Kawa Orthodontics
Kawa Orthodontics
Kawa Orthodontics
Kawa Orthodontics

Providing the Highest Quality Care and Most Effective Treatment

Dr. Larry Kawa designed his state of the art office in Boca Raton, Florida with the comfort and convenience of his patients in mind.

For the past 15 years, Kawa & Associates is pleased to be your neighborhood orthodontist providing orthodontic treatment plans for you and your family serving the tri-county area. Our top priority is to provide uncompromising quality orthodontics in a marine utopia teeming with tropical sea life. Let our team of caring and award winning professionals, overseen by a Dual Board Certified Orthodontist certified by the National Board of Orthodontics, take care of you and your family in a state of the art unique environment.

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We want your visits to our office to be enjoyable and memorable. We are also pleased to offer weekend and after hours service available to accommodate your busy schedule. Choose from a variety of orthodontic and oral surgery treatments including Invisalign, Children’s braces, Teen braces, Adult braces, Clear braces, Wisdom Tooth Extraction, Dental Implants, TMJ Disorder, and more.
“Your smile is the signature of our reputation”

 

Childrens Braces and Preventative Treatment Plans

The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that a child be seen by an orthodontist for the first time at age 7, whether or not an orthodontic problem is obvious to you. After evaluating your child, the orthodontist may simply recommend periodic checkups while the permanent teeth are erupting, and while the jaws and the face continue to grow.

Tracking your child’s growth is a form of preventative dentistry in itself. Although orthodontic treatment may not begin at an early age, an early examination enables the orthodontist to evaluate the problem and determine the appropriate time to treat the child for maximum results.

In some cases, your orthodontist may recommend interceptive treatment, while the jaws are still growing, in order to prevent more serious problems from developing. Early intervention frequently makes the completion of the treatment at a later age easier and less time-consuming. Read More »