The first step to receiving Orthodontic treatment is a consultation with one of our board certified Orthodontists. At 1st Family Dental, all orthodontic consultations are free and do not require a commitment to begin treatment.
Orthodontic Services for the Whole Family
1st Family Dental provides orthodontic services for the whole family - kids, teens, and adults - at each of our Illinois locations, including all five Chicago locations (Andersonville, Albany Park, Old Town, Little Village, and Logan Square), our offices in Roselle, Arlington Heights, Elgin, La Grange Park, and Fox Valley (Aurora), Illinois.
An orthodontic consultation is the first step in the orthodontics process at each of our 1st Family Dental locations. Consultations are always comprehensive and 100% free. Book yours today!
Each bubble below provides more information about orthodontics and the orthodontic services performed by our board-certified orthodontists.
Certain orthodontic problems require early treatment intervention in children 7-10 years old. This is called Phase I orthodontic treatment.
Orthodontic treatment is most commonly started between the ages of 12 and 16 because most permanent teeth have grown in by this time. Gaps, crowding, and issues with bite and alignment are easily detected by this time.
Properly aligned jaws and straight teeth are directly related to success in relationships and career, and can also help you to lead a healthier lifestyle. Our board-certified orthodontists provide you with the very best in orthodontic treatment options.
Teeth have a tendency to shift to their original, pre-treatment position. Retainers are a necessary and important part of orthodontic treatment.
Invisalign® is the clear way to straighten teeth without braces, using aligners. Aligners are removable and virtually invisible!
True orthodontic emergencies are rare, but when they do occur 1st Family Dental is here to help you at anytime. Most problems with orthodontic appliances can be managed using the kit that 1st Family Dental provides during the appointment in which you receive your orthodontic appliance.