Dr. Anissi a general dentist who is a Diplomate of the American Orthodontic Society (AOS) with over 700 credits hours of training completed in orthodontics. She is the current (2019-2020) President of the Board of Diplomates of the AOS. In addition, to serving as President, Dr. Anissi regularly lectures on complex orthodontic topics at AOS educational meetings. She has great knowledge and understanding of the mechanisms behind various teeth misalignments — such as overbite and uneven teeth- and is well-versed in creating tailored treatment plans for her patients. These range from conventional brackets and wiring to clear aligners based on the patient and orthodontic need.
Dr. Anissi is also a Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine where she earned training in using oral appliances for treating sleep-disordered breathing including sleep apnea. This advanced training allows Dr. Anissi to understand and manage the complex interplay between orthodontic care and airway obstruction that may be present in both pediatric and adult patients. Her extensive specialized training and dedication to patient care are the perfect blend to provide comprehensive, state-of-the art care for her patients.
At our practice, we think it’s important to emphasize that there’s no age limit on enhancing your smile. Although many patients assume that orthodontics are for children and teenagers, one in five orthodontic patients are actually adults. With new technology and services available, more adults are seeking orthodontic care than ever before.
To add to your convenience, we provide orthodontic and general dentistry care in the same office. Say goodbye to the hassle of juggling appointments between different doctors in different locations — Dr. Anissi offers a one-stop shop for all your family’s dental needs.
Known as one of the most popular orthodontic treatments for teens and adults, Invisalign will straighten your teeth and improve your smile. The clear aligners used for this treatment are comfortable, removable, and virtually invisible so you can avoid the hassle and embarrassment of metal braces. With all these advantages, it’s not surprising that over five million people, including one million teens, have used Invisalign to enhance their smiles.