Our orthodontists in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and surrounding areas offer a full range of orthodontic treatments. Whether you’re an adult interested in clear aligners or a parent concerned about their child’s teeth, we’re ready to help you! Our orthodontists are accepting new patients and would be more than happy to answer your questions.
Please click on any of the links below to learn more about a specific treatment option. To schedule an appointment, please call Parrish Orthodontics or fill out our online contact form.
Regardless of your age, it’s never too late to get the smile of your dreams. We offer both orthodontics for adults and children. Here’s what you need to know about getting metal braces at Parrish Orthodontics.Metal Braces
Clear Ceramic Braces
Wish you could skip, but aren’t a candidate for Invisalign®? Ask our orthodontists about getting clear ceramic braces. These braces blend in with the color of your natural enamel so you can discreetly straighten your teeth.Clear Ceramic Braces
As the name suggests, Invisalign is a series of nearly invisible aligners that exert constant but gentle pressure on your teeth. With each set of new aligners, you move closer to having your dream smile.Invisalign
Dentofacial orthopedics refers to how an orthodontist guides a child’s facial growth and development. They may do this through, expanders, and other appliances.Dentofacial Orthopedics
You may be a candidate for orthognathic surgery if you have significant bite and jaw alignment issues that go beyond what orthodontics can fix. You must also be done growing. In general, the jaw stops growing around age 16 for females and 18 for males.Surgical Orthodontics
Our craniofacial orthodontists have experience treating patients with jaw and face abnormalities. To provide the best care possible for your child, they’ll work with a team of specialists such as oral surgeons and craniofacial plastic surgeons.Craniofacial Orthodontics
Temporary Anchorage Devices
A temporary anchorage device (TAD) is a fixed anchor point that our orthodontists use to push or pull a tooth in a certain direction. A TAD can also be used to anchor a tooth in place so it doesn’t move with its neighbors.Temporary Anchorage Devices
Sleep Apnea Treatment
Do you snore loudly at night? Has your partner ever witnessed you stop breathing during sleep? If so, you may have a condition called obstructive sleep apnea, which happens when the soft tissue collapses at the back of the throat and blocks your airway.Sleep Apnea Treatment
The sooner you schedule an appointment with us, the sooner we’ll be able to treat the underlying cause of your TMD. For example, sometimes an overbite or other bite issue can lead to jaw pain later in life.TMD Treatment