Custom treatments for your smile.

Traditional Braces

Reliable. Effective. Comfortable.

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Traditional braces effectively straighten teeth using metal and wires attached to the front of teeth. They’re a safe, reliable, cost-effective, and time-tested way to create a healthier and more beautiful smile.

Once your braces are on, you visit your orthodontist every 6-8 weeks for an adjustment that gradually shifts your teeth to the desired position. Today’s traditional braces are much lighter, less visible, and more comfortable than metal braces of the past.

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Clear Ceramic Braces

A more discreet braces solution in Brewton and Mobile, AL.

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Clear ceramic braces are the evolution of traditional metal braces with a more discreet appearance. The front brackets utilize translucent ceramic instead of metal which blends well with your natural tooth color.

After Dr. Salter…Learn more about our dentist… puts your ceramic braces on, you’ll come in every 6-8 weeks for an adjustment. In time, your teeth shift to a straighter position. Ceramic braces are much less noticeable than other braces and are a popular option for older teens and adults.

Incognito Lingual Braces

The braces that hide behind your teeth.

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Incognito lingual braces are the most discreet option for straightening your teeth with braces. While they take extra time to get used to, they are great for anyone who wants to straighten their teeth effectively without the visible metal.

Instead of being placed on the front of teeth, these types of braces are attached to the tongue side of teeth, and we adjust them every few weeks. These virtually invisible braces work just like traditional metal braces, but nobody has to know about them except you.

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‘‘Dr. Salter has changed my life and my kids. The care that all the staff gives you is the best. My oldest daughter has the prettiest smile, thanks to Dr. Salter! I can't say enough good things about Hillcrest Orthodontics. We love them and all they have done for us. I highly recommend!’’

Wendy C.

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Maintain the success of your orthodontic care.

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A custom-fit retainer helps maintain your teeth and jaw in the correct position following your braces treatment. We’ll let you know how often to wear it, but it’s especially important to wear it full-time right after treatment and then transition into night-time wear.

Why a retainer is important after braces:

  • Prevents teeth from shifting back into place post-braces

  • Keeps teeth straight and protects your investment

  • Helps ensure the best long-lasting results for a beautiful smile

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