The Invisalign® Advantage & Process

If your teeth are crooked or crowded or if you have a bad bite, you may not be keen about wearing metal braces to straighten your smile. Fortunately, there is another option available. Ask Dr. William K. Farrar, Jr. about Invisalign® in Kennesaw, Georgia. Invisalign uses clear, discreet aligners to straighten your teeth. How Does Invisalign Work? Our orthodontist will... read more »

Prepare Your Oral Health for Future Success with Invisalign®

Are you ready for the movie-star quality smile you want, but lack the rotation and tooth positions to achieve the flawless smile of your dreams? Fortunately, Invisalign® orthodontic aligners can be used to straighten your teeth and give you the smile you have always wanted. With Invisalign, you smile will look and feel better than it ever has before. Although... read more »

Orthodontic Treatment with the Invisalign® Clear Aligner System

If you desire a straighter smile without the use of a bulky metal and wire treatment, you are in luck. With the Invisalign® orthodontic aligner system, you can improve your smile with clear aligners. Not only do they work to straighten your teeth, but also to improve your oral hygiene, lessen your risk of oral injuries, all the while giving... read more »

Available Kinds of Orthodontic Braces

Braces have progressed a long way from the days when they used to wrap around the head. They are now sophisticated appliances and much more subtle. New types have been created, such as Invisalign® invisible aligners, which are virtually unnoticeable. Because of this explosion of new kinds of braces, you have many options to choose from: - Metal Braces: Metal... read more »

The Differences Between Orthodontics Then and Orthodontics Now

For your convenience, orthodontics has made many technological advancements to make treatment more successful, convenient, and beneficial. There are already many differences between orthodontics back in the day and orthodontics now, and some of those differences are: Orthodontic appliances now are better looking Braces in the past were made of one material: stainless steel. They were also glued to the... read more »

Choosing the Braces that are Right for You

It’s not uncommon for adolescents to need braces for a short period of time to help adjust their smile and establish a healthy bite pattern for their adult life. In recent years more adults have started wearing braces to help correct alignment issues that have develop due to age or changes in bite alignment. Traditional braces use metal brackets and... read more »