Walking into the orthodontist’s office can be a daunting task for kids and adults, but Dr. Joshua Knowles and his staff at Smile at the World Orthodontics are prepared to make every patient’s first experience a great one. He is a board-certified orthodontist. Which means he is an expert who knows how to put the pieces of the puzzle together so you can have a straight, healthy, strong, beautiful smile.
“We try to make the whole process as comfortable as possible,” Dr. Knowles said. “We give patients options that will give them the best results.”
Smile at the World offers traditional braces, clear brackets, Invisalign, in-house aligners, and even inBrace, which are braces that go on the back of the teeth.
“We always keep your needs and goals in mind, and we’ll design a personalized treatment so you can enjoy the smile of your dreams,” Dr. Knowles said.
Dr. Knowles and his staff are constantly striving to provide the best care with up-to-date practices and the best equipment. This is part of the reason that the practice has opened a new office at 209 Hilliard Rd. in Temple, TX.
“It’s always been in the plans to open a new location to be on the cutting-edge in orthodontics,” Dr. Knowles said. “We’ll now have private rooms and semiprivate bays. You will still have the open atmosphere in the main clinic, but with an added half-wall for extra privacy.”
Dr. Knowles said that his staff is truly amazing and really “makes the magic happen” for each patient.
“From the moment you walk into our office you will be able to tell that we love people,” he said.
Smile at the World’s website, www.smileattheworld.com, has also had an upgrade, and it is now possible to schedule a complimentary consultation, get more information about the practice’s services and fill out paperwork ahead of time to streamline your visit even more.
For more information about Smile at the World, visit their website, call 254-773-8028 or visit their new office at 209 Hilliard Rd., Temple, TX 76502.
Jessa is the Editor-in-Chief of Hooray for Family and the mom of three energetic children. She has a BA in Mass Communication/Journalism from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, and is a long-time resident of Central Texas. When she isn't writing and editing, she enjoys playing board games with her kids, teaching Sunday school and channeling her creativity into craft projects.