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"The office space was immaculate and the staff warm and courteous. We took our list of questions and concerns, and Dr. Nima took time to not only address our questions, but to provide additional research regarding our conversations. Dr. Nima was the only orthodontist in Alpharetta who addressed the aesthetic benefits of their treatment plans, and the health benefits of an improved airway after palatal expansion. Of course we wanted their smiles to be beautiful, but when we knew we had found a doctor that was just as invested in their overall health and developmental well being, we knew we had found our orthodontist."
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"Dr. Nima runs an excellent orthodontic practice in Alpharetta and he's great at what he does. If you're considering him, JUST GO!! I promise, you won't be disappointed. It's apparent that he has a genuine love for his profession and is extremely passionate about what he does."
"Dr. Nima helped change my life; now that I smile with confidence. My appointments are delightful and lightning fast. No kidding, I'm in and out in 10 minutes. Dr. Nima along with his staff are pleasant, friendly, and always seem happy to see you. I recommend Newpark Orthodontics to anyone in Alpharetta looking to revolutionize their smile, quickly and painlessly with adult braces."
"I received phenomenal patient and customer service from Dr. Nima and his staff. As an Invisalign patient, my results were remarkable in just 26 weeks. My results were due solely to the talents of Dr. Nima and his very friendly and competent staff. Its clear Dr. Nima makes it a point to provide a very pleasant and relaxed atmosphere and I would recommend his office for anyone seeking a very skilled and friendly Orthodontics Alpharetta."
What is an orthodontist?
An Alpharetta orthodontist is a dental health specialist who focuses on correcting problems with the alignment of teeth and jaws. Orthodontists have received specialized dental training to diagnose, prevent, and treat teeth and jaw irregularities.
Do I need to see a dentist before an orthodontist?
Yes. You should always see a dentist before visiting an orthodontist. There is a lot of work that a dentist and orthodontist can do together to ensure you will get the best results related to your oral health. However, you do not need a referral from your dentist to see an orthodontist for a consultation. Dr. Nima offers complimentary consultation appointments to children, teenagers, and adults!
What is the recommended age to see an orthodontist?
The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) recommends that all children have a check-up with an orthodontic specialist no later than age 7.
What is a Phase I orthodontic treatment?
Early orthodontic treatment is about preventing more severe problems later on. This will allow Dr. Nima the opportunity to create space for the permanent teeth and correct bite problems. We review the child’s dental alignment status and identify potential problems.
Are early orthodontic treatments needed?
Not everyone will need early orthodontic treatment; however, children should visit an orthodontist around age 7 to get any help they need with their dental development. If there are signs of developing orthodontic problems, an orthodontist can help plan early interceptive treatment and begin Phase I orthodontics.
When is the best age to start an orthodontic treatment in Alpharetta?
The sooner you can visit an orthodontist, the better it will be for your dental alignment and oral health. Orthodontic treatment can start at different ages for different people. The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) recommends your first visit at age 7, but it is never too late for orthodontic treatment, meaning that adults will benefit from starting their treatment as soon as possible, regardless of their age.
How long do I need to wear my retainer?
Lifetime use of orthodontic retainers is the only way to ensure you’ll have the smile you want. You will need to wear your retainer as long as you want to keep your smile straight because teeth have a natural tendency to move.