SA Orthodontics

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Dentist in New Jersey

SA Orthodontics

Your smile is our priority! Dr. Asanza and his staff are dedicated to creating beautiful smiles in a caring and patient oriented environment. Orthodontics enhance both dental and facial esthetics by straightening the teeth and aligning the bite.

Dr. Asanza and his associates specialize in Orthodontics and offer traditional braces, INVISALIGN treatment, clear braces and lingual braces (on the tongue side of the teeth). He is committed to providing exceptional treatment for both children and adults. The state of the art office features digital radiology, as well as the most advanced orthodontic techniques and treatments.

Dr. Asanza and the entire staff strive to develop long-lasting, trusting relationships with all of our patients. Going to the orthodontist can be an intimidating experience, but you will feel right at home with us. To learn more about braces and the other orthodontic treatments that we provide, feel free to browse the rest of our website or contact us today. We invite you to learn more about orthodontic treatment at a complimentary consultation and look forward to meeting you!

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Dr. Asanza’s office couldn’t be better. Kids are getting quality orthodontic care and he has the best staff! From the friendly ladies at the front desk to his skilled assistants, you are in good hands at SA Orthodontics.


Dr Asanza is the kindest, most gentle, caring, and patient physician I know. His office staff is absolute GOLD and they have become both friends and family. I adore them all! 10/10!

Jade Visone

Great experience! Both me and my son have gone to Dr. Asanza over the years and he's the best! Explains everything thoroughly and is always on time with his appointments.

Brenda McIntyre

Frequently Aked Questions

Here you will find all of the answers that you need to know about orthodontics.

Orthodontics is a specific field of dentistry which helps to prevent and treat dental and facial abnormalities such as crooked teeth and bad bites.  An orthodontist is a specialized dentist who is equipped with the skills necessary to move teeth into the correct positions and to enhance dental facial growth and development.

  • A beautiful, straighter smile.
  • More confidence in your appearance
  • Improved function of the teeth and bite
  • Better dental hygiene and dental health of the gums and teeth
  • Less wearing of the teeth
  • Decreasing the chance of injury to front teeth that protrude from the mouth.
Some key signs that you may need braces include:
  • You have protruding front teeth
  • Your upper teeth are either covering or behind your lower teeth when you bite down.
  • Your teeth do not meet when you close your mouth
  • The center teeth are not aligned
  • You have spaces between your teeth
  • The list continues so if have any problems, see your dentist and ask if you should see an orthodontist.

Certain problems require early intervention for the best long term results, while other problems can wait for the eruption of all the permanent teeth.  Children are recommended to see an orthodontist around the age of 7 and most orthodontic care is performed between the ages of 9 and 14.  As long as your gums and teeth are in good condition, then you can receive orthodontic treatment while in adulthood without any problems.

There are many different types of orthodontic treatments that can be used.  The most common is braces.  Braces place gentle pressure on your teeth in order to shift them into the right position and create a perfectly straight smile.

The duration of the treatment varies from case to case.  The average time is from one to three years.  Variables include your visits to the orthodontist, whether you are taking care of your teeth, how your treatment is progressing, how your teeth respond to the treatment and so on.

The first time you have your braces put on you may feel some sensitivity and soreness around your teeth and gums which is normal.  Afterwards, your mouth will become accustomed to having the braces and you will no longer feel any sensitivity or irritation.

No.  You may have to adjust to having braces but they will not interfere with your life.  If you play sports it is recommended that you wear a mouth guard to prevent injury to your mouth, teeth and braces in case you are hit in the face.  In terms of playing wind instruments, you will be able to play with some minor adjustments.  You can even purchase brace covers to help you with the transition and prevent any discomfort that you may feel.

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