Everyone wants an attractive smile–and everyone ought to have a healthy one. That’s why othodontists do more than just straighten crooked teeth.
They possess expertise to correct irregularities of the bite and facial structures in the mouth and jaw area. The goal of orthodontic treatment is to achieve balance and harmony between the teeth and face for a lifetime of beautiful, healthy smiles.
It takes special training to become an orthodontist. In addition to receiving a dental degree, an individual must have at least two continuous years of advanced study in orthodontics as required by the American Dental Association. Only those who complete such a program are eligible for membership in the American Association of Orthodontists. Dr. Wayne A. Casson has successfully met these requirements and is a participating member of the American Association of Orthodontists.