What is Interceptive (Early) Treatment? Parents may be surprised if a dentist recommends seeing an orthodontist when their child still has as many baby teeth as permanent teeth. Having your child seen by an orthodontist by age 7 – a recommendation supported by the American Association of Orthodontists – can help uncover possible dental and Read More

Welcoming Back Our Patients

We are happy to welcome our valued patients back to the office this as we reopen under the guidelines of the governor’s office. Hygiene and safety have always been a priority at our office and we will be taking additional measures to ensure the safety of our patients and staff during this time.    In Read More

Give Your Teen a Winning Smile

Does your teen avoid smiling because they don’t like their teeth? An adolescent’s smile can actually have a profound effect on their self esteem and even impact their social skills. Further, according to a research study out of Webster University, a confident smile can be seen as even more attractive than traditional good looks. We Read More


Many parents know about Invisalign, the virtually invisible way to straighten teeth without metal braces. But I’m often asked for more information about Invisalign Teen. In short, rather than wires and brackets, Invisalign Teen uses a series of clear, removable aligners that have been custom-made for your teen’s teeth, a result of precise images I Read More

Patient Appreciation Party at Elite Air!

To celebrate our patients, Danzer Orthodontics is holding a Patient Appreciation Party! Below is the party info and link to the online waiver. Please fill out Elite Air’s online waiver before arriving: https://www.eliteair-owensboro.com/waiver When: Thursday May 26, 4-6PM Where: Elite Air (trampoline park!) 606 Salem Drive, Owensboro, KY 42303 Details: Wear your favorite Danzer Orthodontics t-shirt Read More

How To Know If Your Child Needs Orthodontics

There isn’t a specific age at which children should start undergoing orthodontic treatment. However at around seven years old, your child will have grown out enough permanent teeth and the jaw is developed enough to tell if there are any current issues… or any on the horizon.