in Rochester, NY

Comprehensive Treatments

Comprehensive treatment corrects jaw and dental misalignment, improves biting, and results in a beautiful smile for individuals who have lost all of their baby teeth. A Smile to Grow With provides innovative, all-inclusive treatment to infants, children, and teens. Our experts will change your child’s smile and health with outstanding orthodontic care, a personalized treatment plan, and exceptional service, using cutting-edge technologies and years of expertise.

We use braces and retainers to enhance or correct all elements of a patient’s smile, from their bite and jaw to their tooth alignment.

If you’re interested in getting your child a full orthodontic treatment, we’ll evaluate their unique health profile and anatomy, talk about the objectives, and establish their smile’s requirements. Then, our orthodontists will create the ideal, personalized treatment plan for them. This may include braces and retainers, and the length might vary based on a variety of variables.

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Two-Phase Treatments

Children in Two-Phase Orthodontic Treatment get Phase One between the ages of seven and eleven before all permanent teeth have set in. This stage is frequently utilized to create a strong foundation for permanent teeth and repair jaw development issues that may otherwise require extraction or surgery later.

A resting period occurs between the two stages to allow for the development of permanent teeth. During this time, retainers may be advised.

After all permanent teeth have come, Phase Two normally begins. This last step of therapy includes complete braces or aligner treatment to ensure that all teeth are properly aligned and in harmony with the lips, cheeks, and tongue. Phase Two is when your gorgeous, healthy smile comes together!

For many young patients, two-phase therapy is an appropriate alternative. Our orthodontists produce healthy smiles, prevent complications, and reduce the chance of a child requiring future extractions or surgery by initiating orthodontic therapy early. If your kid is getting Two-Phase therapy, you can be confident that their smile is in capable hands!


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Meet Our Dentists

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Meet Dr. Kelley

Dr. Cheryl Kelley has been building healthy, lasting relationships with her young patients since 1986. She is dedicated to providing all of her young patients with quality pediatric dental care in a happy and healthy environment.

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Meet Dr. Razban

Dr. Goldie received her doctorate in dentistry at the University of Pennsylvania as a Dean’s Scholar. She graduated with Honors in Community Dentistry and was the recipient of the Humanitarian Award from the International College of Dentists.

Orthodontic Services

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    Interceptive Orthodontics

    Interceptive orthodontics is a specific type of orthodontics intended for children whose mouths are still growing. It can improve your child's dental outcome.

    Interceptive Orthodontics
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    Metal Dental Braces

    Traditional metal dental braces are typically used in cases with extreme overcrowding because they move your teeth in small increments at a time.

    Metal Dental Braces
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    After orthodontic treatment ends a retainer is used to maintain the teeth’s new alignment. There are two types of retainers: permanent and removable.

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    Space Maintainers

    If a primary tooth is extracted before it should have been, a space maintainer can help preserve the space for the adult tooth to come in.

    Space Maintainers

More Questions?

Have more questions about your orthodontic treatment options? Contact our office and we are happy to discuss which option is best for you.


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A Smile to Grow With

370 White Spruce Boulevard
Rochester, NY 14623
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Monday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Tuesday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Wednesday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thursday: 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Friday: Closed



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