WHY CHOOSE US
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT
Board Certified Orthodontist
Dr. Timothy Glass is a board certified orthodontist. To earn board certification, an orthodontist must complete two to three years of additional training after dental school. Only 30% of orthodontist have achieved board certification. To provide the highest level of orthodontic care, a board certified orthodontist demonstrates expert judgment, skill and knowledge while pursuing continual education.
Dr. Glass employs leading-edge technology to ensure his patients receive the most effective and efficient orthodontic treatment available. One such technology is called Indirect Bonding (IBD). This cutting-edge technique allows for a expedited installation process and ensures precise bracket placement on each individual tooth.
Caring Orthodontic Team
Our team at Glass Orthodontics aims to provide the highest level of orthodontic care for each of our patients. From traditional braces to Invisalign®, we strive to give each patient an outstanding experience by using cutting-edge technology to make orthodontic treatment both effective and efficient. We love getting your feedback and sharing our patient success stories.
We Focus on Function
At Glass Orthodontics, creating beautiful smiles is only half of the fun. Our top priority is to stabilize the bite so that the teeth, jaw and facial muscles can work together. A healthy bite will serve you for a lifetime. Not only will your teeth stay in alignment after orthodontic treatment, a proper bite can help prevent chipping and excessive wear and tear, as well as decay.
Cosmetic Orthodontic Solutions
Teens and adults want the long-term benefits and confidence that comes from a beautiful, healthy smile. As more and more adults seek orthodontic treatment, many are looking for an aesthetic alternative to traditional metal braces. Glass Orthodontics is pleased to provide clear braces as well as Invisalign® and Invisalign® Teen for optimal aesthetic appeal.
At Glass Orthodontics, we believe there is an ideal time to begin orthodontic treatment. Oftentimes, we encourage patients to start orthodontic treatment after all of the adult teeth are in place to minimize the total amount of time in braces. In accordance with the American Academy of Orthodontists (AAO), we also encourage parents to have their child seen by an orthodontist around age 7 or 8 to identify any problems that may be developing in this stage of rapid growth.