Playing Sports While Wearing Braces

Playing Sports While Wearing Braces

By Jared Lee | June 23, 2020

Here at the orthodontic office of Dr. Jared T. Lee, we see a number of patients who are active in sports. Whether they play for their school teams or in their community, a common concern they have is if starting braces treatment will leave them sidelined for the season. If you’re an athlete, you’ve probably Read More

Types Of Braces

Types Of Braces

By Jared Lee | May 21, 2020

Over recent years, orthodontic treatment has gone through some major changes, giving patients more options than ever when it comes to achieving a healthy, confident smile. Using state-of-the-art technology and innovative techniques, Dr. Jared Lee and his expert team are able to successfully treat a multitude of orthodontic issues, including: Crowded teeth Gaps between teeth Read More

Virtual Visits and Consultations

Virtual Visits and Consultations

By Jared Lee | April 13, 2020

From business closures to safer-at-home orders, there is no doubt that times are changing! Daily life has started to look quite different than what most of us are used to. These unforeseen changes can leave you wondering how – and even if – you can go about seeking orthodontic care or continue your current treatment. Read More

The Truth About Invisalign

The Truth About Invisalign

By Jared Lee | March 11, 2020

Even though traditional braces have undergone a pretty incredible transformation in recent years, many of our teen and adult patients are still on the fence about using them to straighten their smile. The good news is, there’s an alternative available and it offers patients the chance to achieve a confident, healthy smile without all the Read More

Adult at a check up

Debunking Common Myths About Braces For Adults

By Jared Lee | February 3, 2020

When it comes to orthodontic treatment, most people tend to think of teens, but the truth is, orthodontics can benefit patients of all ages—even adults! In fact, about 1 in every 5 current orthodontic patients is over the age of 18. If you’ve spent years unhappy with the way your teeth look, feel, or function, Read More

Orthodontic Emergencies

Orthodontic Emergencies

By Jared Lee | December 20, 2019

Whether you’re a brand new braces patient or you’ve been wearing them or awhile, Dr. Jared Lee believes it’s important to be informed about—and feel confident in!—every aspect of the orthodontic process. When you have a bit of knowledge about your braces and the issues that can sometimes arise with them, you tend to be Read More

Mouthguards For Braces

Mouthguards For Braces

By Jared Lee | September 30, 2019

Here at the office of Dr. Jared Lee, many of our patients are active in sports. We’re frequently asked if braces are compatible with athletes, or if players will be stuck on the sidelines while they undergo orthodontic treatment. If you’re a student athlete, you might also be nervous about how getting braces will affect Read More

Dr. lee with a patient

Summer Survival Guide: Braces

By Jared Lee | July 30, 2019

After months of waiting, summer is finally in full swing! We’ve been enjoying all the sunshine and sleeping in, and we’ve really upped our poolside game. Some of us have also been traveling around the country, something many families like to do when the weather warms up and school lets out. If you and your Read More

Dr. Lee with a patient

Your First Orthodontic Visit

By Jared Lee | May 14, 2019

Making the decision to begin orthodontic treatment is exciting. Working towards improving your oral health and achieving a straighter smile is something to celebrate! But braces and aligners are a big commitment, and it’s not unusual to find yourself feeling a little nervous about all the journey ahead. Dr. Jared Lee and the rest of Read More

Dr. Lee talking with a patient

The 5 Best Foods for Braces

By Jared Lee | March 18, 2019

Choosing orthodontic treatment with braces is exciting, but it also brings quite a few changes to your life. Many are relatively small, but some can be a little more substantial, such as food restrictions. In order to protect your teeth and your braces, you’ll need to steer clear of certain foods until treatment is complete. Read More