For All Ages

Orthodontic treatment is available to everyone regardless of your age.

Early Treatment

Most children should receive their first orthodontic exam by age 7. This visit allows for the recognition of potential problems and to plan for preventive, interceptive, growth modifying and corrective treatments to occur at their most optimal time.

Adolescent Treatment

For many teenagers, wearing braces is a part of life. By age 11 to 13, most permanent teeth are in place and children are growing rapidly. Understanding these factors allows us to plan and deliver a timely and comprehensive treatment, resulting in an attractive and healthy smile and bite.

Adult Treatment

More and more adults are pursuing orthodontic treatment. We offer a full range of treatment options that complement adults with their desired treatment goals and various lifestyles.


We offer several treatment options and combinations to meet your treatment and lifestyle needs. Dr. Chung will discuss the different treatment options and devise a treatment plan that best suits your needs.

Image: Dental model, lingual (inside) braces.

Lingual (inside) Braces

Attaching to the lingual side (tongue side) of your teeth, these appliances provide the control of traditional braces while being virtually invisible. Since lingual braces are also fully customized in manufacturing to fit your teeth and treatment plan, they permit maximum aesthetics and efficiency throughout treatment.

Image: Dental model, clear aligners.

Clear Aligners
(eg. Invisalign®)

Aligners (often referred to as Invisalign®) are a series of custom-made clear and contoured trays that  fit over your teeth and need to be worn throughout the day and night to support the planned gradual movement of your teeth.

Image: Dental model, ceramic braces (white).

Ceramic Braces

Ceramic (white) braces are a good aesthetic alternative to metal braces. Although bulkier and more fragile than metal braces, they can offer all the precise mechanical advantages of conventional metal braces with a far less ‘metal’ (i.e., more aesthetic) appearance.

Image: Dental model, traditional braces (metal).

Traditional Braces

Made of high-grade stainless steel and using conventional or self-ligating systems, today's metal braces are smaller and more comfortable compared to braces of the past. Patients have the choice of choosing a number of colours if they like.

Taking care of your teeth while wearing braces is more important than ever.

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Orthodontic treatment can improve your smile and oral health regardless of your age. Book a consultation with Dr. Chung to discuss the options that best suit your lifestyle.

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