Greensboro & High Point Braces & Invisalign

Types of Treatment

Dental technology improves every year, and you’ll always get the most comfortable and effective treatments at Davis & Goldberg Orthodontics.

Dr. Goldberg, Dr. Davis, and Dr. Seitz aim to give your family the most up-to-date treatment options around Greensboro and High Point.

Find Your Right Fit


Unlike traditional braces, this kind of orthodontic treatment doesn’t rely on a system of metal or ceramic brackets and wires. The Invisalign system is made up of a series of custom clear trays called aligners that are removable and nearly invisible.

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Clear Braces

While traditional metal braces remain the most popular option for orthodontic treatment, ceramic braces can be a great choice for some patients. Sometimes known as clear braces, ceramic braces provide a much less noticeable method of treatment.

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Metal Braces

These are the most common type of braces. Made of nickel-free high-grade steel, they are much smaller and more comfortable than those in the past.

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Finding the Right Treatment for You

Dr. Goldberg and Dr. Davis can successfully treat many dental issues for your child or yourself.

By pairing state-of-the-art technology with our understanding of the movement and growth of the teeth and jaws, Dr. Goldberg and Dr. Davis can successfully treat many dental issues, like:

  • Crowded teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Protruding teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Crossbite
  • Impacted teeth

Metal Braces & More

Most patients we treat at Davis & Goldberg Orthodontics choose traditional metal braces to straighten their teeth.

Metal braces are the most common type of orthodontic treatment, but you have other options, too.

After your first free consultation, Davis & Goldberg Orthodontics will talk to you about which treatment would be right for you based on your unique needs and smile goals.


Fixed Vs. Removable Appliances

At Davis & Goldberg Orthodontics, patients should be well-educated regarding their treatment.

It’s important to understand the difference between fixed and removable appliances.

Fixed appliances, like braces, are attached to your teeth and aren’t taken off until you complete your treatment.

Removable appliances, like Invisalign’s aligner system, are worn about 20-22 hours a day but can be taken off easily.

Besides the obvious differences, Dr. Davis, Dr. Goldberg, and Dr. Steitz use Invisalign aligners to treat mild to moderate orthodontic problems.

We generally use fixed appliances for comprehensive and serious treatment at our High Point and Greensboro offices.