A successful orthodontic treatment experience isn't just about receiving gentle and professional care. We believe you should be able to trust that your orthodontist and your team have your best interest at heart.
Dr. Abenoja is a board-certified orthodontist. Orthodontists start their journey as dentists before going on to their specialty training. Out of 100 dental school graduates, on average, only six go on to become orthodontists.
To practice orthodontics, Dr. Abenoja spent 11 years in training (four years of college, four years of dental school, and three years of orthodontics residency). Orthodontic students like Dr. Abenoja spend three years dedicated to learning the skills needed to manage tooth movement and guide facial development.
Dr. Abenoja will review your dental records to determine the best way to treat your unique orthodontic needs. Then youll choose the type of treatment you wanttraditional metal braces, clear ceramic braces, or Invisalign.
NiTi wires use the same technology as NASA to exert a continuous force against the teeth to move them in the right direction. This eliminates the need for wire tightening, meaning you spend less time in braces, and the time you do spend is more comfortable.
Warrior Orthodontics is your location for modern orthodontic treatment. Dr. Abenoja stays up-to-date on the latest in orthodontic treatment and braces technology to ensure you have access to the best treatment options for your smile.
The orthodontic treatment process at Warrior Orthodontics involves a series of visits. Dr. Abenoja values the relationship that we will build with you and your family throughout that process and want you to be confident that you are receiving the best orthodontic care possible.
We value your time, and we know you want to make the most of your visit to Warrior Orthodontics, so once you feel like we've answered all of your questions, you can start your braces or Invisalign that same day!
The American Board of Orthodontics (ABO) certification process signifies a unique achievementa significant step beyond the two to three years of advanced education required for a dentist to become a specialist in orthodontics.
Board certification is a voluntary achievement that all orthodontists do not choose to pursue. In order to become board certified by the ABO, Dr. Abenoja was thoroughly interviewed by a highly respected panel of examiners to demonstrate her orthodontic knowledge, clinical skills and judgment.