Orthodontist – Amherst

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Dr. McManaman offers consultations to our Docbraces Amherst patients from the office on Maple Street that we share with dentists Dr. Paul MacEachern, Dr. Kim Maddison, and Dr. Vivian Hsu. After our initial consultation, we treat patients from ages 7 and up in our Moncton office. Dr. McManaman has been working as an Orthodontist for over a decade and has a wealth of experience treating dental issues ranging from mild to severe. New patients can always expect that their first consultation visit will be free because during this appointment we’ll be identifying what is causing the pain, discomfort or cosmetic issue and deciding which strategy will be the most efficient to help you achieve your desired results.

Orthodontists are trained to address the range of dental problems that are caused by poor jaw alignment, irregular spacing of teeth and improper bites. Left without treatment, these issues can be the cause of chronic pain and many times lead to poor self-esteem or other health issues.

With our advanced diagnostic equipment, you can expect your tests to be accurate, quick and pain-free. We use a range of technology to determine the best strategy for you to reach your goals so that there is minimal disruption to your life or pain throughout your course of treatment.

Amherst Orthodontist Treatments

The orthodontic team at our Docbraces Amherst location provides a range of treatments, such as:

 
  • Invisalign
  • Clear braces
  • Damon Clear braces
  • Friction-free braces
  • Express Smiles™ treatment for certain candidates.
 

By identifying and correcting any orthodontic issues you have, you’ll experience a range of health improvements and benefits, including a reduced chance you’ll be diagnosed with gum or  heart disease, and other lifestyle-related diseases. You’re likely to also experience improved oral hygiene and better quality sleep.

Docbraces Amherst Team

The team supporting Dr. McManaman includes Orthodontic Hygienists Jessica Cormier, Cynthia Hebert, and Pam Haines, and Orthodontic Assistants Tammy Coffin, Rachel Oulton and Rachel Hennessey.

Also working in the office and looking forward to seeing you and help with your care are Patient Service Coordinator Brooke McGovern, and Treatment Coordinator Chelsea McPherson.

 

Schedule your consultation today!

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