At our practice, your beautiful smile begins with a thorough examination. Dr. Taylor also completes a precise assessment of your overall health. We serve the McAllen, Texas and Surrounding Areas.
This is a Free Orthodontic Consultation, with absolutely no obligation!
We also offer:
- $500 Off Braces or Invisalign
- Free Whitening At the End of Treatment
- Braces As Low as $99 a Month
- In-House Financing Options
- Board Certified Orthodontist
Dr. Taylor has over 15 years of experience and is Board-Certified. He’s the only Gold Plus Provider of Invisalign in McAllen and the Rio Grande Valley. Dr. Taylor is recognized by his colleagues and patients as a consummate professional. He’s also recognized in our RGV community for providing excellent orthodontic treatment for children and adults.
We always take the time to explain your treatment options, answer your questions and make sure you’re comfortable with your care. Moreover, our free orthodontic consultation will help you find your best and most affordable braces option. In other words, by working together, we’ll discover just how straight and beautiful your smile can be!
Get Started Now!
Call us at 956.630.6166, or complete the form below now!
(Insurance note: if you proceed with treatment using your insurance, some portion of your insurance payment may be automatically allocated to “examination”. However, we never charge you directly for your examination and consultation)
A Free Orthodontic Consultation is Just a Short Drive Away
Conveniently located in South McAllen, A Perfect Smile Orthodontics serves patients from the following cities:
Our clinic is located off of Expressway 83 near Costco and Best Buy, so it’s just a short drive to get a free orthodontic consultation from our board-certified orthodontist.
Why go to a Board Certified Orthodontist?
There’s a good reason to see a board-certified orthodontist for your important dental procedure, such as teeth straightening. That’s because a general dentist is a graduate of a dental school recognized and accredited by the American Dental Association. Because of this accreditation, general dentists may legally perform a variety of dental procedures, including orthodontics. However, a general dentist is not an orthodontic specialist. An orthodontic specialist has graduated from an accredited dental school and then Board Certification requires an additional 2-3 years of specialty training in an orthodontic post-graduate residency program.
Dr. Taylor is, in fact, an orthodontic specialist and has earned the highest level of achievement recognized by the American Association of Orthodontists. Additionally, he is a Diplomat of the American Board of Orthodontists, which is an honor that only about 20% of practicing orthodontic specialists have achieved. When all is said and done, if you are interested in a free orthodontic consultation, you can trust our Board Certified Orthodontist to give you the best possible advice.