At Nalchajian Orthodontics, we offer a wide range of orthodontic treatments. We believe everyone deserves a smile they can be proud of. Whether your teeth are crooked and need braces, your bite needs correction, or you'd simply like to whiten your smile, we have the treatment you need at both locations in Fresno and Clovis.
One of the most important parts of being a patient at our office is preparing for treatment. The proper preparation helps you take the best care of yourself and helps both yourself and our doctors be successful. On the pages below, you can find details about each treatment offered. We encourage you to review this information before your appointment.
Braces align teeth, correct bites, and perfect smiles for both children and adults.Learn More
Invisalign is a clear alignment option that can be removed when eating or brushing, making it much less of a hassle than other forms of braces.Learn More
A retainer is designed to hold your teeth in place while they adjust to their new alignment, such as after getting braces removed or after a small adjustment.Learn More
When the roof of your mouth is too narrow, issues with bite, alignment, or breathing can occur. Palatal expanders widen the upper jaw and create more space in the mouth.Learn More
When there’s not enough room in the mouth to accommodate an orthodontic appliance, separators can be used to provide the needed space.Learn More
Drs. Greg and Nicole are available for emergency orthodontic care at both office locations, such as loose or poking wires, broken brackets, or appliance problems.Learn More »
Sleep-disordered breathing can be addressed with an oral appliance to ensure that the airways remain clear and combats snoring and gasping during sleep.Learn More »
OrthoPulse is a device that uses low levels of light energy to stimulate the bone surrounding the roots of your teeth to facilitate movement.Learn More »
When permanent teeth are unable to grow properly, impaction can occur. Assisted eruption helps the tooth properly emerge in the mouth.Learn More »
Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs) are helpful when a tooth needs to be moved in a specific direction and there is no tooth available to act as an anchor.Learn More »