You and Your Orthodontist

Your first appointment will be an initial consultation. This appointment is very important, as it will provide valuable insights of your orthodontic needs. A digital radiograph of your teeth and a series of digital photographs may be taken to outline the initial diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Loo or Dr. Yen will review your dental and medical histories, discuss your concerns and inquiries with you, and perform a thorough orthodontic examination. If you happen to have orthodontic insurance, please bring your insurance card(s) upon your visit.

Please complete our Consultation Form and bring it on your first visit!

Your initial consultation includes:

  • One digital panoramic x-ray: full view of all your teeth, jaws, sinuses, nasal area, and temporomandibular (jaw) joints
  • Five digital photos of your face and teeth
  • A thorough 45 to 60-minute examination with a discussion of potential treatment options and fees

Initial Consultation Fee

  • Children (ages 18 and under): $50
  • Adults (ages 19 or above): $100

If orthodontic treatment is recommended,
the following information will be proposed to you:

  • Your ideal time to start treatment
  • An orthodontic treatment plan
  • Your approximate length of treatment
  • The different types of treatment options
  • The different types of braces and retainers
  • The cost of your particular treatment
  • Your payment options and plans
  • Your insurance coverage options

It is critical that our patients and their families leave our office with clear understandings of their specific needs. We encourage you to questions at this visit: if you have any additional concerns, or wish for more information, please feel free to contact the office at any time. We look forward to welcoming you to our clinic and explaining how orthodontic treatment may benefit you and your family!

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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.