Orthodontics in Barrie.


Why choose an Orthodontist?

Orthodontics is the treatment used to move a patient’s teeth to a more natural alignment. The benefits of orthodontic treatment goes beyond simply improving the appearance of your smile – addressing a variety of functional health concerns as well.

At Georgian mall Dental Group, we provide a wide range of appliance options for both children and adults, depending on each patient’s unique physical and social needs.



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During your consultation not only will Georgian Mall Dental Group
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can expect from each option.

Our team is here to answer all your questions you may have.

Orthodontics for Children

In addition to these general guidelines, there are some specific recommendations for children. The American Academy of Orthodontists (AAO) recommends that your child have an orthodontic examination by age 7 — for two very good reasons.

One stems from the fact that there’s a wide disparity in tooth development at that age — so it takes an expert to tell if a child may actually have an orthodontic problem, or if it’s just a normal developmental variation. By that time, an orthodontist can usually determine whether or not there will be adequate room in the mouth to accommodate the permanent teeth.

The second reason for an early exam is that many conditions are far easier to treat if they’re caught at an early stage, when children’s natural growth processes are in full swing. For example, a palatal expander appliance can effectively treat a child’s crossbite (a condition where the upper teeth close inside the lower ones) because a youngster’s jaw is still growing rapidly. However, if left untreated, oral surgery could later be required to correct this serious condition.

Orthodontics for Adults

You know when your child should come in for an orthodontic exam. Now, how about you? Do you cover your mouth with your hand when you smile? Are you self-conscious around strangers because your smile isn’t as perfect as you want it to be? If so then the best time to see an orthodontist might be — right now!

Maybe you think orthodontics is just for kids. If so, then it’s time to think again! In fact, according to the AAO, around one in five orthodontic patients today is an adult. Why are more adults getting orthodontic treatment? There are plenty of reasons.

Orthodontic treatment can be successful at any age — and in older patients, compliance isn’t usually an issue. Plus, with the growing availability of clear aligners, translucent ceramic brackets, and lingual braces, it’s getting harder to tell whether or not you’re wearing orthodontic appliances. So if you worry that metal braces might clash with your professional image, be sure to ask about less-visible alternatives.

Of course, it isn’t just about looks. Well-aligned teeth are easier to clean and maintain, and less subject to abnormal wear. A better bite keeps you from having trouble eating and speaking, and helps your teeth stay healthy — and healthy teeth can last a lifetime. So why delay getting orthodontic treatment?

Treatable Cases.


Dental Braces
Traditional braces are designed with orthodontic wires, brackets and doors. Your GMDG orthodontist slowly tweaks and adjusts the wires over time to control and correct the orientation of the teeth. This tried-and-true method for straightening teeth allows us to apply gentle pressure with exceptional control. Options available include traditional metal braces, or ceramic (clear) braces that are an excellent alternative for patients who prefer their orthodontic work to be less noticeable.
Invisalign / Clear Aligners

Invisalign takes a clearer approach to straightening teeth. Perfect for both adults and teens, the ingenious system utilizes a series of custom-designed clear aligners created specifically for each patient based on advanced 3D digital imaging. The aligner trays are constructed with a comfortable-smooth, virtually invisible material that fits over the teeth. As the patient wears the aligner device, their teeth are gradually shifted into position. Typically a number of staged aligners are used, culminating in a perfect straight and radiant smile.

Elastics (Rubber Bands)

Wearing elastics (or rubber bands) improves the fit of your upper and lower teeth. Wear rubber bands as instructed, and remember that the rubber bands work far more efficiently if they’re worn as prescribed.


The Forsus Fatigue Resistant Device is an alternative to headgear which promotes growth in adolescents, helping to eliminate excessive overbites, improve the fit of teeth, and possibly prevent the need for jaw surgery.

Herbst® Appliance
The Herbst® appliance reduces overbite by encouraging the lower jaw forward and the upper molars backward. This fixed appliance is used mostly for younger, growing children and is worn for about 12-15 months.
Palatal Expander
The palatal expander “expands” (or widens) your upper jaw by putting gentle pressure on your upper molars each time an adjustment is made. Your orthodontist will instruct you about when and how to adjust your expander. When you achieve the desired expansion, you will wear the appliance for several months to solidify the expansion and to prevent regression.
Positioners complete the final tooth movements in your orthodontic treatment. With your full cooperation, you should only need to wear the positioner appliance for four to eight weeks.
Separators or Spacers

Separators are little rubber doughnuts that may be placed between your teeth to push them apart so that orthodontic bands may be placed during your next appointment. The separators will be removed before we place the bands. Separators do not mix well with sticky foods, toothpicks, or floss.

Retainers may be removable or fixed. They hold your teeth in their new, correct positions after your teeth have been straightened. Your orthodontist will instruct you on how to care for your retainer and about the duration of the wear. Wearing your retainer as directed is crucial to prevent regression of your treatment.

Dental insurance plans and employee benefit plans can cover anywhere from 50% to 100% of the cost of treatment depending on the plan. No insurance? One of the following 3 solutions may be just what the doctor ordered:

1. In-house, we offer interest-free payment plans from 6 to 18 months depending on the duration of the treatment.

2. You can apply for the PayBrite “buy now pay later” solution on the spot and receive approval within minutes

3. You can also apply for Dentalcard online and receive approval within 24 to 48 hours

Which best describes your smile?

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What to expect on your first visit.

Whether you’re getting orthodontic work for yourself or your child, we’re here to make sure you feel totally comfortable and at ease with your future treatment.

At your first appointment, we’ll start by determining if orthodontic treatment is even needed and, if so, how and when to start. This involves conducting a thorough examination of the patient’s mouth, and taking photographs and x-rays to assess treatment requirements. We’ll then offer our recommend treatment and, if there is more than one treatment option available, we’ll carefully explain the options including the pros and cons of each.

If we recommend an appliance as part of the treatment, we’ll explain how the appliance works; we’ll also tell you how long the full treatment program will last and your anticipated frequency of appointments. Finally, we’ll provide you with an estimate of the treatment costs, review your insurance coverage and discuss all your other financing and payment options. Please note, all patients under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Frequently asked questions
Many dental insurance plans will cover Invisalign treatment in the same way they cover traditional braces. Your insurance company may pay for a certain percentage of your Invisalign treatment, or they may cover a certain dollar amount. Often there is a lifetime cap on the amount insurance will pay.

Ask your benefits manager at work, call your insurance plan’s customer service line or look through your benefits package under “orthodontic treatment.” Sometimes, orthodontic treatment is covered by health insurance instead of dental insurance. Insurance for orthodontic coverage can also be purchased separately through your insurance provider.

Yes, we’ll gladly submit your insurance claim on your behalf at time of payment. When you arrive for your initial consultation, talk to us about your insurance plan. If you’re not sure about your coverage, we’d be happy to call your insurance provider for you and enquire about your coverage.

For your convenience, we offer a monthly payment plan to help spread the cost of the Invisalign clear aligners over the length of the treatment.

When you arrive for your initial consultation, ask about our monthly payment options and we can develop a plan that works for your budget.

Making small payments throughout the course of your treatment rather than all at once can make it easier to plan your monthly budget.

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