Visit http://www.parkaveortho.com for more on New York City Orthodontist Dr. Stoess-Allen located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Dr. Jan Stoess-Allen is an Orthodontist in NYC that uses the Alf Appliance and clear braces to get amazing results on a patient who presented her with an anterior open bite and cross bite!
The Alf Appliance is an amazing treatment that Dr. Stoess-Allen specializes in as well as clear braces like Invisalign and Invisalign Teen. Dr. Stoess-Allen has been serving NYC since 1988 and use several non-surgical methods to help you achieve your perfect smile in less time and with less pain than you might think!
For more information on Alf Appliance and clear braces in NYC, please contact our NYC orthodontics team today at 212-452-2777
Orthodontist NYC Fixes Open Bite with non-surgical Alf Applaince is a great video to introduce you to Dr. Jan Stoess-Allen and the Alf Appliance, to learn more please visit our website or call the office today at 212-452-2777
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Have you been told you need surgery to correct your open bite? Dr. Jan Stoess-Allen can treat almost any case with just Invisalign and is recognized as a leading non-surgical Orthodontist in the New York area and beyond. Since 1988 Dr. Jan Stoess-Allen has thousands of people from around the world fix their open bites as well as just about any other difficult cases.
Invisalign has made many advances over the years and you can learn all about them at our website http://www.ParkAveOrtho.com
You can also watch other videos from Dr. Stoess-Allen on our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-VM64UWajnfFONEw_6RqkA
If you are seeking treatment for an open bite and want to avoid surgery by using Invisalign then call our NYC office today and book your appointment! 212-452-2777
This video on how Dr. Jan Stoess-Allen uses Invisalign to Fix Open Bite in her NYC Office is just one of many examples of her great work. We encourage you to watch other Invisalign videos and soon you will see the amazing results you can get in as little as 1 to 2 years with Invisalign.
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