An Orthodontist Layton, Utah Residents Trust

We know how important a smile is and we are excited to give you a beautiful smile and the confidence you need. Modern orthodontic techniques make it easier than ever for you to have a beautiful, straight smile. Our doctor and staff are constantly striving to provide exceptional quality care in a family-oriented, fun environment.

Our Goals list

  • 100%
    Patient Satisfaction
  • 100%
    Patient Comfort

Meet the Team users

  • Dr. Cameron

    read more…Dr. CameronDr. Cameron loves creating beautiful smiles! He is a third generation dentist and he also has several orthodontists in his family. He attended Brigham Young University for his undergraduate studies and then went to the University of Nevada-Las Vegas for dental school. He graduated Summa Cum Laude and received various awards for his academic and leadership achievements. After completing his dental training, he pursued orthodontic specialty residency and certification at the prestigious Saint Louis University Center for Advanced Dental Education where he was taught and mentored by professors from all over the world. After becoming a certified orthodontic specialist, Dr. Cameron joined a busy office in Central California but then took an opportunity to join a practice in Salt Lake City before moving his family to Layton. His wife's name is Katie and he has four kids, Zoe, Asher, Abbie and Isaac. When he is not working on creating beautiful smiles, he loves spending time with his family watching movies, traveling, snowboarding and boating.

    Dr. Cameron maintains membership in the American Association of Orthodontists, the Rocky Mountain Society of Orthodontists, the Utah Association of Orthodontists as well as several study groups in order to always be learning and improving to better meet his patients' needs. You can rest assured that Dr. Cameron will take the time to form a personalized treatment plan to meet the individual needs of each patient.

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Services Provided layers

+ Orthodontics for Children

It’s best for the orthodontist to see children by age 7 to advise if orthodontic treatment is required and it is the best time for that patient to be treated. The first permanent molars and incisors have usually come in by that time and crossbites, crowding, and other problems can be evaluated. When treatment is begun early, the orthodontist can guide the growth of the jaw and guide incoming permanent teeth. Early treatment can also regulate the width of the upper and lower dental arches, gain space for permanent teeth, avoid the need for permanent tooth extractions, reduce likelihood of impacted permanent teeth, correct thumb-sucking, and eliminate abnormal swallowing or speech problems. In other words, early treatment can simplify later treatment.

+ Orthodontics for Adults

Orthodontic treatment can be successful at any age and adults especially appreciate the benefits of a beautiful smile. One of every five patients in orthodontic treatment is over 21. Jaw surgery is more often required for adult orthodontic patients because their jaws are not growing. Adults also may have experienced some breakdown or loss of their teeth and bone that supports the teeth and may require periodontal treatment before, during, and/or after orthodontic treatment. Bone loss can also limit the amount and direction of tooth movement that is advisable.

+ How Orthodontic Treatment Works

Orthodontic appliances can be made of metal, ceramic, or plastic. They may be removable or they may be brackets bonded to the teeth. By placing a constant, gentle force in a carefully controlled direction, braces slowly move teeth to a corrected position. This is a great time to wear braces! Gone are the days when a metal band with a bracket was placed around each tooth. You can choose brackets that are clear or metallic color. You can choose the color of the ties that hold the wire in brackets. Wires are also less noticeable than they used to be and the latest materials move teeth faster with less discomfort to patients.

+ Duration of Treatment

Treatment time typically ranges from one to three years, depending on the growth of the patient's mouth and face and the severity of the problem. Patients grow at different rates and will respond variously to orthodontic treatment, so the time to case completion may differ from the original estimate. The patient's diligent use of any prescribed rubber bands or headgear is an important factor in achieving the most efficient treatment. Interceptive, or early treatment procedures, may take as few as six months.

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2940 N. Church St. #302
Layton UT 84040
9:00am - 5:00 pm
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