We are so glad you are here.
It is no secret that we absolutely love what we do! We have been practicing orthodontics for over 27 years and have treated hundreds of patients from children, to teens and adults! We are Board Certified by the American Board of Orthodontics, a distinction held by only 30% of all orthodontists! We understand that everyone’s smile is unique. We will partner with you to ensure you get the healthy and beautiful smile you have always wanted. We look forward to meeting you and providing top-notch care for you and your entire family!
Treatment Options for Every Smile
Creating beautiful smiles in Roanoke, VA for over 25 years
Reopelle Orthodontics is dedicated to delivering you with the highest quality of orthodontic care, exactly the way you want it. We have several treatment options for our patients combining the most advanced technology and innovative, low-profile materials. Ask our team which options are available to you!
Our Smiles Set Us Apart
Creating beautiful smiles in Roanoke.
At Reopelle Orthodontics, we want to give each of our patients a unique orthodontic experience. We want you to feel like family and not just another person in an office. We do orthodontics with excellence and we make it personal. We offer orthodontic treatment options for everyone in your family by merging the latest in orthodontic technology with our distinctive skill set. Our smiles set us apart!
Dr. Anne Reopelle and the entire staff have been truly amazing. I should have had braces many decades ago, and was a little anxious about the process. I shouldn’t have worried.
Let me tell you about the smile Dr. Reopelle (Dr. Ann) and the wonderful staff will leave you with. Not only do you gain a transformative smile, thoughtful and considerate care, precision, and knowledge when it comes to correcting your smile. You will also leave her office smiling. You will feel taken care of, heard, and have a joyful experience as the easy going attitudes of the staff and relaxed environment will make you actually enjoy your visit to the orthodontist.
Dr. Reopelle and staff are outstanding! Extremely accommodating and flexible when scheduling appointments. Coming from another local orthodontist, I will say it was a 180 degree difference. I would never go anywhere else.
An orthodontist in Roanoke is a special kind of dentist that corrects misaligned teeth for an optimal smile and bite. In other words, orthodontists are responsible for helping patients achieve their best smiles.
Orthodontic treatment in Roanoke helps ensure the proper function of teeth and creates healthy smiles. A good bite makes it easier for you to bite, chew and speak. Teeth that are misaligned are harder to clean and can cause abnormal wear of tooth enamel, leading to extensive and expensive dental procedures and severe health issues.
Teeth protruding, crowded together, or erupting out of position are clear indications that treatment is necessary. Less obvious signs are mouth breathing, frequent biting of the cheek or palate, speech difficulties, teeth not meeting properly when the mouth closes, or jaws making clicking sounds. These symptoms may also indicate an orthodontic problem.
Your time between appointments will vary depending on many factors based on your specific dental issues. However, you will most likely need to see the orthodontist every four to eight weeks. Your orthodontist will tighten your braces, replace wires, or make other adjustments if needed during your appointment.
Kids should visit a Roanoke orthodontist by age 7; however, there’s no wrong time to visit your trusted orthodontist and begin orthodontic treatment. Adults will be relieved to know there’s no age limit to start their ortho treatment.
Orthodontic treatment involves using braces and other dental technologies to apply precise forces that result in the desired repositioning of the teeth. These changes improve the look of your smile and the health and longevity of your teeth. An orthodontist is like a general dentist but has additional education and specialized training in orthodontic care.
The average orthodontic treatment falls somewhere between 16-18 months but can sometimes take as little as 6 months or as long as 24 months or even more. You should always keep in mind that the length of your treatment will depend on various factors, including the severity of your orthodontic issues.