At Hi Smile Orthodontics, we are excited to serve our patients. It is our goal to give you a smile that you can be proud to show off.

After your first examination with photos, we will be happy to discuss your options. We are proud to offer many different treatment options so that you can get straighter teeth and a nicer looking smile. We are dedicated to showing you all of our options and discussing them thoroughly with you. We want you to find the best treatment option for you, no matter what you choose.

If you have any questions or would like more information on our treatment options, please contact us today.

We also offer a Military Discount and Preventative Therapy by hygienist Lisa Strand Maa!

Traditional Braces

These are the most common type of braces, and are more comfortable today than ever before. Made of high grade stainless steel, this treatment is designed to straighten your teeth using brackets and archwires. At each appointment, a rainbow of colors is available for you to choose from as a way to express your individuality and mood.

Ceramic Braces

These are very similar in form and function to traditional metal braces, except they are made of a porcelain material so that they appear more natural. You can make them incognito by choosing clear ties or add flair with a rainbow of colors.


A series of clear removable and comfortable aligners for less visible orthodontic treatment. Invisalign treatment offers patients the benefit of being able to eat and brush “normally” and appointments can be spaced at longer intervals–and virtually eliminates emergency appointments.

Hawley Retainer

Memotain Retainer

Clear Retainers

Retainer Options

During the retainer options consultation, we offer patients and non-patients several types of retainers. This process involves Dr. Malia examining the patient’s current orthodontic health, dental history and then recommending the most suitable retention appliance.

Clear Retainers:
1. Invisalign
2. Essix
3. Vivera
4. Night Guard


We offer facial aesthetics to assist patients with smile lines and clenching issues.