Your First Visit
We can’t wait to meet you and welcome you to our office! Our team is committed to making your treatment as easy and enjoyable as possible, in a friendly and welcoming environment.
Complimentary Consultation
During your first visit, you’ll get acquainted with the process and procedures for braces; we’ll discuss your customized treatment options in detail, probable treatment length, and associated costs. The initial consultation is free.


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Affordable Smiles Policies

We believe everyone should be able to afford a Mastroianni Smile. Like every patient, you and your family have many financial obligations to meet. We work with you to make your financial situation a bridge, not a barrier, to a great smile. At Mastroianni Orthodontics, we understand how hard everyone works to earn their money.

We are extremely passionate about bringing world-leading orthodontics to our home town and will not let finances get in the way of starting treatment by offering industry-leading flexibility in our financing. No one is ever denied flexible payment options.

What is orthodontics?

Orthodontics (also called dentofacial orthopedics) is the branch of dentistry that specializes in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental and facial irregularities. Many types of appliances, including braces, are used to make these corrections.

What is an orthodontist?

An orthodontist is a specialist who has completed an advanced education program following dental school, to learn the special skills required to manage tooth movement and guide facial development.

What is the difference between an orthodontist and a regular dentist?

A dentist may perform any type of orthodontic treatment he or she feels capable of doing. Orthodontists, however, are dental specialists who in addition to receiving a dental degree must have at least two continuous years of advance study in orthodontics as required by the American Dental Association. An orthodontist is an expert at moving teeth, helping jaws develop properly and working with the patient to help make sure the teeth stay in their new position. Only those who complete such a program and who have such expertise are eligible to belong to the American Association of Orthodontists.