Braces & Invisible Aligners:

Types of Braces:

We use in A. Kawaiah Orthodontics the latest techniques and appliances to minimize discomfort, make it so your child doesn’t have to visit the office as often, and finishes treatment as efficiently as possible.


Dental braces act as attachments to the teeth so that the orthodontic archwires and elastics can apply light continuous forces to move the teeth and make your smile better. It is the archwires that allow the orthodontist to straighten your teeth. The orthodontic elastics are worn to mesh the teeth properly and with excellent patient compliance the results can be established with ease and in a timely manner. The type of dental braces we use will be determined after the proper diagnosis and treatment plan formulation and will be customized individually.

Invisible Aligners

  • That is Simple:

    Braces that you can’t even see?
    Effective orthodontic treatment without the discomfort?
    That’s Invisible Aligners.

Wire Braces:

  • - Metal Braces:
    For partial and full orthodontic cases.
  • - Clear Braces:
    For partial and full orthodontic cases.
  • - Lingual Braces:
    For partial lower front teeth that are mild to moderately crowded we may use Speed System Lingual Braces.

About the Invisible Aligners:

Invisible Braces are a Clearly Popular Option

No abrasive wires or brackets; Invisible Aligners straightens your teenager’s teeth without the drawbacks you may have seen with traditional orthodontic treatment.


Look Honey, No wires!

Invisible Aligners are precisely made to fit your mouth at each stage of the treatment plan. Each aligner is worn for about two weeks, but you can take them out to eat, brush and floss for maximum comfort. Once your young one progresses through the final alignment stage, they’ll be smiling like never before.

These braces are not just for teens!


For mildly crowded malocclusions with proper bite alignment and all of the adult teeth erupted we use Invisible Aligners. More and more adults are wearing braces. Our orthodontists can determine if Invisible Aligners is an option for you.