At Wright Orthodontics, we know that patient education is an important part of orthodontic outcomes for adults, teenagers and children in Atlanta, Marietta, and the surrounding areas of Georgia.
Why is Patient Education Important?
Orthodontic treatments are services that complement your regular dental treatments, so many people that come to our practice are uncertain about how to prepare and what to expect. Patient education helps you and your family feel more comfortable with the appointments, treatments, and processes at our practice.
What Are the Most Common Topics of Patient Education?
Each of our patients is unique in what topics they want to learn about, but we have assembled some of the most common topics for you to review before your first appointment with Dr. Wright.
- Your First Visit
- Ask Dr. Wright
- Oral Hygiene
- Patient Forms
- Common Problems
- Appliance Instructions
- Types of Appliances
- Braces Diagram
- Orthodontic Dictionary
- Patient Portal
What if I Have Questions After Reviewing the Patient Education Information?
Wright Orthodontics is proud to offer new patients a free initial consultation with Dr. Wright. We invite you to contact us to schedule a consultation and speak with Dr. Wright about your questions and concerns regarding orthodontic treatments for you and your family.
Can I See Results of Treatments at Wright Orthodontics?
The staff and patients of Wright Orthodontics are always proud of the results that are achieved with our treatments. If you would like to see how Dr. Wright has helped adults, adolescents and children with braces and other orthodontic services, visit our Smile Gallery page to see images of some of our patients. Results do vary, but the gallery can give you a general idea of how we help many levels of cases, from straightening teeth to more complex cases that require comprehensive treatment approaches.
If you have any questions after reviewing our patient education section, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation at Wright Orthodontics, where we proudly serve adults, teenagers and children in Atlanta, Marietta, and the surrounding communities of Georgia.