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North Virginia Orthodontics Specialist Dr. Miller Launches a New and Innovative Orthopedic Corrector

Called Esprit, the New Device is being Hailed as the Most Advanced Class II Corrector on the Market Today

WARRENTON, Va., April 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- North Virginia Orthodontics Specialist Dr. Miller has just announced the launch of a new orthopedic corrector that he helped to design. Although it has been on the market for a relatively short time, Dr. Miller said the new Esprit is the most advanced Class II corrector that is currently available.

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In order to promote the Esprit spring corrector, Dr. Miller will travel to Panama in May to deliver lectures about the device and its efficacy and level of patient comfort. The Esprit corrector is the result of over three years of research and development, and it has been tested extensively by Dr. Miller and other orthodontists in their clinics. Thanks to its smooth CNC body and internal spring design, Dr. Miller said the Esprit helps to make Class II correction a relatively pain-free experience for patients.

In addition to the exciting news about the Esprit corrector, Dr. Miller has also just announced the launch of a new website. The easy-to-navigate site, miller-ortho.com, is filled with informative information about Miller Orthodontics and their many areas of expertise, including adult braces, and technologically advanced options like Invisalign, Invisalign Teen, Opal esthetic braces, and much more.

Because Dr. Miller and the other orthodontists at Miller Orthodontics truly understand that a smile is one of the greatest gifts a person can have, they are committed to helping people have beautiful smiles that can help open doors both socially and professionally.

"Once you seek treatment in our office we take an interdisciplinary approach to your care," an article on the new website noted, adding that Dr. Miller and the other orthodontists at the clinic have found the best results occur when they form an alliance with the patient's general dentist. 

"Communication of your needs will be provided, such as routine check-ups and timely cleaning appointments during orthodontic treatment, then follow up care and/or additional services such as tooth replacement, whitening or replacement of restorations."

Dr. Miller said he is especially pleased when a new patient comes in after being referred by a former patient. He considers it to be the highest compliment when established patients have seen what their new smile has done for their lives, and they take the time to refer their friends and family to the practice.

About Miller Orthodontics:

At Miller Orthodontics, their passion for their patients and their profession shows. The orthodontists love what they do and feel fortunate every day to provide results and experiences worth talking about. Many area dentists refer their patients, employees, and their own family members to the practice for treatment. For more information, please visit http://www.miller-ortho.com/

Media Contact: Cynthia Roy, Miller Orthodontics, (949) 555-2861, [email protected]

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