Records

At your second visit, full diagnostic records will be taken including plaster study models of the teeth, digital photographs of your face and teeth, and digital x-rays. This information is used to develop your custom treatment plan. These records are also helpful in tracking the progress of treatment as the teeth move under orthodontic care.

Case Presentation

After Dr. Loo or Dr. Yen has evaluated your records, we discuss your treatment with you in detail, including the cost for your particular case.

Regular Appointments

Our regular office hours are Monday to Friday and one Saturday per month from 8:30am to 5:30pm. We are closed for lunch from 12:30pm-1:30pm. We make every effort to be on time for our patients, and trust our patients to extend the same courtesy to us. If you are unable to keep your appointment, please contact our office 48 hours in advance so that this time may be offered to a patient on our waiting list. Cancel only in an emergency, as it may be difficult to reschedule you in the same time slot since our appointments are made 4-8 weeks in advance.

Although a growing number of our patients are adults, the majority of our patients are school age. To be as fair as possible, and to ensure that children miss the least amount of school, appointments are made in the following manner. The few long appointments are usually made during school hours, while the shorter adjustment appointments are made after school. If possible, we will try to schedule longer appointments on school professional days. After school and Saturday appointments are in particular demand; therefore, missed appointments requiring more than 30 minutes of time will need to be rescheduled for weekdays before 3:30pm.  

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Top 10 Foods to Avoid

Make sure you get the most out of your your braces by avoiding foods that are hard, sticky and/or full of sugar, including nuts
hard candy, popcorn, whole fruit, caramel and gum.