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Start the journey of a healthy and beautiful smile that will last a lifetime with OrthoFX Clear Aligners and Coliseum Dental in Midtown Manhattan.

Have you been thinking about straightening your teeth and/or closing your gaps?

Now is the perfect time to refresh your smile.


Getting straight teeth should be easy

  • OrthoFX advanced aligner system is comfortable, clear, and convenient

  • 40% less pressure on your teeth and wear just 1 week each aligner

  • Easy financing options and insurance

  • Starting at $85/month

  • No hidden fees

Do you find any of the following bothering you?

We understand that it can be difficult to get the right diagnosis on your own. It’s best to leave it to the pros and as always we’ve got you covered for that.

Upper front teeth vertically overlap lower front teeth. Most people have at least a slight overbite, which is normal. When your overbite is excessive, the upper teeth cover too much of the lower teeth.
Your doctor may refer to this condition as a deep bite. Moving your teeth into an ideal position lowers the risk of trauma.

Lower front teeth are in front of your upper front teeth. Dental underbites may be treated successfully with clear aligners without the need of jaw surgery. Moving your teeth into an ideal position may reduce problems with your jaw joints, which prevents pain and issues with tooth wear. It may also be easier to chew and speak.

When you bite down and one or multiple upper teeth bite inside the lower teeth. As a consequence, uneven tooth wear occurs that can lead to bone loss and gum disease.

Extra space between two or more of your teeth. Gaps between your teeth can lead to speech problems. This condition may also lead to gum soreness and even gum disease when food gets trapped between your teeth.

When you bite down, but your upper and lower teeth don’t overlap vertically. An Open Bite can result in speech and chewing problems.

There is not enough room in your jaw for your teeth to fit together normally. They can overlap with each other, twist, or move in front or behind your other teeth. Crowded teeth can make it difficult to brush and floss. The accumulation of plaque in inaccessible areas can lead to tooth decay, gum disease or a periodontal condition with symptoms such as bad breath, bleeding gums and bone loss.