Treating children with safe and effective techniques using the latest technology!

Early Treatment

If you are looking for an experienced and respected orthodontist for early treatment for your child, you can turn to Windermere Orthodontics. Dr. Michael Gorlovsky specializes in treating children with safe and effective techniques and the latest technology available. We understand that early orthodontic treatment is an important decision and notable investment for your family. At our practice, we consider it a privilege to correct and improve your child’s smile. Our goal is to provide exceptional and personalized orthodontic treatment in the most caring environment. We use cutting-edge technology such as digital x-rays, soft tissue lasers, Cone Beam 3D technology and Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs) to expedite your child’s treatment time and provide the effective and minimally invasive methods you are looking for.

Orthodontics for Children

When it comes to orthodontics for children, Dr. Gorlovsky carries the knowledge, experience and skill it takes to help you best. Choosing orthodontics for your child can simplify later treatment requirements and reduce future dental problems. We recommend that your child be evaluated for orthodontic treatment by the age of 7, or when the first permanent molars and incisors have come in. This is typically the time that crossbites, crowding, and other problems can be accurately assessed.

Braces for Kids

Early orthodontic treatment can guide the growth of the jaw and incoming permanent teeth, as well as regulate the width of the upper and lower dental arches. This can provide necessary space for your child’s permanent teeth and help you avoid the need for tooth extractions. To learn more about our expertise in pediatric orthodontics, please contact us today. We can schedule a complimentary consultation at our Suwanee or Cumming location where Dr. Gorlovsky can evaluate your child for orthodontic care and recommend the best possible treatment options for your specific needs and goals.