Nanda Orthodontics


Yes! We do braces! We treat patients in Edmond and OKC with many options offered to help straighten the teeth of Oklahomans including clear braces, metal braces, Damon, lingual braces, and more! The benefits of adult orthodontic treatment often go beyond the obvious physical changes of an improved bite and straighter teeth; it’s also a great way to improve a person’s overall self-image.

Why Braces?

Braces can do more than just give you a beautiful smile. By straightening your teeth and aligning your jaw, braces can help you avoid potential oral health problems like tooth decay and gum disease. Left untreated, crooked teeth can be difficult to clean and may even lead to tooth loss. Additionally, misaligned teeth and jaws can cause issues with chewing, speech, and tooth wear.

At Nanda Orthodontics, we offer traditional braces as a reliable option for straightening teeth and improving overall oral health.

Contact us today to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Nanda, our expert orthodontist in Edmond, and discover your options for achieving a straight, healthy smile.

Types of Braces

Clear, Metal, and Lingual Braces

At Nanda Orthodontics, we offer a range of braces options to suit your individual needs. Whether you prefer the discreet appearance of clear or lingual braces, or the classic look of metal, we have you covered. Our traditional metal braces are designed to be modern, high-tech, and low-profile, for faster and more comfortable treatment. With state-of-the-art brackets and memory shape wires, we can move your teeth gently and efficiently, no matter which option you choose. Plus, we offer a wide variety of colors and elastics to personalize your treatment and make it fun for kids and adults alike.


The actual procedure of braces placement is absolutely painless! We promise! While some patients experience little to no discomfort other can feel some discomfort or soreness

The Damon System, a self-ligation technique that moves teeth faster and more comfortably than traditional braces. The system’s lighter wires and lower friction brackets result in shorter treatment times, while its slide mechanism and solid walls control tooth movement with speed and efficiency. Plus, the Damon System makes it easier to maintain good hygiene because it’s easier to keep clean. And don’t worry about the placement process – it’s painless for most patients, with little to no discomfort.

Orthodontics Combined with Corrective Jaw Surgery

People who can benefit from orthognathic surgery include those with jaws that are positioned incorrectly. Orthognathic surgery is also the treatment of choice in patients who have not had the benefit of dentofacial orthopedics for growth guidance or in cases where the deformity is so severe that orthodontics alone is not enough to correct it. Orthognathic surgery can eliminate severe aesthetic and functional deformities and be a life-changing event for a patient.


Learn more about Corrective Jaw Surgery by clicking here

Accelerated Orthodontics

In our continuous effort to provide the best in orthodontic treatment for our patients, we are proud to offer advanced orthodontic techniques that work with your braces or aligners to fast track your orthodontic treatment. This exciting technology allows us to get most patients finished in about half the usual time. While each patient varies, many patients can now have their orthodontic treatment completed in just months instead of years!

Propel - In Office

PROPEL® works with the your own biology to stimulate the bone surrounding your teeth; helping the teeth to move faster and more predictably into their ideal position so we can reveal your new smile faster and in fewer visits to our office.

VPro 5 - At Home

Propel VPro 5 is a single device used throughout the course of orthodontic treatment, from start to finish to retention. Requiring only 5 minutes per day of wear, the PROPEL VPro 5 delivers clinical benefits, that help give patients the healthy smile of their dreams.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often will I need to visit the orthodontist during treatment?

The frequency of your orthodontic appointments will depend on your individual treatment plan and the type of braces you have. In general, most patients will need to visit their orthodontist every 4-8 weeks for adjustments and to check on progress.

How long will I need to wear braces?
The length of time you’ll need to wear braces depends on several factors, including the severity of your orthodontic issues, the type of braces you choose, and your compliance with wearing them as directed. In general, most people wear braces for 1-3 years.
Will getting braces hurt?
It’s normal to experience some discomfort or soreness when you first get braces, and after adjustments. However, this discomfort should be manageable with over-the-counter pain relievers and typically only lasts a few days. Your orthodontist can also provide tips for managing any discomfort.

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