 10 years so I was really scared when I came in and the staff and doctor Shobia were great! I will definitely come back!

- Bridgeport, CT

Charles Lavigne

1st  Visit went well. Staff was thorough & Efficient, friendly and Professional.

- Boston, MA

Tonya Stancil

Wonderful Service!

- Lyndhurst, NJ

Susan Kasedde

Always such wonderful personal care. We come here as a family and would never change.

- Norwalk, CT


Orthodontic treatment helps ensure proper function and create healthy, beautiful smiles. Teeth that are misaligned are harder to clean and maintain as well as can cause abnormal wearing of tooth enamel which can lead to extensive and expensive dental procedures.
They are the dental professionals with the skills and experience to best treat orthodontic problems. Aligning teeth to function properly and look great, too, is what an orthodontic specialist does best
Most problems are inherited – such as crowding, spacing, protrusion, extra or missing teeth and some jaw growth problems. Others can be a result of thumb- or finger-sucking, dental disease, accidents, the early or late loss of baby teeth or other causes.
You are a partner in the process. Keep appointments, maintain oral hygiene, follow care instructions and continue to see your primary dentist.
The best time for treatment is when an orthodontic problem arises, but as a general rule, age 7 is an ideal time to get an evaluation. There is usually an optimal time in your child’s life to achieve the best results, so you won't regret getting an early consultation from an orthodontic specialist.
Age doesn’t matter. The key factor in determining a good candidate for treatment is the health of teeth and gums.
It depends on the complexity of the case and what the patient wants to achieve. A short-term touch up can be as little as several months while comprehensive treatment could last several years.
Orthodontic specialists customize both treatments and fees. After a face-to-face consultation, you can determine what type of treatment, appliances and results might work best for you. A flexible payment plan, which can include dental insurances, FSAs and HSAs, may be used to construct an affordable plan.
Many of today's orthodontic treatments are designed to minimize the appearance of the appliance and better fit an adult lifestyle. Keep in mind, limiting your treatment options may limit your results. Whether it is clear braces, braces behind your teeth or clear aligners, you have discreet choices to help achieve your desired result.
Certainly. You can still sing, play an instrument, dine out, kiss and do almost anything. Some temporary adjustments may be necessary, but most patients adapt quickly.
It will depend on the treatment recommendation, but the average is once every six weeks during active treatment.
Yes! Orthodontic treatment can properly align your teeth and create the proper space for future dental procedures like veneers, crowns, implants, etc.
It is imperative to have a periodontal (gum) check up with either a periodontist or your general dentist to make sure that your mouth is a good candidate for treatment.
Treatment is more comfortable than ever, thanks to new techniques and appliances. Discomfort, if any, is shortlived and can be managed with overthe-counter analgesics.
Early diagnosis is the key to better treatment. Delaying an orthodontic consultation can lead to extended treatment times, cause a potential problem to get worse and limit results.
  • Guide permanent teeth into a more favorable position
  • Guide permanent teeth into a more favorable position
  • Correct harmful oral habits
  • Reduce the severity of the case and subsequent future treatment
  • Improve your child’s bite and selfconfidence
The best time for treatment is when an orthodontic problem arises, but as a general rule, age 7 is an ideal time to get an evaluation.

AAO orthodontic specialists have the skills and training to detect warning signs and can offer the best treatment at the right age. There is usually an optimal time in your child’s life to achieve the best results, so you won't regret getting an early consultation.
Brush after every meal or snack. If you can't brush, make sure to at least rinse your mouth with water. Floss at least once a day. Make sure your teeth are thoroughly clean before bed.
Use fluoride toothpaste and a soft-bristle toothbrush or power toothbrush. Begin brushing with water only, so you can see what you're doing. Look for clean and shiny braces, where you can see all the edges of the brackets clearly. Next, add toothpaste. Brush around all the parts of your braces and every surface of your teeth in small circles for at least two minutes. Brush your tongue, roof of the mouth and gums. Rinse thoroughly after brushing with water or a mouth rinse. Finish with inspecting your braces for loose or broken brackets. Change your toothbrush or toothbrush head at the first sign of wear or at least every three months.
Slide dental floss up and down the sides of each tooth to remove plaque between the teeth. Floss threader, pre-threaded floss and small interproximal brushes are available to help you get under your wires more easily.
  • Interproximal brush – slip this tool under your archwire to help remove plaque and food particles.
  • Fluoride toothpaste or rinse – use with your interproximal brush for best results.
  • Power toothbrush
Plaque and food can accumulate around your braces and lead to permanent white marks (decalcification), cavities, gum disease, periodonitis or advanced periodontitis (where the gums start to pull away, forming gaps or pockets between teeth or teeth begin to fall out).
Avoid sugary, crunchy, sticky, chewy and hard foods such as caramels, taffy, hard candy, popcorn, pizza crusts, nuts, etc. Eating ice, chewing on pencils or pens and biting into whole apples can cause damage to your appliances. Maintain a healthy diet to provide essential nutrients to bones and tissues undergoing change during treatment. Also, avoid carbonated drinks that may create white spots around your braces.
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