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Icon Dental Orthodontics offers the best orthodontics services in Downtown Seattle and South Everett.  We take pride in our team of expert and professional dentists skilled in all aspects of orthodontics. We are a fully integrated group, and we offer consultative services for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of all orthodontic issues.  

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Dr. Keyvan Sohrabi  is a well-known and leading orthodontist for Adults, teenagers, and children. Dr. Keyvan Sohrabi provides you with the highest level of orthodontic treatment and orthodontic consultation in Everett and Seattle and provides Invisalign and both traditional and lingual braces.

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When Do You Need To Visit an Orthodontist?​

Orthodontists are skilled dentists who diagnose and treat teeth misalignments. If you experience any of the following conditions, it is time to visit an orthodontist:

  • Crooked smile
  • Difficulty in performing basic functions such as biting, chewing, or speaking. 
  • Teeth misalignment resulting in overbite or underbite. 
  • Protruding or crowded teeth. 
  • Subconsciously clenching or grinding of teeth. 
  • Chronic pain in the jaw. 
  • Frequent shifting of jaws. 
  • Unintentional biting of the cheek or the roof of the mouth. 
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The smile is an expression of inner peace and happiness. Everyone deserves to smile freely and confidently. But are your crooked and misaligned teeth making you conscious of your smile, and you shy away from smiling freely? If so, Icon Dental Orthodontics is there to help you. Our team of skilled orthodontics will fix your issues and give you the confidence to smile as desired.

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Common Orthodontic Problems​

Some of the common orthodontic problems faced by the majority of the population are:
  • Teeth crowding: Teeth appear to be crowded when the jaws lack enough space to accommodate teeth in a uniform manner. 
  • Open bite: It is identified by the vertical space between the upper and lower sets of teeth. Both sets of teeth do not come together when the mouth is closed. 
  • A deep bite occurs when the top front teeth extend over the lower front teeth in a vertical direction. 
  • Underbite: In this condition, the lower set of teeth protrudes over the upper set of teeth. 
  • Hypodontia: this is a hereditary condition that is characterized by the lack of teeth development. In this case, one or several teeth are missing. 
  • Impacted teeth: In this case, teeth fail to erupt properly and remain stuck in the bone. 
  • Presence of wide spaces or uneven gaps between adjacent teeth.
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At Icon Dental Orthodontics, we offer free diagnosis exams to identify your dental issues. Our expert orthodontists will carefully examine your teeth, identify the problem and start a suitable treatment immediately. So grab your chance to get a free dental examination from the best dentists in town. 

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So what are you waiting for? Call our number and book your consultation with the top orthodontists today. With Icon Dental Orthodontics’ top-notch services, your dental woes are a thing of the past.

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Your smile is precious, and so are you. To have a stress-free experience, start your orthodontic journey with Icon Dental Center.

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So what are you waiting for? Call our number and book your consultation with the top orthodontists today. With Icon Dental Orthodontics’ top-notch services, your dental woes are a thing of the past.

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How does Orthodontic Treatment work?

Orthodontic treatment is aimed at correcting the alignment of crooked or misplaced teeth. Thanks to orthodontic treatment, you can achieve a symmetrical smile. To achieve the desired alignment, different appliances such as braces, retainers, aligners, space maintainers, and headgear are used. These appliances are made of metal, ceramic, or plastic. They work in the following ways:
  • Braces: Braces are metal wires which are attached over misaligned teeth. They straighten the teeth by gently exerting pressure on them. 
  • Clear aligners are a series of trays that serve the same purpose as braces. However, unlike braces, they can be removed from time to time. 
  • Space maintainers are small devices that are placed in the gaps that exist between teeth. The gap may have occurred due to the premature loss of a baby tooth, and space maintainers ensure the gap remains intact for the permanent teeth to erupt and grow.

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Experience the Best Orthodontic Treatment in Everette and Seattle

We assure you that by choosing Icon Dental Orthodontics, you will receive the best orthodontic treatment in Everette and Seattle. So say goodbye to an awkward smile, misplaced teeth, and jaw pain. Icon Dental Orthodontics has the best solution for all your dental worries. 

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Frequently Asked Questions About Orthodontist

An orthodontist is a specialized dentist who prevents, diagnoses, and treats misaligned teeth and irregularities in the face and jaw. They use specialized appliances such as braces and aligners to make teeth more symmetrical.

Orthodontics treatments serve two purposes:

 

  • Rectify the dental irregularities and encourage optimal functioning of teeth. They also prevent teeth wear and tear due to grinding, overbite, and underbite. 
  • By making teeth more symmetrical, they improve the aesthetics of the face.

Yes, The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that by the time your child reaches seven years of age, he should have his first dental checkup with an orthodontist.

Teeth extraction is not a part of regular orthodontic treatments. However, it becomes necessary in the following scenarios:

 

  • The patient has severely crowded teeth.
  • The presence of impacted teeth, i.e., when the teeth become trapped underneath the gum line. 



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