Phoenix Orthodontist Office
We Can’t Wait to Work with You!
At E&S Orthodontics, your Phoenix orthodontist, our dental team looks forward to welcoming you to our local practice. Your oral health is important to us but so are you as a patient. We’re all one big family and through open, friendly collaboration, together we’ll be able to enhance or restore your smile and help you fall in love with it once more. So, if you’re looking for a reliable orthodontist near you, contact us today!
Meet Our Friendly Orthodontic Specialists
Dr. Ousama El-Hillal
Dr. El-Hillal graduated from Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with a Bachelor’s Degree before moving on to attend Temple University School of Dentistry. There he earned his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree, a Master of Science in Oral Biology, MBA, and Orthodontic Specialty certification. Get in touch with Dr. El-Hillal if you’re looking for an orthodontic specialist in Phoenix, AZ.
We Are Your Phoenix Orthodontist
Seeking orthodontic treatment is often regarded as a milestone when growing up. At E&S Orthodontics, we’re here to help your child or teenager bloom into the best version of themselves. But with that said, receiving treatment from a Phoenix orthodontist is not exclusive to youngsters. It’s never too late to kick off your personal oral health journey and achieve the smile you’ve always dreamt of. Our team is at your service, and ready to assist you with anything you need and address any concerns that you may have about the process. So, if you’re looking for family orthodontics near you, give us a call today to get started!
Tour Our Offices
We have 4 convenient locations to serve your orthodontic needs: in Phoenix and Chandler! Choose the office you would like to tour below.
An orthodontist is a dental specialist who is qualified to identify as well as treat unaligned smiles and issues surrounding your jaw and bite pattern. Usually, this is done through the application of braces.
The first visit to an orthodontist will be an initial consultation. Such an appointment allows your orthodontist to physically assess your teeth, gums, and jawbone. They’ll also take x-rays, discuss your dental history with you as well as the type of treatment you’re looking for.
No. Orthodontists focus on aiding patients through non-surgical means. If you’re in need of dental surgery, you’ll most likely be referred to an oral and maxillofacial surgeon.
Each case is different, but on average, you’ll need to visit an orthodontist near you for at least 2 separate appointments before receiving braces. You’ll need to undergo an initial evaluation, and then molds will be taken of your mouth. Once your braces have been made, you’ll return to have them placed.
No. If you need to have your wisdom teeth extracted, your general dentist will refer you to an oral surgeon.
There are several things you can do prior to coming in to receive your braces including thoroughly brushing and flossing your teeth, keeping pain medication with you in case you should experience any uncomfortableness, and stock up on soft foods.