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Treatment for All Ages
Personalized Treatment Options for Your Lifestyle
At PORTH Personalized Orthodontics, Dr. Rooz can help you make a decision about the best treatment option for you and your lifestyle.
Every patient is unique and deserves special attention throughout the process, in order to achieve the best results and experience possible.
Finding the right solution and orthodontist to administer your orthodontic treatment can make a world of difference for your smile.
Cutting Edge Technology for High Quality Orthodontic Care
Dr. Rooz is a key contributor in digital orthodontics. He use cutting edge technology at PORTH including 3D printing and 3D xray imaging to improve your orthodontic experience and offer highest quality of orthodontic care.
From our digital bracse to customized clear aligners (aka Invisalign) you will experience modern orthodontic delivered by Dr. Rooz Khosravi, an associate professor of orthodontcis. We also use encypted applications to virtually track progress of your care and answer your questions during your orthodontic treatment.
Popular Treatments for Kids
Our Approach to Orthodontic Child Needs
Choosing the Best time to start treatment
The American Association of Orthodontists encourages parents to take their child to see an orthodontist by the age of 7 for an initial examination. Rest assured, Dr. Rooz does not believe in over-treating children. We’ll monitor your child and determine the right time to intervene.
Two phase treatment allows orthodontists to correct dental problems while a kid transitions between baby teeth and adult teeth. Managing space for adult teeth to replace baby teeth is critical.
Successful early treatment (child's braces) in kids addresses structural problems that would otherwise require teeth extractions or surgery, which can become more complicated with age. Early treatment also helps protect flared upper front teeth from injuries mostly leading in tooth fracture.
Orthodontists can redirect skeletal growth in children using early treatment. An expander on upper teeth is an example of orthodontic treatment that fixes a small upper jaw. Reverse pull headgear (facemask) is another example.
Most skeletal issues can result in misalignment in teeth or sometimes in the bite. Habits like thumb sucking can adversely impact growth of upper and lower jaws or disrupt developing straight teeth.
Common Problems We Treat
Clear Aligners & Braces for Teens
Orthodontic Treatment for Teens
We are excited to be a part of your perfect smile journey. We love to work with families as they explore best options for their child’s treatment, as well as adults looking to improve their smiles.
space management for dental implants
Jaw bone problems
The treatments we offer are unique, advanced and based on scientific evidence. We believe that your journey to improve your smile should be transparent and individually tailored based on your expectations, interests, lifestyle, and financial needs.
Lingual & conventional braces
Corrective jaw surgery
Sleep breathing disorders
Porth Aligners vs. INVISALIGN
PORTH clear aligners are the next generation clear aligners to the traditional Invisalign appliance.
3D Printed on-site
PORTH Clear Aligners are designed and 3D printed on-site based on a digital simulation of teeth in their ideal positions. Our 3D printers use only the finest quality materials.
Ready in hours,
You will be able to start your treatment as soon as possible. PORTH Clear Aligners are ready the same day as your appointment, instead of the 4-6 week production time for Invisalign appliances.
Our Most Popular Treatments for Adults
PORTH Clear Aligners (Invisalign)
Aligners are clear plastic trays that fit closely over the teeth, apply pressure on the teeth and slowly, but steadily move them.
- 3D Printed Plastic Trays
- Ready in to pick up in a day
- Comfortable and discreet
- 18-22 hour daily wear time
Lingual braces are a popular option for many adults seeking to improve their smile as they utilize the technology of traditional fixed braces.
- Braces are placed behind your teeth
- Most efficient treatment for most patients
- Fixed, 24 hour daily wear time, minor diet restrictions
What should you expect at your first appointment?
After you check in, one of our orthodontic assistants will perform an oral examination by taking a digital scan of your mouth to evaluate the position of your teeth and bite with our 3D scanning software. Then, Dr. Rooz will review your scans and dental history and medical conditions, and devise a treatment plan.
Dr. Rooz will review your treatment options with you or your guardian, and together you’ll create a personalized treatment plan that fits your lifestyle. Once you’ve chosen a course of treatment, our coordinator will review financing options that maximizes any dental benefits and will help create a payment plan that works for you.
Dental Services at PORTH
After you finish with your orthodontic care and your teeth are straight, you will receive a clear, removable, plastic appliance called a retainer. You will wear these retainers full time in the beginning, and later you may only wear them at night. This ensures your teeth stay in their ideal position, maintaining the perfect smile you worked so hard to achieve.
Everyone should wear a mouthguard while playing contact and non-contact sports to protect their teeth and gums from injury. Mouthguards can provide protection and help avoid costly dental treatment associated with injuries.
Treatments for Sleep Breathing Disorders
Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a disorder characterized by repeated episodes of partial or complete obstruction of the upper airway during sleep, leading to breathing pauses. These pauses in breathing, known as apneas, can lead to reduced oxygen levels in the blood and result in brief awakenings throughout the night, although individuals often do not remember these awakenings. The cycle of disrupted breathing and arousal from sleep can occur multiple times an hour and impairs the ability to achieve deep, restorative sleep, causing excessive daytime sleepiness and fatigue.
Symptoms of OSA may include loud snoring, witnessed pauses in breathing during sleep, tossing and turning, waking up with a dry or sore throat, headaches upon waking, and excessive daytime sleepiness.
Orthodontic Treatment for Sleep Apnea
Specific orthodontic treatments can assist in managing obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Our clinic works in conjunction with various sleep medicine specialists to provide accurate diagnoses of OSA.
Dr. Rooz offers a range of treatment options to aid patients diagnosed with this condition. These treatments include jaw surgery and the use of oral appliances. Additionally, we provide orthodontic care for patients who encounter complications related to their sleep oral appliances.
Orthodontist Treating Airway Disorders
Dental providers and orthodontists with an interest in sleep dental medicine often pursue additional training to provide treatments for sleep-related breathing disorders (SBD).
Dr. Rooz is a dentist qualified by the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM), which offers scientific evidence-based treatments for sleep breathing disorders.
Our practice collaborates with a multidisciplinary team of physicians and oral surgeons to deliver specialized care for airway issues.
Sleep Breathing Disorders
Sleep breathing disorders are conditions that involve abnormal and difficult respiration during sleep. They encompass a range of issues, including chronic snoring, obstructive sleep apnea, and central sleep apnea, each affecting the quality of sleep and potentially leading to serious health consequences if untreated due to the impact on the body's oxygen and carbon dioxide balance.
Dr. Rooz works with a specialized team to address pediatric sleep apnea treatments. At PORTH, we provide various treatment options for children with sleep breathing disorders.