We Are Here for You

Mar 30, 2020

Southeast Orthodontics wants you to know that we are here for you during this time of uncertainty. However, we don’t want you to feel uncertain about orthodontic issues, should they occur.  

If orthodontic issues do occur with your braces or appliances during Southeast Orthodontics’ office closure, we are available to answer phone calls and see patients, if necessary, to treat orthodontic emergencies.  As an added resource, the American Association of Orthodontics has created this worksheet which may assist in providing solutions to fix or temporarily alleviate discomfort.

While there are steps you can take to alleviate discomfort and prevent additional damage, please call us first so we can assist you via phone or virtually through video communication.

We appreciate your patience and understanding during this unprecedented situation. Please be safe and take care of each other.  


Dr. Brian Gaudreault and your Team at Southeast Orthodontics

Download the Worksheet: Handling Orthodontic Issues at Home

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