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Orthodontic Braces

Traditional metal or non-metallic, ceramic orthodontic braces are a great way to improve your smile and your self esteem.

Orthodontic braces treatment options for today’s patients is much easier, more comfortable, typically produces fuller smiles with longer lasting results and less incidence of relapse, and creates healthier TMJ function that lasts for a lifetime. Read more about the advantages of orthodontics.

There are two types of braces: traditional, metal braces and non-metal, ceramic braces. Both accomplish the same goal of improving your smile through controlled alignment over time, but the ceramic braces are tooth-colored and (other than the wire) contain no metal. View our orthodontic smile gallery.

"Orthodontic care is an investment in your children’s future, not just an improvement in their current self esteem. The benefits of an attractive, welcoming smile are an asset that will be appreciated and enjoyed their whole life."
—Dr. Ted Reese

Frequently Asked questions

Will I have to get teeth removed of wear headgear?

Unlike previous generations and their outdated methods, I rarely resort to taking out permanent teeth and employing the awkward headgear that was so commonplace. Today we have several options to accomplish great smiles with even better results.

Do I get to choose what color bands I get to wear each month?

Yes, we have many colors to choose from and for children (or kids at heart) we offer Wild Smiles Brackets to make the braces experience a little more fun!

What is it like to get braces? Is it painful?

Read first-hand from one of our patient’s story about her experience getting braces.

How do I get started?

We are located just north of Greenwood, Indiana on US 31 in Indianapolis. Call our office at 317-882-0228 for a consultation from Dr. Ted Reese.

We have been patients of Dr Ted’s for 25+ years. He’s done all 3 of our children’s orthodontia and performed oral surgery both in removal of wisdom teeth and in an emergency bicycle accident after hours with our youngest child. He has my highest regard.”
— Kimberly, Bargersville