Each patient's orthodontic condition requires a treatment plan based on a specialized diagnosis of the case. We pride ourselves in the quality treatment we perform here at Holladay Orthodontics. Our goal is to offer every patient the best treatment available in a place where they feel comfortable.
We don't use recycled braces… EVER!
Braces are something that should be customized to each patient's treatment plan. Therefore, we will never use recycled braces or bands on our patients! You can be sure you will receive the highest quality orthodontic care at our practice.
The latest sterilization processes are always utilized.
Your safety is of the utmost importance to us; therefore, we always sterilize our instruments between every patient and use single-use/disposable items whenever possible.
We use the highest quality materials.
In order to provide the best quality treatment possible, we only use the highest quality materials for your braces, wires and other orthodontic appliances.
We use the latest technology and procedures.
Technology is constantly changing, and we stay abreast of the latest in technology and procedures through continuing education to ensure you are receiving top-notch treatment from our practice.
Finally, we offer state-of-the-art appliances.
There are many choices for orthodontic appliances out there right now, and we are proud to offer the following to our patients in our office.
- "Mini" MicroArch metal braces – These brackets are 30 percent smaller than standard size braces and are less likely to irritate cheeks, lips or tongue.
- Mystique clear braces – These translucent braces are ultra-smooth but still as strong as metal-slot appliances. And the treatment time between Mystique and regular metal braces are virtually the same! Aesthetically pleasing to patients, these braces won't stain or discolor over time.
- Gold braces – These are stainless steel braces coated with 24-karat gold and are popular with patients of all ages.
- Invisalign® – Invisalign straightens your teeth without wires and brackets, using a series of clear, customized, removable appliances called aligners. It's virtually undetectable, which means hardly anyone will know that you're straightening your teeth.