Teeth straightening for kids, teens, and adults
The goal of orthodontics is to create a beautiful smile and a functional and comfortable bite, which is how the teeth fit together when chewing or speaking. Nothing is more important to Dr. Meserkhani than giving you or your child a straight smile with a fully comfortable bite that will last them a lifetime.
Advanced education and training
Dr. Valdman graduated from NYU College of Dentistry with his Doctoral Degree in Dentistry and opened his first practice in Ridgewood, New York and also practiced as an associate in Manhattan, New York.
Friendly, experienced orthodontic care for all ages
Practicing all scopes of dentistry, his practice is fully equipped with innovative technology which allows him to provide superior services and products to all of his patients which range in age from one year to the elderly.
The American Association of Orthodontics recommends that children meet with an orthodontist by the age of seven. By beginning any necessary treatment at an early age, we can identify and correct problems before they become more serious and require more invasive procedures.
During your child’s initial consultation, we will evaluate whether any problems such as an open bite, potential crowding or gummy smiles need to be addressed currently or in the future. If treatment is needed, Dr. Vadim Valdman will design a personalized treatment plan for your child.
Types of braces we offer
Traditional metal braces: are the most common type of braces, especially for children. Recent improvements make metal braces more comfortable than they were previously, and your child has the option of customizing their smile with colored bands. Traditional braces are made with high-quality stainless steel and straighten teeth using metal brackets, wires, and rubber bands.
Ceramic braces: are made with clear materials, making them less noticeable than metal braces. For adults and older children who have concerns about the aesthetics of their smile during treatment, ceramic braces may be the appropriate option. However, they are larger than metal braces and require closer attention to oral hygiene. Ceramic braces are also more brittle than metal braces and are most frequently used on the upper arch.
We also use Invisalign® to straighten teeth using a series of clear, comfortable plastic aligners that gradually and gently shift your teeth into the proper position.