By the time a child or teen turns 19 years old, there is an 80% chance that they will have had orthodontic intervention – either in the form of traditional metal braces or clear aligners. The sooner your child sees an orthodontist, the better success they will have in getting a straight, comfortable smile.

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Many older patients will benefit from the Invisalign® System. While it is not recommended for patients under the age of 14, this clear alignment system is meant to gradually adjust and move the teeth into perfect alignment. Using the latest in dental and orthodontic imaging, Invisalign is a modern way to get the smile of your dreams!

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TMJ Treatment

Many people experience discomfort from a disorder known as TMJ, (temporomandibular joint). If you are looking for TMJ treatment in Vancouver, WA or the greater Portland area – you’ve come to the right place. Dr. Croft has helped many patients get their life back after suffering from TMJ pain.

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Teeth Whitening

Many people are interested in whitening or brightening their smile. It seems like we receive more questions about bleaching than just about any other topic.

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Orthodontics for All Ages

After the age of 7, getting braces is very common. In fact, 80% of children and teens will have orthodontic treatment by the age of 19. The question usually isn’t “if” your child will have orthodontics, but “when”.

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Suresmile is a tool that can be used with braces or aligners to use computer simulations, to get great and often faster results than traditional braces. Suresmile Aligners are a similar product to Invisalign.  We’ve had great results with Suresmile Aligners.

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