The Combination appliance provides lateral and sagittal arch development to relieve crowding. This 3 screw appliance has occlusal acrylic, and combines 1 transverse and 2 sagittal expanders. Palate Pleazer Ready
The 3D lingual Arch is a removable adjustable lingual archwire. It is designed to increase the Anterior-Posterior arch length, for lateral expansion, and for distal molar movement.
A 3D screw expander offers 3-way development of the maxillary dental arch. The screw mechanism both widens posteriors and retroclines anteriors for division II and expansion cases. Palate Pleazer Ready
The Acrylic Splint Herbst® utilizes removable or bonded acrylic splint designs and bite jumping hinges for mandibular advancement. These telescoping hinges slide and function while applying orthopedic correction.
This appliance is used to align the maxillary or mandibular anterior teeth without fixed braces. The anterior teeth are reset and the Spring Retainer is constructed on the treatment set-up.
An appliance replacement program helps improve the patient-doctor relationships. In the event of loss or irreparable damage, the appliance will be replaced for a fee of $42.00 each, while repairs will be processed for $24.00 each.
The Banded Haas RME appliance provides excellent orthopedic expansion of the maxillary arch. The partial acrylic palatal coverage applies increased force to the skeletal base, thus minimizing dental tipping.
The RME achieves rapid expansion and separation of palatal sutures. A heavy expansion screw welded to bands, usually on first bicuspids and first molars, is frequently activated to widen the maxilla.
This lingual arch is designed to maintain arch length and keep space. The carefully adapted arch wire extends bilaterally and is welded to bands on the E's or 1st molars.
A Bioblock is used to expand the upper arch and posture the lower jaw forward. This appliance utilizes 1 expansion screw, cross-over wires, and 30 degree posterior inclined planes to develop the lower arch. Palate Pleazer Ready
The Bionator is used to correct Class II malocclusions by advancing the mandible and opening the bite. An acrylic anterior cap and posterior acrylic stops act to reposition the lower jaw. Palate Pleazer Ready
The Bluegrass appliance uses a teflon roller bead to interfere with thumb activity and break the suction seal. This bead spins on a heavy wirework frame to remind patient and correct habit.
A fixed Bonded RME appliance designed for maximum skeletal and dental expansion. The full palatal acrylic coverage applies strong developmental forces to the palatal alveolar ridges.
This bonded Hyrax has an RME expansion screw and a wire-reinforced acrylic splint for upper expansion. Cemented to the posterior teeth, this appliance expands the upper arch while controlling vertical increase.
A Bonded Lingual retainer holds and retains the lingual of the anterior teeth. The closely adapted lingual wire is welded to mesh pads and bonded to cingulum of the canines.
The Cantilever Herbst appliance utilizes bite jumping hinges to reposition the mandible forward for Class II correction. It uses stainless steel crowns and cantilever arms with hinges to advance the lower jaw.
The aesthetic Ceramic bonding brackets are designed for maximum patient acceptance and compliance. Once bonded, the bracket becomes virtually undetectable.
The ClearBow is an aesthetic component used in the fabrication of retainers and other types of orthodontic appliances.
Clear aligners are designed for the cosmetic correction of misaligned teeth. A series of progressive tooth arrangement set-ups are created and Clearline trays are fabricated for dental correction.
The Complete set-up is created and all excursions and functions are checked and confirmed with an adjustable gnathological articulator. All teeth are moved and aligned to their final positions to confirm feasibility of treatment plan.
Our Dolphin Imaging software allows us to trace and analyze cephalometric radiographs and create progress superimpositions quickly and accurately.
The removable acrylic appliance applies forces to rotate and move anterior teeth forward over the bite. An expansion screw with posterior occlusal acrylic is activated to labialize teeth and jump crossbite. Palate Pleazer Ready
This crossbite appliance acts to move teeth labially out of crossbite. The removable appliance design uses posterior bite blocks and finger springs to apply pressure for labial movement over crossbite. Palate Pleazer Ready
The Panthera D-SAD is an effective treatment for snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.
Our new fully-digital PMMA night guard is crystal clear, thin and lightweight, and biocompatible.
This digital set-up is created and all excursions and functions are checked and confirmed with an adjustable articulator. Use hinge axis tracing or facebow mounting and select virtual articulator and settings.
New technology allows us to accept digital impressions, or scan your models and create Digital Orthodontic Study Models. Your completed 3D digital files are returned electronically for viewing, diagnosis, or archiving.
A digital set-up of the dentition is created by moving the teeth virtually to a corrected position. The digital impression is used or models are digitized with a 3D scanner, then software moves teeth and saves the digital file.
A Distal Jet is a fixed lingual appliance that is used to move upper teeth distally. The Class II correction and space regaining treatment uses palatal acrylic and a solid track wire with two sets of adjustable locking screws on each side.
Clear retainers are placed to hold the treated orthodontic results from relapse. The thin, clear Essix material is pressure-formed over the dentition to esthetically retain teeth without labial wires.
This Fan expansion appliance is designed to treat a v-shaped dental arch by rounding out the anterior dentition. It consists of a hinge and a pivoting expansion screw for sectional widening of the maxillary arch. Palate Pleazer Ready
A removable orthodontic appliance designed to achieve total facial balance in the growing patient. Its acrylic shields obstruct abnormal function and allow for the establishment of harmonious functional patterns. Palate Pleazer Ready
The lower retainer holds the teeth to their corrected orthodontic positions. An active labial bow may also act to achieve minor tooth movements and refinements. Palate Pleazer Ready
A Hawley appliance is used to retain teeth in their new position following orthodontic treatment. The archwire is used for preventative, interceptive, and limited corrective orthodontics. Palate Pleazer Ready
The Spring Hawley retainer is designed to correct minor rotations of anterior teeth. This removable, self-activating appliance also utilizes a treatment set-up for anterior alignment. Palate Pleazer Ready
The Inman Aligner™ utilizes a corrected set-up arrangement of the teeth for the treatment of misaligned anteriors. Niti coil springs with active lingual and labial components apply gentle steady forces. Palate Pleazer Ready
This lower arch development appliance widens the dental arch and uprights posterior segments. A heavy body wire is activated to provide expansion and uprighting of the mixed dentition. Palate Pleazer Ready
This active fixed appliance applies forces to move teeth in a sagittal direction and increase arch length. The heavy body wire and a light adjustable auxiliary wire are attached to molar bands.
The "Mandibular Anterior Repositioning Appliance" advances the lower jaw to encourage forward growth. This fixed appliance has upper and lower 1st molar stainless steel crowns with an elbow and loop mechanism.
Metal Bonding brackets are available in many brands and specifications and may be supplied individually or on a case-by-case basis. Place brackets manually or select indirect bonding for ideal positioning.
Orthodontic bands are fit and carefully adapted to stone models and supplied for construction of space maintainers and fixed appliances. The stainless steel material is manufactured in a variety of sizes to average tooth anatomy.
Choose Brackets and Buccal Tubes from a wide variety of prescripton specifications. These Brackets are precisely laser welded to stainless steel bands or crowns for fixed orthodontic treatment.
The Nance acrylic palatal button acts as anchorage to hold back upper molars. An acrylic vault is joined by a lingual wire attached to molar bands designed to prevent the mesial drift of posterior teeth.
The Nord appliance offers controlled unilateral expansion of the palate and teeth. A single transverse expansion screw and an acrylic anchorage flange act to apply localized forces for unilateral correction. Palate Pleazer Ready
These Orthodontic Study Models act as a permanent legal record of treatment. The set of models are perfectly trimmed to Tweed specifications, anatomically sculpted, and polished to a high gloss.
Send us your alginate or PVS impressions and we will produce dense stone working models. Our gypsum vacuum mixing equipment removes all bubbles for accurate anatomical models.
The Orthopedic Corrector treats Class II cases and allows for gradual advancement of the mandible. The 2 side screws are activated for additional mandibular repositioning and accelerated growth. Palate Pleazer Ready
Our appliance personalizing system offers exciting new colour, glitter, picture and design combinations. Choose your designs to create your own personalized orthodontic appliances from our examples.
A Diagnostic set-up is an excellent aid for the treatment planning and analysis of orthodontic cases. The dentition is removed from the model and re-set to a corrected position while assessing available space and occlusion.
This active Pendex appliance expands the upper arch and distalizes molars. It consists of bands on premolars and molars with a palatal acrylic button and TMA springs for distalization. Palate Pleazer Ready
The Phase II support appliance acts to retain the class II Twin Block correction. An upper hawley design with an anterior incline retains the mandible forward and allows for continued posterior eruption. Palate Pleazer Ready
The unbreakable two-tone urethane demonstration models are manufactured in a variety of malocclusions. Design and fabricate appliances for patient treatment consultation.
The Impak material is a clear heat-softened acrylic for precision finishing of post orthodontic cases. This material is designed for correcting minor discrepancies to exacting pre-programmed specifications.
This positioner, made from translucent elastomeric silicone, is designed for larger discrepancies. The soft elastomeric has greater stretch capabilities, allowing for a wider treatment range of correction.
The Silicone positioner is made from a translucent elastic material to grip teeth and sock-in final occlusion. This elastic appliance has excellent memory characteristics to move teeth to exacting specifications.
A resilient mouthpiece is constructed over a set-up of the upper and lower dentition to detail and finish the orthodontics. The tranparent vinyl moves teeth to their corrected final positions.
Upload your digital STL impressions to us and we will print precise 3D resin models. Choose semi-hollow resin printed models with a horseshoe, low profile, or full profile base.
A lower Sagittal appliance is designed for molar uprighting or anterior development of the mandibular arch. 2 side screws are expanded to move dentition in a sagittal direction. Palate Pleazer Ready
This unilateral expander is used for posterior space regaining when arch length is lost due to premature loss of dentition. A single unilateral expansion screw applies forces to move teeth distally. Palate Pleazer Ready
The Sagittal is utilized to achieve anterior development and/or distallization of the posterior segments. The 2 expansion screws are activated to expand in an anterior/posterior direction. Palate Pleazer Ready
The lower Schwarz develops the mandibular arch and uprights molars in the mixed dentition. 1 expansion screw is used to gently apply forces for lateral development. Palate Pleazer Ready
This upper expansion appliance widens the maxillary arch and provides arch development. The single expansion screw and cross-over wires act to expand dentition and align anterior teeth. Palate Pleazer Ready
The clear indirect two-part matrix can be used with both light and self cure bonding systems.
A Split Plate expansion appliance designed to widen the maxillary dental arch. Midline expansion screws are activated to increase arch width, and relieve crowding and posterior crossbites. Palate Pleazer Ready
This fixed Class III correction appliance acts to widen the maxillary arch while retracting the mandible. The appliance design uses an upper RPE screw and elastics with the traction bow to halt mandibular growth. Palate Pleazer Ready
The Thumb Sucking appliance utilizes palatal prongs designed to cause discomfort and break the suction. This vertical crib with spikes is welded to molar bands to interfere with digit sucking and break habit .
A wire crib prevents patient from pushing and thrusting on anterior teeth with tongue. The metal framework, attached to first molar bands, distracts tongue function and acts as a reminder.
The lower Transverse appliance is used for lateral development of the mandibular dental arch. A single midline screw acts to upright posterior segments and widen the mandibular arch. Palate Pleazer Ready
The Twin Block appliance is designed to expand the arches and treat Class II malocclusions. It consists of removable appliances with interlocking posterior bite blocks to posture the lower jaw forward and open the bite. Palate Pleazer Ready
The Unilateral Space Maintainer holds space following the premature loss of a tooth. A U-shaped loop is welded to an orthodontic band to maintain posterior tooth positions and allow for eruption of permanent teeth.
The V-Loop retainer is bonded to the anteriors to precisely retain the orthodontic positions of upper or lower dentition. This light wire is shaped and fit to the lingual of all anterior teeth and luted for retention.