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ORTHODONTICS: Braces, Invisalign, length of treatment...

Your perfect smile starts here! You can select from traditional braces, ceramic white braces, or clear aligners from Invisalign. Be seen today by our Board-Certified Orthodontist, Dr. Melanie Ross.

In today’s world, when photographs are shared online and through social media platforms, the importance of having a beautiful smile has never been greater.


Feel like family at Little Champions Dental, and earn that perfect smile you have always wanted. Our team is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality orthodontic care in a family-friendly environment. We want to help you achieve a beautiful smile that will last for years to come!


Braces length of treatment can be from one and a half year to a minimum of two years. Clear aligners can be from nine months to a minimum of two years.

The treatment length depends on the severity of your case. Dr. Ross will advise you on how long it will take for you to achieve optimal results.

To have an orthodontic consult a few things need to be in place before your appointment.

  1. Must be cavity-free and your gum health needs to be optimal.

  2. Then we collect two additional x-rays that are done at our office

  3. After that we take pictures of your teeth with our ultra-high 4K Canon camera.

  4. Last we will scan your teeth with our 3-D scanner.

The entire process takes about half an our. Once we have all the information we need, you will see Dr. Ross for a consult and she will analyze it and give you her recommendations for treatment.



Our services include Invisalign® clear aligners, traditional braces, and ceramic white braces. Please call us today at (305) 285-8341 for more information or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Ross!

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