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Serving Children, Teens & Adults
Here at About Faces and Braces, we believe everyone should be able to get quality orthodontic care and a beautiful straight smile.
We’re proud to offer a full range of orthodontics for children, teens, and adults at our Springfield, Clarksville, and Nashville offices.
Choose Your Braces
About Faces and Braces offers a variety of orthodontic appliances to choose from, both fixed and removable. These options include:
- Traditional metal braces
- Ceramic braces
- Clarity Aligners
- Invisalign Teen
Orthodontics for Children
There’s no minimum age for your child to begin orthodontic treatment.
Dr. Shawn, Dr. Candice and the American Association of Orthodontists recommend a child receive their first orthodontic evaluation by around the age of seven.Learn More
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Orthodontics for Teens
If you have a teen in Springfield, Clarksville, or Nashville who recently learned braces can improve their smile, you probably have lots of questions.
Find your answers here.Learn More
Orthodontics for Adults
Orthodontic treatment isn’t just for children and teens.
In fact, one in every five About Faces and Braces patients is over the age of 21.Learn More
Why Should You Think About Orthodontic Treatment?
Straight Teeth Are Healthy Teeth
When your teeth are correctly aligned, it’s easier to keep them clean by flossing and brushing.
This helps to prevent other oral issues, including some that can affect your overall health.
A Straight Smile Builds Confidence & Self-Esteem
Successfully completed orthodontic treatment can help boost your self-confidence, give you a better quality of life, and allow you to smile freely for maybe the first time ever.
Let Us Help You
About Faces and Braces recognizes that children, teens, and adults will all have different dental needs, requiring a different level of attention and care. We work diligently with each patient to ensure you receive the most appropriate treatment for you in a comfortable environment.
Untreated Oral Issues Will Get Worse
Delaying or refusing orthodontic treatment when it's needed can create long-term health issues that will wind up costing you more in the end.