Orthodontics in Houston, TX 

Braces and orthodontic care are often associated with teenagers, but the growing field of Houston orthodontics is being used to treat patients of all ages. This segment of multi-specialty dental care can be used to realign teeth into a straighter, more natural position, to correct an imbalance in a bite, and more -- regardless of your age! 


You Have Choices in Orthodontic Care at Hermosa Dental

Whether you’re looking for orthodontics on Highway 6 in Houston or orthodontics in East Little York, our dental team offers a wide range of smile enhancement treatments without the use of traditional metal braces.

Also, if you’re looking for a clear alternative to straightening your smile, you’ll love the literal flexibility that clear dental aligners provide. For example, instead of having to wear metal braces for 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, you’ll be able to remove your clear aligners for short periods.

Both types of orthodontics will require regular cleaning and maintenance to keep them at top performance, but our dentist and team will provide you with full care instructions so you can use your selected treatment to its full advantage.

Retainers May Be Required 

Most orthodontic treatments will require the use of retainers once treatment is complete. This is an important step because without the use of a retainer your teeth may slowly shift back into their original position and reverse the beautiful results of your smile makeover.

Like braces and aligners, there are different types of retainers available, and we’ll make sure you have the information you need to choose which will work best for your goals.

Advanced Technology for Advanced Dental Care 

Our office utilizes advanced technology to ensure thorough examinations and efficiency in every procedure we perform – from orthodontics and cosmetic dentistry to dental cleanings and preventive dentistry. Learn how we can help reshape the health and vitality of your smile and book an appointment now! 


Other Dental Services

Bone Grafting

A bone graft is a surgical procedure in which bone tissue is transplanted into an area of the body that is damaged or needs additional support.

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Composite Fillings

When proper oral hygiene (brushing and flossing) is not kept, plaque can build up on the teeth and gums. The bacteria living in the plaque

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Dental Bridges

Dental bridges and crowns are fixed prosthetic devices that are cemented to existing teeth to repair damage or strengthen a tooth.

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Dental Cleanings

Brushing and flossing are key steps in maintaining good oral health, but they can still leave behind traces of plaque and debris.

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Dental Crowns

A dental crown, also referred to as a cap, completely covers a tooth. It is a dental prosthetic that has several uses. It can be used to:

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Dental Implants

There are several options available to replace missing teeth. Dental implants offer the advantage of better stability than dentures or bridges.

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Dental Sealants

Brushing and flossing are excellent habits to keep to prevent tooth decay and cavities. For extra protection, dental sealants can be applied.

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If you have missing teeth, you are probably keenly aware of how inconvenient it can be. However, many people don’t know that it can actually

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Fluoride Treatment

According to the ADA, fluoride intake is often recommended for infants and children between the ages of six months and 16 years

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Inlays and Onlays

When a tooth becomes damaged or develops a cavity, a filling is normally used to treat it. More extensive damage usually calls for a crown.

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Mouth Guards

If you participate in sports, you probably have gear that you must bring to every game and practice. Just as protective equipment such as helmets

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Night Guards

Bruxism is a condition where you unconsciously grind your teeth during sleep. This can result in jaw pain in the morning and also lead

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Oral Cancer Screening

In the United States, one adult dies from oral cancers every hour. Advanced stages of oral cancers are more likely to spread to other areas and are

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Emergency Dental Care

Management of our young patients’ discomfort and anxiety is a primary consideration of your Houston pediatric dentist — but when it’s necessary

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Periodontal Treatment

If proper brushing and flossing habits are not kept, plaque could be allowed to build up on the teeth surfaces and on the gum line.

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Porcelain Veneers

If you want to make cosmetic improvements to your smile, porcelain veneers are a great option. These thin, custom-made shells can treat

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Root Canal Therapy

The pulp of a tooth is located inside the tooth, under the enamel and dentin. This soft tissue contains blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissue

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Sedation Dentistry

Sedation is sometimes needed for certain dental procedures. Other times, it can be used to help anxious patients to relax for a better experience.

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Teeth Whitening

Most people want a bright, white smile. Unfortunately, there are many reasons why teeth can become discolored. Food and drink, mouth injuries

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Tooth Extraction

Though a tooth extraction is the last thing anyone wants to have done at the dentist office, sometimes, it is necessary to ensure the health of the remaining

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