All Ages Accepted


You are never fully dressed without a smile! A beautiful smile boosts self confidence and self esteem, can help eliminate painful bite and TMJ issues, and can make it easier to maintain healthy gums and teeth. It is truly a great investment! There are several options to achieve the smile of your dreams, from metal and ceramic braces to invisalign and braces that fit behind your teeth!


As a parent, you want the best for your child. That includes healthy teeth and a pleasing smile as well as a healthy bite. At Hall Orthodontics, our goal is to treat your children as if they were our own, by providing them with the best possible orthodontic care.

All Kids Should Get an Orthodontic Check-Up By Age 7:
The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that an orthodontist evaluate all children by age 7, which is typically when the first adult molars begin to erupt and establish the back bite. Though at first that might seem like such a young age, most severe orthopedic issues can be detected early and treated more effectively when children are younger and have growth potential. Although most children will not need early treatment, Dr. Hall will do a thorough exam and still monitor their growth and dental development to ensure a future healthy smile absolutely free of charge! Those that do need early treatment can sleep soundly knowing that Dr. Hall is specialized in treating young children and even promises they’ll actually have fun while going through it.

Signs the Bite's Not Right:
It's not always easy to tell when your child may need braces or has an orthodontic problem. Even teeth that look straight may be hiding a problem bite. Here are some clues that may indicate the need for orthodontic attention:

  • Early or late loss of baby teeth

  • Difficulty in chewing or biting

  • Breathing through the mouth

  • Thumb-sucking

  • Crowded, misplaced or blocked-out teeth

  • Jaws that are too far forward or back

  • Biting the cheek or biting into the roof of the mouth

  • Protruding teeth

  • Upper and lower teeth that don't meet, or meet in an abnormal way

  • An unbalanced facial appearance

  • Grinding or clenching of the teeth

Problems to Watch for in Growing Children:
Malocclusions ("bad bites"), like those illustrated below, may benefit from early diagnosis and referral to an orthodontic specialist for a full evaluation. If your child has one or more of these dental issues, please contact us by setting up a free consultation. We would love to discuss your child's orthodontic options and develop a treatment plan that is customized to your child's needs and desires.