Rector Orthodontics Blog
208 N 11th Ave, Bozeman, MT, 59715
Welcome to the Rector Orthodontics Blog. Braces and Invisalign for Kids and Adults in the Heart of Bozeman, Montana.
Dr. Jeffrey Rector is a certified orthodontic specialist providing braces and Invisalign to the children, teens, and adults of Bozeman and Southwest Montana.
The purpose of this blog is to provide general information about orthodontic care, our orthodontic treatment philosophies, and our office located in the heart of Bozeman, Montana.
Introducing Our New Trios 3Shape Orthodontic Intraoral Scanner - Posted by Dr. Jeffrey Rector, February 21st, 2017
"To improve the comfort and overall orthodontic experience of our patients, we recently invested in a 3Shape Trios 3 Intra-oral scanner . . ." Read More.
Invisalign for Teens: Achieving Your Smile Goals Without Braces - Posted by Dr. Jeffrey Rector, September 23rd, 2016
Do you or your child want straight teeth and a confident smile but are hesitant to commit to traditional braces? If so, there may be a viable alternative to braces called Invisalign Teen . . . Read More
Palatal Expanders: What to Expect When You're Expanding - Posted by Dr. Jeffrey Rector, June 22nd, 2016
Braces are the most common orthodontic "appliance" used to straighten teeth, align bites, and achieve beautiful smiles. However, there are times that braces alone aren't enough to complete the job. In some of these cases, an orthodontic palatal expander may be necessary . . . Read More
At What Age Should My Child See an Orthodontist? - Posted by Dr. Jeffrey Rector, April 12th, 2016.
There is some confusion and uncertainty that exists regarding the right time that a child should see an orthodontist for an initial consultation. We will address some of the more common misconceptions and questions we face with the hope of providing some clarity on the subject for you and your family. The American Association of Orthodontists recommends . . . Read More
How Long Will I Be in Braces? - Posted by Dr. Jeffrey Rector, April 4th, 2016
One of the most common questions on people's minds when they are considering starting orthodontic treatment for themselves or their child is "How long will this take?" And the answer is, well, "it depends". It depends on multiple factors that primarily fall into two categories: the needs and goals of each individual. First, we will consider needs . . . Read More