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Orthodontic Clinic at Roseman University
4 Sunset Way, Building C
Henderson, NV 89014

tel: (702) 968-5222
fax: (702) 990-4435

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Orthodontic Clinic at Roseman University
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The Orthodontic Clinic at Roseman University of Health Sciences offers affordable, high-quality orthodontic treatment to children, teens and adults. In receiving treatment at Roseman, patients have the benefit of a highly skilled team offering the latest technology and practices used to correct orthodontic and dentofacial orthopedic discrepancies (crooked teeth and jaws).

The college offers free screenings and consultations. Qualified patients are scheduled for diagnostic records and begin orthodontic treatment from a resident doctor (licensed by the Nevada State Board of Dental Examiners) and board-certified orthodontic faculty. Following the start of treatment, routine appointments typically will be scheduled every four to six weeks. Typically braces can cost $6,000 or more, but the college offers braces as well as other orthodontic treatments to patients for half of that. The college also accepts most dental insurance plans and offers affordable payment plans.
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Why Braces? For most people, a beautiful smile is the most obvious benefit of orthodontics. After your braces come off, you'll feel more self-confident. During your treatment, we want you to feel as comfortable as possible.

How Orthodontic Treatment Works.
Orthodontic appliances can be made of metal, ceramic, or plastic. They may be removable or they may be brackets bonded to the teeth. By placing a constant, gentle force in a carefully controlled direction, braces slowly move teeth to a corrected position. This is a great time to wear braces! Gone are the days when a metal band with a bracket was placed around each tooth. You can choose brackets that are clear or metallic color. You can choose the color of the ties that hold the wire in brackets. Wires are also less noticeable than they used to be and the latest materials move teeth faster with less discomfort to patients.

Duration of Treatment.
Treatment time typically ranges from one to three years, depending on the growth of the patient's mouth and face and the severity of the problem. Patients grow at different rates and will respond variously to orthodontic treatment, so the time to case completion may differ from the original estimate. The patient's diligent use of any prescribed rubber bands or headgear is an important factor in achieving the most efficient treatment. Interceptive, or early treatment procedures, may take as few as six months.