You've Got Options

Dental technology is improving all the time and you'll always get the most comfortable and effective treatments at Lake Jackson Orthodontics.

Dr. McGrory and the team at Lake Jackson Orthodontics are committed to providing you with the most up-to-date treatment options available.

Find Your Perfect Treatment

At your initial free consultation, Dr. McGrory will assess your teeth, gums, and jaw to figure out whether your orthodontic issues are minor, moderate, or severe.

After this exam, he will talk to you about your smile goals and your budget. You'll hear our honest advice about which treatments will help correct your oral issues.

Clute Braces

Straightening Your Smile

Dr. McGrory and his team can successfully treat most dental issues for you or your child.

By pairing state-of-the-art technology with our understanding of the movement and growth of the teeth and jaws, our Lake Jackson team can address lots of dental issues, like:

  • Crowded teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Underbite
  • Crossbite
  • Impacted teeth
  • Protruding teeth
  • Overbite


Metal Braces & Beyond

Metal braces are the most common type of orthodontic treatment here at Lake Jackson Orthodontics, but you have other options too!

After your initial free consultation, Dr. McGrory will talk to you about which treatment would be right for you based on your unique needs and smile goals.

Clute Braces
Angleton Invisalign

Fixed vs. Removable Appliances

At Lake Jackson Orthodontics, we believe patients should be well-informed when it comes to their treatment.

It's important to understand the difference between fixed and removable appliances. Fixed appliances, like braces, are attached to your teeth and aren't taken off until you complete your treatment.

Removable appliances, like Invisalign's aligner system, are worn about 20-22 hours a day but can be taken off easily.

Besides the obvious differences, Dr. McGrory uses Invisalign aligners to treat mild to moderate orthodontic problems.

At Lake Jackson Orthodontics, we generally use fixed appliances for comprehensive and more serious treatments.