979-297-0000

Comprehensive Orthodontic Services

Braces, Invisalign and Retainers

Early Treatment

You probably know that it’s never too late to begin orthodontic treatment — but when it comes to your youngster’s teeth, did you know that earlier may be better than later? According to the American Association of Orthodontists, kids should have an initial orthodontic screening at age 7. What makes early evaluation — and potentially, early treatment — so important?

Adolescent Treatment

For many teens, braces are a rite of passage: They’re one more example of the changes adolescents go through at this time — along with growth in stature, edgier tastes in clothes and music, and an increasing degree of self-awareness. But is there any particular reason why orthodontic appliances and teenagers seem to go together? In a word: Yes.

Adult Treatment

Appliances are barely noticeable have been developed to give adults more discreet choices when it comes to orthodontic treatment. Many adults realize that investing in a smile makeover can have significant benefits, socially and professionally. Straightening teeth can be an important part of that confidence-boosting makeover process.

Invisalign

When you hear the word “orthodontics,” what comes to mind? Probably a young teenager whose teeth are covered by a latticework of metal. There are indeed many orthodontic patients who fit that description. However, there now exists an increasingly popular alternative to traditional metal braces: Invisalign® clear aligners.

Types of Braces

For most orthodontic patients, wearing braces will be a major part of treatment — and those braces, for the most part, will be the familiar silvery-metal type. But while they’re still quite popular, traditional-looking metal braces are no longer the only game in town! Let’s have a look at some of the options available in orthodontic appliances.

Retainers

Once we remove your braces, we will move into the retention stage of treatment. Maintaining results achieved during the treatment phase is key to the success of the entire orthodontic process. Your retention phase will last for a minimum of 24 months. Your final orthodontic result depends on your retainers, so follow through with the hard work you’ve put in so far.

Call The Office

(979) 297-0000

Office Locations

115 N. Dixie Dr., Suite 430
Lake Jackson, TX 77566

1028 N. Velasco Street
Angleton, TX 77515

Make an Appointment

hensonorthobraces@hotmail.com

Orthodontic Care for the Entire Family

We are proud to offer a broad range of treatment options including traditional metal braces and clear ceramic braces. Dr. Henson is a preferred provider for Invisalign®. 

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Dedicated to Serving Our Community

Dr. Henson, Brazoria County’s orthodontic specialist, and his team of professionals have been providing orthodontic care to Lake Jackson, Clute, Angleton, and the surrounding areas for over 30 years.  We have office locations in both Lake Jackson and Angleton.