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We recommend Igel Orthodontists because they’ve been in business for awhile; they’ve got over 120 reviews and are open Monday through Thursday!Of particular note, the kindness, respect, and care of their team aren highly reviewed. In a field like orthodontics, being able to trust the people that are literally glueing bits of metal to your teeth and changing your smile is more than important.
Open during the whole business week, Omaha Orthodontics offers free consultations. They offer both Invisalign and braces and are highly rated, with nearly 300 Google reviews. Their satisfaction guarantee makes them my top choice in all of Omaha, NE. They have six different locations in Nebraska; they must be doing something right. Another fun fact: they’ve treated over 5,000 patients. They’re proud to inform you that their part of the ADA, ODDS, AAO, and NE Dental Association. I won’t expand all the acronyms; just know that they’re all good things to be a part of when your a big name in orthodontics.
Open Monday through Thursday, they may not be the most available, but their quality makes up for it! They have a 4.9 star rating with nearly 200 Google reviews. A few people found fault with their appointment times, but besides that all the customers that reviewed the business found it a great experience.
Why should you care about braces? Well to begin with, looks are important. Yes, what’s inside and your character matters, but you want to be able to smile with confidence. Straight teeth help a lot. It’ll boost your self-esteem (which has been proven in medical studies). You’ll be the best person in your Christmas and school photos, and overall, you will just look awesome. So Omaha NE orthodontics matter! I’d suggest braces or Invisalign, but there’s also (and sometimes with braces) retainers. Most often the your teeth with be moved with braces, and then kept in place with a retainer. Retainers are worn when you sleep, so they shouldn’t trouble you at all.