At Meason Orthodontics, we’re dedicated to providing you with the best oral care so that you can reach all of your dental goals and have a smile you are proud of. Our orthodontist Dr. Meason is excited to offer a variety of high-quality orthodontic services to the community of Weatherford and Parker County! Read on to learn about Dr. Meason and our services.
About Your Weatherford Orthodontist
Dr. Kyle Meason, born and raised in Lubbock, TX, graduated from New Deal High School. He then went on to Texas Tech University where he graduated with an architecture degree. Though he liked interning as an architect, he felt that he might like working in healthcare better. Considering his skills in design, he decided he would enjoy dentistry the best. He was right! After graduating from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio School of Dentistry, he went on to receive his Orthodontic Certificate and Masters of Science in Dentistry at the University of Colorado. He absolutely loves helping each one his patients love their smile!
Dr. Meason enjoys reading books and going to museums and the zoo with his wife, Sarah, and their children. He is also an avid sports fan but loves football the best.
What Orthodontic Treatments Does Dr. Meason Provide?
At Meason Orthodontics, Dr. Meason and his expert team provide a number of orthodontic treatments:
- Meason Orthodontics utilizes DamonTM braces made from high-quality materials to comfortably straighten your teeth with brackets and archwires that are sleek and thin.
- We also offer tooth-colored braces for patients who are concerned about the look of metal braces. These are made from a ceramic material that is much less noticeable than traditional braces. Though more subtle, they are larger and easier to break so they require that you pay more attention to your oral hygiene.
- If neither of these straightening solutions are right for you, Dr. Meason offers Invisalign® clear aligner therapy, a series of clear trays that gently push your teeth into place. The aligners must be worn for 20-22 hours a day, but you take them out while you’re brushing, flossing, and eating.
If you have any questions about our orthodontic treatments or want to schedule your orthodontic consultation, contact us today!
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