Edison Orthodontist: Braces and Invisalign

34-36 Progress Street, Suite A4
Edison, NJ 08820
Phone: (908) 222-8228
Fax: (908) 222-8224
Office Hours
  • Tuesday: 10am - 6pm
  • Wednesday: 11am - 7pm
  • Thursday: 10am - 6pm
  • Friday: 10am - 6pm

Orthodontic Services

Everyone deserves to enjoy top-notch orthodontic care. Fortunately, our offices provide all four different types of braces: metal braces, ceramic braces, lingual braces, and Invisalign.

We’re recognized as elite orthodontists and we’re ready to help you. Whether you’re looking to improve your overall oral health by making your teeth easier to clean and maintain or you just want to straighten your smile, Diamond Braces is here for you.

Diamond Braces Edison Office

Our Edison office is very easy to reach. If you’re driving, we’re located on Progress Street near Inman Avenue. We’ve got plenty of parking, both in our generous lot and on the street.

If you’re traveling by bus, take either the 48 or the 804 to the “Inman Avenue at Grove Avenue” stop. The bus stop is located right in front of our building. Our office is located in a light brown office building called “Twin Plaza.” We are located between Plaza Child Care and the Inman Sports club. We look forward to seeing you there!

Staying Heart Healthy in Middlesex County

Named #2 in the Top Ten Best Cities in New Jersey list, Edison certainly has a lot to offer. Our staff members really enjoy taking in all the shopping and dining options on their off-hours, as well as taking in the sights at Edison State Park and Roosevelt Park. We love meeting all of the diverse residents of this town as well, hearing their stories as we help them enjoy better oral health. Did you know 70 different languages are spoken here in Edison? It really helps you visualize the “melting pot” that’s happening here in this fast-growing community.

Did you know? The New Jersey Department of Health reports heart disease is the number one cause of death among our residents. Fortunately, you can protect your heart by protecting your gums. Studies show that contracting gum diseases does put you at greater risk for stroke and heart attacks.

Many people develop gum problems because their teeth are not straight. This makes it very hard to floss. Tartar develops and traps bacteria near the gum line. This results in bleeding, swelling, and receding gums. Seeking orthodontic care is one of the best ways to ensure you are able to floss all of your teeth as thoroughly as they need to be flossed. Don’t assume orthodontics are all about your appearance…while having a straighter smile might help you look more beautiful or more handsome it is not the most important part of the services we offer.

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