What is Wilckodontics® and the PAOO Procedure?

If you’re considering braces but worry about the time you will have to spend in braces; there are treatment options for you! By combining oral surgery with traditional braces, your orthodontic treatment can be completed quicker than you’ve ever imagined. Riolo Orthodontics offers Periodontally Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics(PAOO) also known as Wilkodontics. Drs Riolo and Bayirli can help you achieve your smile goals in months rather than years!Read more on What is Wilckodontics® and the PAOO Procedure?…

Incognito Truely Invisable Braces Behind the Teeth at Riolo Orthodontics

Welcome to Riolo Orthodontics!  You have begun an exciting journey to get the smile you have always wanted with the premier orthodontic appliance in theRIOLO ORTHODONTICS
world today.  In addition, you have selected the most experienced provider of custom orthodontic solutions in the Pacific Northwest to help you make an amazing transformation.  Incognito™ braces behind the teeth represent the future of orthodontics and are the next generation, invisible alternative to conventional braces.Read more on Incognito Truely Invisable Braces Behind the Teeth at Riolo Orthodontics…

Seattle Insiders Guide to Incognito Braces Behind the Teeth

PNGThis patient displayed a dental Class II malocclusion and required extractions of her upper first premolars in order to retract her front teeth.  Photographs are obtained before treatment and after treatment. 
A few commonly asked questions are addressed below and for more information check out, 

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Orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning

Correct diagnosis is a crucial part of all patient’s treatment. As a result of orthodontic records collection and analysis, the orthodontist classifies the patient’s malocclusion. That classification helps determines the treatment that will follow based on knowledge that should be derived from evidence. Although clinical experience may be a guide to clinical decision making, clinicians’ experiences are not enough for the clinician to be able to understand all the mechanisms that lead to a malocclusion and the correction of that malocclusion. Actually, these experiences have been shown in many cases to be misleading. Read more on Orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning…