Creating Your Most Beautiful Smile
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YOUR TRUSTED FAMILY ORTHODONTIST FOR BRACES AND INVISALIGN IN COLUMBIA, SC AREA FOR ALMOST 40 YEARS
Orthodontist Dr. Richard E. Boyd and his talented orthodontic team have been creating exceptional smiles for almost 40 years in Columbia SC and the surrounding areas of West Columbia, Forest Acres, Elgin, Lugoff, Blythewood, Red Bank, Irmo, and White Knoll, SC.
At Boyd Orthodontics, we believe everyone deserves the quality of life, increased self-esteem, and joy that comes as a result of a beautiful healthy smile.
Combining experience with advanced education and personalized care
When you visit either of our two convenient locations in Northeast Columbia or the Downtown area, you can feel the energy and dedication the Boyd Orthodontics Team delivers to every patient who walks through our doors.
- Invisalign and Invisalign Teen if you are concerned about wearing braces!
- Itero Digital scan impressions in just minutes. No more goopy impressions!
- Watch our videos to find out more about orthodontic treatment options and raving testimonials from our patients.
Get Started Today!
The first step towards creating a beautiful healthy smiles is to schedule a complimentary exam! Contact Boyd Orthodontics at either of our two convenient locations and get ready to start smiling today!
Meet Your Doctors
Dr. Boyd, Dr. Scott, and Dr. Reb pride themselves on providing a unique combination of experience, technical expertise and a warm, personal approach to all patients.
Orthodontics for Children
The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that most children should have an orthodontic screening by age 7. This allows Dr. Boyd to determine if orthodontic treatment will be required and the best time for the patient to be treated.
Orthodontics for Adults
No one is too old for orthodontic treatment! Adults seek orthodontic treatment for many of the same reasons as children. Some adults had orthodontic problems as children but were unable to correct them until now. Others, who had treatment as children, may need further treatment as adults due to relapse or limitations of previous treatment.