Avondale Dental Centre

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Orthodontics

How can we help you?

Choosing the right dentist in Avondale for your family requires a little research to ensure that your needs are met. We welcome questions because we want you to feel confident when you choose Avondale Dental Centre to care for your family's smiles.

Here are some of the most common questions we receive. You can call us with any enquiries or information about services we provide. 

Orthodontics

Invisalign Avondale AucklandDr Sinan Najar offers orthodontic treatment for children, teens and adults at Avondale Dental Centre as part of our comprehensive approach to oral health.

Properly aligned teeth are healthier, more comfortable and easier to care for. By correcting the bite, patients can enjoy greater confidence and improved jaw function.

  • Protruding teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Overcrowding
  • Malocclusion (bad bite)
  • TMJ/TMD – jaw dysfunction

Braces for Kids

Childhood orthodontics address teeth alignment and development while bones are still growing. Orthodontic treatment for children can reduce treatment time and complexity during teen years and prevent the need for orthodontic extractions.

We provide an orthodontic evaluation for each of our young patients as part of our preventive dentistry plan.

Teenage Orthodontics

Braces for teens are almost a rite of passage. We offer traditional orthodontic treatment as well as clear aligners for our older teens.

Orthodontic Options for Adults

It’s never too late for a healthy, straight smile. Our adult patients have many options for improved aesthetics and function. In addition to traditional braces, we also offer Six Month Smiles and Invisalign.

Six Month Smiles – fast treatment for cosmetic orthodontics

Invisalign – removable clear aligner trays as an alternative to brackets and wire

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