SureSmile® is a nontraditional approach to straightening teeth, and they’ve been clinically proven to provide great results for over 15 years. SureSmile® uses clear, completely invisible aligners to straighten teeth over a short period of time. They’re customized to fit your mouth and your needs and, unlike traditional braces, are convenient and don’t interrupt your eating habits. This is because clear aligners are removable, so simply take them out whenever you’d like to eat. SureSmile® can achieve such wonderful results by using their software to create an accurate 3D model of your teeth. They combine advanced technology and facial photos to put together a precise image of your mouth, which allows for the prediction of your teeth’s movements and are used to create the shape and size of your aligners. Once that’s completed, a unique treatment plan is made just for you! We love offering our patients the latest and greatest in dental technology, and SureSmile® is just that. The results are proven to work and create dream smiles! Contact us today for more information.

Your ideal smile is closer than you think


Regain your confidence with straighter teeth and an ideal smile.


Custom fit SureSmile® Clear Aligners help to provide a comfortable treatment experience.


Save time with fewer in-office dental visits and shorter check-ups.*
* Compared to traditional braces

Dental Insurance

The American Dental Association recognizes the important role dental benefits have played in improving access to dental care for millions of Americans and is working with insurance policymakers to help set better standards within the industry.

Under a UCR plan, patients are usually allowed to see the dentist of their choice. These plans pay an established percentage of the dentist fee or pay the plan sponsors customary or a reasonable fee limit, whichever is less. Although these limits are called customary, they may or may not reflect the fees that area dentists charge.

It may also be noted on your bill that the fee that your dentist is charging you is higher than the reimbursement levels of UCR. This does not mean your dentist is overcharging you; for example, the insurance company may not have taken into account up-to-date regional data to determine a reimbursement level. Why? There is no regulation as to how insurance companies determine reimbursement levels resulting in wide fluctuation. In addition, insurance companies are not required to disclose how they determine these levels the language used in this process may be inconsistent among carriers and difficult to understand.