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For a comprehensive approach to achieving your perfect smile, Georgetown Orthodontics offers expert care and state-of-the-art treatments. Our dedicated team is eager to guide you through the options that fit your unique needs. To learn more about our services or to schedule an appointment, please contact us and take the first step towards a healthier, more beautiful smile.

Our hours of operation are Monday to Thursday from 9:00am until 5:00pm.

General Info

(912) 226-2600


821 King George Blvd. Suite B Savannah, GA 31419

Frequently Asked Questions

We understand getting orthodontic treatment can be a transformative experience that might feel daunting at times. We are here to help make this process as smooth as possible which is why we put together a section of frequently asked questions.

How old do you have to be to get braces?

The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) recommends that children have their first orthodontic evaluation by the age of 7. This does not mean they will get braces right away, but early evaluation allows the orthodontist to detect any problems and plan the best time for treatment. Early treatment might be recommended to guide the growth of the jaw and incoming permanent teeth.

Do I have to get traditional braces?

No, not always. Determining whether you need traditional braces ultimately depends on your specific orthodontic requirements, lifestyle preferences, and budget. Keep in mind that each orthodontic option has its own set of pros and cons, and what works best for one person may not be ideal for another.

Do you offer Invisalign?

Yes! We offer Invisalign.

Do you accept insurance?

Call our office at (912) 226-2600 to see if we accept your insurance.

How do I floss with braces?

There are products specifically designed for flossing with braces, such as orthodontic flossers or water flossers, which can make the process easier.

To use a floss threader, you use the stiff end of the threader to pass the floss behind the main wire of your braces. You should now have floss between two brackets, ready to be worked between your teeth. Gently move the floss up and down the sides of both teeth, forming a ‘C’ shape around each tooth with the floss. Carefully pull the floss out from between your teeth, unthread it from behind the wire, and move on to the next pair of teeth.

Aside from floss threaders, water flossers are dental health appliances that use a stream of pulsating water to remove plaque and food debris between teeth and below the gum line.

How long do I have to wear braces?

The complexity and severity of your dental issues will significantly impact how long you need to wear braces. Simple cases like minor crowding or spacing can be resolved faster than more complex issues like severe tooth or jaw alignment problems.

Do I need to see my dentist while wearing braces?

Yes. Having braces is a significant step towards achieving a healthier and more beautiful smile. Orthodontic treatment often focuses on the correct alignment of teeth and jaw, but it is important to remember that maintaining overall dental health is equally critical during this period. As such, seeing your dentist regularly while wearing braces is imperative.