Free Virtual Consultation Exam

With Ossi Orthodontics

Get started on your journey to a better smile with Ossi Orthodontics, a dental practice that understands your lifestyle.

Find out if you're a good fit for treatment right from your phone. Dr. Ossi will evaluate your smile and let you know if the treatment is right for you.

How It Works

To begin, please provide some basic information about yourself. Next, use your smartphone to take a few pictures of your teeth.

Step 1:
With the help of another person, try to replicate the eight photos provided below. The clearer the pictures you send us, the better we can assess and discuss your teeth.

photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile

If you need help taking photos, ensure the room has good lighting to get the best quality pictures.

To help keep your cheeks away from your teeth while taking photos, have a friend or family member take pictures while you hold your mouth open with two spoons against the inner part of your cheeks.

Step 2:
Fill out the form below.

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    Step 3:
    Great job! Dr. Ossi will examine your photos and contact you shortly with a few different options for your treatment plan.


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