Free Virtual Consultation

With Watson Orthodontics

Hit the ignition on your dream smile with Watson Orthodontics — an elite orthodontic practice that specializes in you and your goals.

Did you know you can use your phone to find out if you’re a candidate for treatment? Dr. Watson will assess your smile needs and let you know which treatments would work best for you.

How It Works

Start by telling us a bit about yourself. Then, you'll take a few quick photos of your teeth.

Step 1: 
With your smartphone and a trustworthy assistant, duplicate the eight photos below. Better picture quality means better data for us to work with!

photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile

Need help with your photos? Use a room with good lighting for the best quality photos.

Can’t quite retract your cheeks away from your teeth during the photos? Hold your cheeks with 2 spoons, while your trusty assistant takes the photos for you.

Step 2:
Fill out the form below.

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    Step 3:
    You’re good to go! Dr. Watson will look at your pictures and will follow up with you ASAP with your treatment plan options.


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