Your First Visit

The goal of your initial visit to our office is to determine if orthodontic treatment is necessary and, if so, when it would be appropriate to start. The first visit is complementary and consists of an office tour, a clinical examination, digital photographs, x-rays (if necessary), initial diagnosis, and a discussion of potential treatment options.

If the examination reveals that treatment is warranted, an estimate of treatment cost and determination of insurance benefits are reviewed. If it is decided that the patient is ready for treatment, additional comprehensive diagnostic, consultation, and placement appointments are made.  The initial exam is a great opportunity to ask any questions you may have for Dr. Daub.  He is easy to talk to and very knowledgeable.

Consultation Appointment

Comprehensive diagnostic records (x-rays, photographs, and digital scans and/or 3D models of the teeth) are thoroughly analyzed by Dr. Daub to determine the best course of treatment and to develop an individualized treatment plan.  We discuss your treatment plan in detail before orthodontic appliances are placed.

Regular Appointments

Placement of orthodontic appliances (braces, expanders, etc.) usually takes from one to two hours. You will then see us at regular intervals, four to eight weeks apart, for adjustments which take approximately 20-30 minutes. Patients are seen by appointment only. We make every effort to be on time for our patients, and ask that you extend the same courtesy to us. If you cannot keep an appointment, please notify us immediately.

Debonding Appointment

When treatment is completed, the braces/appliances are removed and post-treatment records are taken. Retainers are made and fit to hold the teeth in place.

Request an Appointment

The first step toward achieving a beautiful, healthy smile is to schedule an appointment.


Individualized Care

What Sets Us Apart.

Dr. Daub does not divide his time between multiple offices but is completely committed to one location and lives in the area.