Our state-of-the-art facility offers the safest and most effective leading edge orthodontic treatment options. All Smiles Orthodontics offers both the revolutionary Damon® System and the amazing, clear and comfortable Invisalign® System.
Orthodontics Care & Braces
All Smiles Family Dental Center (formerly Accent Orthodontics) is the home of orthodontic specialist Doctor John F. Steinman. With well over 16 years of practice in central Vermont, our Dr. John has gained a reputation for creating gorgeous smiles in the Barre Montpelier area. As an orthodontist, Dr. John F. Steinman is a uniquely trained expert in specialized dentistry to straighten teeth and align jaws.
What treatment plan works best for you?
Make plans now to visit Dr. John to determine which advanced All Smiles orthodontics offered system and treatment plan is best for you. The initial consultation is free of charge. (Call and request an appointment time.) You’ll have an opportunity to advise Dr. John on what concerns you presently have about your smile and let him know what results you’d like to achieve. During your visit, you will learn the steps necessary, the costs involved, as well as information on affordable and flexible finance options you may choose to take advantage of.
We accept most major dental insurance. We also offer convenient monthly payment plans with no interest and low interest third party options with approved credit from CareCredit® and Chase Health Advance. To schedule an appointment or to learn more about insurance, payment options, and associated costs call: (802) 476-8700.
Please read on for more helpful information and helpful links to the Damon System or Invisalign websites.
The investment of a lifetime.
“Life Changing”. Those two words, more than any others, is how most patients describe the results of an All Smiles Family Dental Center orthodontic treatment and their new beautiful smile. It’s very telling that those who had the opportunity as children and teenagers to have braces to straighten and improve their smile claim that their orthodontic treatment was the most valuable investment their parents ever made in them. They cite that by improving their smile, parents help them make a first great impression, giving them greater confidence in social situations compared to when they had crooked teeth.
Since 1994, our patients have told us time and again that their new smiles have boosted their self-esteem, self-confidence, and self image. Straight teeth also help an individual effectively bite, chew, and enjoy clearer speech. The American Association of Orthodontics reports that properly aligned teeth and jaws may alleviate or prevent physical health problems and contribute to healthy teeth and gums. So you see, there are many important reasons to consider orthodontic treatment besides the pleasing appearance of an attractive smile.
Surveys and studies show again and again that Americans of all ages are typically treated better in school, at work, and in their personal life if they have healthy straight teeth. While we can’t change human nature, we know that the breakthrough orthodontic technologies employed by Dr John Steinman can improve your smile, oral health, and overall appearance in a way that allows you or your child to face whatever life throws at you with a great big beautiful smile!
More than just another pretty face.
Although Dr. Steinman’s patients are pleased with their improved smiles and enhanced appearances, they know that Dr. John also corrects orthodontic problems that if left untreated can become much worse. When a “bad bite” is not corrected it can result in unnatural wear of tooth enamel, problems chewing, and even abnormal stress on gum tissue and bone structure. Crooked and crowded teeth can also be much harder to keep clean, which can lead to decay and tooth loss.
All Smiles Orthodontics uses the most advanced and clinically proven treatments to correct “malocclusion” or bad bite, a term dentists use when referring to teeth that are crooked, protruding, or crowded. Other common problems corrected by braces, and a variety of other orthodontic treatments, include: extra space between teeth, extra or missing teeth, cleft palate, and a number of other inherited oral health and appearance problems, which may even involve deviations in one’s jaw and face. Not all problems are inherited, patients often have “acquired” malocclusions from thumb sucking, the tongue pushing on teeth, early loss of primary or permanent teeth, dental disease, or an injury caused by an accident.