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1.Welcome In
On your first visit with us you will become acquainted with our staff and learn about our office and team.
2.Meet Our Doctors
After being introduced to the office you will be seen by either Dr. Eberle or Dr. Renaud in one of our patients rooms, which are specifically designed for comfort and relaxation.
3.Smile Exam
At the end of the exam, Dr. Eberle or Dr. Renaud will decide one of three outcomes; treatment will be needed in the future, but for now it’s best to just monitor growth, treatment is needed now, or treatment is not needed.
4.Questions and Concerns
Once the exam is complete, we will go over the outcome of the exam and then address any questions and concerns you have.
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Finance & Insurance

We are proud to accept most major insurance companies’ benefits, in addition to offering affordable payment plans like interest-free monthly payments and others. If you have any questions regarding finance or insurance, don’t hesitate to call our office or ask one of our treatment coordinators during your initial consultation.
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Kids Club

The American Association of Orthodontists recommend all children have a check-up with an orthodontic specialist no later than age 7. Dr. Eberle and Dr. Renaud can identify subtle problems with facial growth and development, and eruption of permanent teeth while baby teeth are still present.

Those who aren’t quite ready for treatment yet will be eligible for our Grin & Win Kids Club! The Kids Club is designed for kids to join the Eberle Orthodontics family even if they aren’t quite ready for treatment. We recommend these club memebers come to scheduled checkups, every 6 months, to see how their smile is coming along.

At these checkups we will screen them to give our doctors the chance to:

  • Guide jaw growth during the important phases of facial growth
  • Lower the risk of dental trauma or excessive wear of tooth enamel
  • Correct harmful oral habits of the tongue and thumb/finger
  • Improve appearance and social concerns of protruded front teeth
  • Manage space to help guide permanent teeth into a more favorable position
  • Intercept or prevent more serious problems from developing