Jessica Cohen Orthodontics Announces New Website Launch

September 16, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Jessica Cohen Orthodontics, based in Highland Park, Illinois, has announced that they have recently launched their new website. With this new site, they are excited to share valuable insights and tips, and provide exceptional care to their patients. Dr. Jessica Cohen DMD, MS, is a board-certified orthodontist with more than 10 years of experience.

Dr. Jessica Cohen herself says, “Our mission is to deliver outstanding orthodontic care to patients of all ages with the highest quality of service. We are dedicated to making your orthodontic experience memorable for the right reasons.”

She adds, “We take a scientific approach to smile design. After analyzing and working on hundreds of beauty pageant winners, we fully understand how to craft a smile that makes you a winner, regardless if you go on stage.”

Those who have already experienced the orthodontics treatment provided by Dr. Cohen have mostly positive things to say about it. For instance, Kelsey H. gave the clinic a five star rating and said, “I highly recommend Dr. Jessica Cohen for your orthodontic treatment. This orthodontist is fully committed to making you happy! She goes above and beyond during your whole orthodontic journey and gives beautiful results! Her attention to detail and customer service stand out above all others! And she even offers free consultations and insurance verification, which is definitely one less stress I need to worry about. Dr. Jessica Cohen makes your experience fun, comfort and convenience. If you are looking to get an amazingly beautiful smile that fits you, don’t waste your time going on multiple consultations with other orthodontists, and instead set up a free consultation with Dr. Jessica Cohen. Trust me, you will be happy and smiling that you did.”

Jessica Cohen Orthodontics offers a number of treatment options. These include retainers, Invisalign, metal braces, clear braces, Super 7 check up, and non-surgical bite correction. Those who are interested in the latest new about Dr. Jessica Cohen can check out their new website, their media room, or their Google Maps page.

Retainers are needed by those patients whose braces already need to be removed but they still want to retain their results. Retainers are designed to make sure that the teeth and bite remain in proper alignment after years of specialized orthodontic treatment. Without the help of a retainer, the perfectly aligned teeth will gradually move out of alignment.

Retainers can either be fixed retainers or removable retainers. A fixed retainer is a thin wire that is attached to the back of the lower or upper front teeth. This has been observed to provide the best results over the long run because the wire will hold the teeth in perfect alignment day after day. The removable retainer has the advantage of making it easier for patients to clean their teeth. However, removable retainers are easy to lose and their components could get permanently damaged if exposed to extreme heat.

Invisalign is an alternative to metal braces and it has several advantages. First, it is nearly invisible, which means that it is discreet. Second, it does not have wires or brackets, which means it is comfortable to wear. Third, it is removable, which means it can be taken out when eating, drinking, brushing, flossing, and when playing sports. Fourth, it allows the patient to play a sport or musical instrument. And lastly, it requires less office appointments because patients simply switch to a new tray rather than have a dentist adjust the braces.

On the other hand, Invisalign is not suitable for all orthodontics cases. It also cannot be used for kids. It is more costly than the traditional braces and it is easy to lose it. And it may require a longer time to achieve the desired results than with traditional braces.

Traditional metal braces are also provided by Jessica Cohen Orthodontics. The advantages of traditional metal braces include the fact that they are suitable for all treatment types. Metal braces can provide more accurate results compared to Invisalign. Regular braces are also much more affordable. There are several options and colors available. And the treatment time is much shorter.

Those who are looking for the best orthodontist in Highland Park can check out the new Jessica Cohen Orthodontics website. Or they can contact them on the telephone or via email.

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For more information about Jessica Cohen Orthodontics, contact the company here:

Jessica Cohen Orthodontics
Dr. Jessica Cohen
847) 790-4495
thebracesmom@gmail.com
1775 St Johns Ave, Highland Park, IL 60035

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