Your Satsuma orthodontist
Dr. Todd Bennett earned his bachelor's degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He then continued his education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery. Dr. Bennett attended the University of Connecticut Health Sciences Center and completed his orthodontic residency
Dr. Bennett believes you deserve the highest level of care, so he regularly pursues many opportunities to continually learn. On top of attending numerous conferences and lectures, he participates in a wide variety of online training courses. He also stays at the forefront of technologies and treatments by studying with leading researchers and practitioners. This allows him to deliver the exceptional care you deserve.
Dr. Bennett is a member of the following professional organizations:
Traditional braces are one of the most efficient orthodontic tools we have. The metal or ceramic brackets are attached to the teeth, then connected by wires and tiny rubber bands or elastics. Through regular adjustments with our doctors, these components work together to apply gentle pressure, which will gradually move the teeth into the desired positions.
Satsuma braces are an excellent choice for correcting a number of tooth issues, from simple to complex. Traditional braces can often align teeth and close gaps faster than other options, meaning that you’ll spend less time wearing braces. In addition, braces don’t require some of the more complicated technology or expensive equipment that newer treatments can. This makes Satsuma braces an affordable orthodontic option for patients on a budget.
Rather than brackets and bands, the Satsuma Invisalign system uses a series of clear, removable aligners to gradually move the teeth into alignment. Invisalign is currently the top alternative to traditional braces because it’s so popular with both patients and orthodontics.
Invisalign aligners are made of a comfortable plastic material and designed to fit snugly over the patient’s teeth. To keep teeth moving as they should, the virtually invisible trays should be changed out every 1-2 weeks for the next in the series. This keeps the teeth moving in the right direction. You need to wear your aligners 20-22 hours per day throughout treatment in order for them to do their job. Patients who neglect to wear the aligners as directed can have a negative impact on the results and also add time to the orthodontic process.
Invisalign is at its best when it’s used to correct many of the most common orthodontic issues.
Invisalign may not be a good option for certain complex cases. A free consultation with Satsuma Orthodontics will be able to help determine your eligibility for Invisalign.
Satsuma Braces and Invisalign: find the right treatment for your smile
Our skilled doctor and staff excel at providing customized treatment plans for each patient we see. You’ll see when you visit our office for a complimentary consultation that we focus your unique needs such as your specific tooth shape, lip movement, and the shape of your face.
Using these as the basis for treatment will result in a beautifully aligned smile that’s just right for your face!
To learn more about Satsuma orthodontics, click here to schedule your free consultation with Bennett Orthodontics.