Can Invisalign Fix My Gap Teeth?

Are you wondering, “Can Invisalign fix my gap teeth?” The short answer is: Yes! However, to be sure, you’ll need to have your smile assessed by an experienced orthodontist. 

In many cases, Invisalign is a convenient, affordable, and effective way to get a perfect smile for life. Plus, with the latest technology, treatment time is often much faster than in the past!

Find Out from Home

Today, it’s easier than ever to find out if you’re a potential candidate for Invisalign. Without leaving home, you can take a free virtual consultation with Smiles in Framingham. 

After taking some pictures of your smile, Dr. Himelhoch, a board-certified orthodontist with over 37 years of practice, will assess them. Then, you can find out if you appear to be a candidate for Invisalign, or if another treatment such as modern braces may work better for your unique smile. 

At Smiles in Framingham, our goal is to offer the best treatment possible. So, the result is a lifetime of beautiful smiles. Plus, you will often enjoy many important health benefits too!

Click here to get started with your free virtual consultation.

Improve Oral Health and Smile More than Ever!

If you’re searching for information on this topic, it might mean the gap between your teeth, called a diastema, is of concern. Sometimes, the extra spacing between teeth can be merely a cosmetic issue. However, food can also get stuck in the open areas, leading to more serious health concerns.

Sometimes, gap teeth can be related to advanced gum disease. Since it can be harder to clean the teeth, there can be resultant tooth decay, and sometimes tooth loss. From there, your oral health can worsen over time. However, it is also often the case that a diastema is merely a cosmetic issue.

Get a free consultation with Dr. Himelhoch to learn more about your unique teeth. Then, you learn if Invisalign will benefit you. Plus, you can find out about affordable treatment options, how long treatment will take, and get all the answers you need. Then, you’ll be ready to get the perfect smile you always wanted!

Related: See our recent blog post about Invisalign treatment for an overbite.

Invisalign for Adults and Teens

Clear aligners are popular with teenagers who want to avoid the look of braces. However, Invisalign is also more and more popular with adults. The convenience and discreet appearance are a big plus for everyone. As you may know, you can take out the aligners easily to eat, drink, brush, and floss your teeth. 

When you choose us, you receive the best custom treatment plan. And, we offer the best care for patients of all ages. As always, we strive to provide the best experience possible in our welcoming, comfortable Framingham office.

Get started with your free virtual consultation here. It’s quick and easy with no obligation. Or contact us here to schedule a free in-office visit. Currently, we’re taking extra steps to keep everyone safe as we gradually reopen due to Covid-19. See more here.

Call us anytime at 508-872-0555. We look forward to seeing your smile! 

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Dr. Himelhoch is trained and experienced in providing care for both pediatric and adult orthodontic problems to the residents of Framingham, MA. Also, we’re proud to serve Southborough, Ashland, Wayland, Natick, Marlborough, Hopkinton, Holliston, and the surrounding areas.

Can Invisalign Fix My Overbite?

Are you wondering, “Can Invisalign can fix my overbite?” The short answer: Yes! However, to be sure, you can easily get the answers you need with a free virtual consultation from home. 

Take a Free Virtual Consultation for Invisalign

With a free virtual consultation, it’s never been easier to find out if you might be a good candidate for Invisalign or braces. All you have to do is fill in the form and submit five pictures of your teeth with a digital camera, webcam, or your smartphone. Don’t worry; there are easy instructions in the video to guide you along the way.

Once you submit your information, Dr. Deborah A. Himelhoch, DDS MS, MMSc, will review it and contact you with your free smile assessment. Then, you will have a clear idea if you are a potential candidate for Invisalign.

Also, you’ll find out how long treatment may take as well as affordable payment plan options. Plus, you can get answers to any other questions you may have as you plan for a better future with more smiles.

Get started on your free virtual consultation here.

Why Treat an Overbite? 

An overbite is a common problem affecting the majority of people. While many cases are minor, in some cases, an overbite could cause serious health problems.

Consider the following issues sometimes caused by an overbite:

  • Trouble chewing food properly
  • Damage to the teeth and gums
  • Painful chewing or biting
  • Breathing issues
  • Speech impediments
  • Change to a person’s appearance

As you can see, it is often necessary to treat an overbite. Not only can treatment help cosmetic issues, but more importantly, you could enjoy long-term health benefits.

Choose a Board Certified Orthodontist

Dr. Himelhock is a board-certified orthodontist serving Framingham, MA, Southborough, Ashland, Wayland, Natick, Marlborough, Hopkinton, Holliston, and the surrounding areas. By choosing a board-certified orthodontist, you can be sure your doctor is dedicated to the highest quality care for patients.

Dr. Himelhock is trained and board-certified in both pediatric dentistry and orthodontics. Thus, patients of all ages get the best care with an expert understanding of your unique care needs. It’s never too late to get the treatment you need to have a perfect smile for life!

With over 37 years of practice, Dr. Himelhock provides unsurpassed care with custom treatment plans using the latest technologies. Thus, you can enjoy shorter treatment times, which means fewer appointments while still getting the best results.

Click here to get started with your free virtual consultation.

Call us anytime at 508-872-0555. We look forward to seeing you smile! 

Dr. Himelhoch is trained and experienced in providing care for both pediatric and adult orthodontic problems to the residents of Framingham, Southborough, Ashland, Wayland, Natick, Marlborough, Hopkinton, Holliston, and the surrounding areas.

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How To Avoid a Broken Retainer

In this post, we’ll look at how to avoid a broken retainer. It’s worth taking care of your retainers for many reasons. 

First, when you think of a retainer, think that it retains your perfect smile. So, if you break it, you’ll need to replace it right away, or your teeth could move out of alignment. Plus, replacing the device is expensive and you will need to come in to have new impressions made of your teeth. 

More importantly, you don’t want to lose the progress you’ve made wearing braces or aligners. Although it might not be much to look at, your retainer helps you keep your beautiful smile for a lifetime. Pretty remarkable, right?

Fortunately, there are some easy ways to avoid a broken retainer.

How to Avoid a Broken Retainer with the Right Habits

Even for the best of us, it’s easy to lose track of a removable retainer if you start with bad habits. Unfortunately, these habits are easy to fall into and will result in losing or breaking the device.

For example, you might take out your retainer and put it in a napkin beside you when you are eating. Too quickly, you can see how you might forget that it’s there and walk away without it. And, you might throw it away by accident. 

The Right Habits

Instead, keep your retainer in its case and always put the case where you know you’ll remember it every time. Also, write your phone number and your name on the case – just in case.

Choose one place, like a purse, or a backpack, wherever you are sure to take it with you when you leave. It might be a good idea to invest in a small waist bag/ fanny pack for the sole purpose of holding your retainer.

After you decide on the best place for you, do the same thing every time. Then, you’ll never lose or end up breaking your retainer.

Of course, the easiest way not to lose your retainer is to keep it in your mouth, except when you are eating, brushing your teeth. So, if you don’t have a safe place to put your retainer, you might be better off eating with it in your mouth. Just avoid hard and sticky foods, and never chew gum.

Lastly, you’ll need to store your retainer in its case if you play sports or spend time on the water, swimming, boating, or skiing. In this case, you may need to get a family member to keep your case for you or put it in a locker.

The Wrong Habits

Some might choose to put their retainers in their pocket, but this could be a bad idea. You might forget it’s there, and the retainer ends up melting in the clothes dryer. 

Another common choice is leaving your retainer in the car. Unfortunately, the heat inside the vehicle can distort your retainer, just like washing it in hot water.

Another tip: Watch out for cats and dogs. If you leave your case where they can get to it, your pets might think you left them a new chew toy! 

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Your Smile is Worth It

A retainer plays a big role in helping you keep your perfect smile. So, it’s worth getting in the right habits to protect it. Your smile is worth it.

For more information about taking care of your retainer, see our instructions for removable retainers. There, we provide instructions for clear retainers as well as Vivera retainers. Plus, there’s a helpful video for tips on cleaning bonded retainers.

For more questions, send us a message on our contact page. Or call us anytime at 508-872-0555

Smiles in Framingham is the office of Dr. Deborah Himelhoch. We provide quality pediatric dentistry and orthodontics for infants, children, adolescents, and adults throughout Framingham, Southborough, Ashland, Wayland, Natick, Marlborough, Hopkinton, Holliston, and surrounding towns.




Virtual Consultations for Braces/Invisalign

As we spend more time at home and online, Smiles in Framingham is here for you with virtual consultations for braces/Invisalign. Without leaving the comfort of home, you can get started with plans for a future with more smiles.

Get valuable information you need, answering questions such as:

  1. Could I be a candidate for Invisalign?
  2. Will braces work better for me?
  3. How long will treatment generally take?
  4. Will the treatment be affordable?
  5. What else can I expect?

Once you have answers to questions like these, you’ll be well-informed and ready to pursue treatment in person when you’re ready. Then, your first visit will be a breeze, as you will generally know what to expect on day one. 

As most people are staying at home and surfing the internet, it’s the perfect time to plan for a better future. With orthodontic treatment, you can get the perfect smile you always wanted. However, you’ll also enjoy long-term health benefits. Thus, pursuing braces or Invisalign can be life-changing, improving your health, confidence, and self-esteem.

Free Virtual Consultations Are Easy!

Smiles in Framingham provide the best orthodontic care for people of all ages. Watch the short video that will instruct you on taking some pictures of your smile with a smartphone, digital camera, or webcam (A smartphone may be the easiest.).

When you submit your information and pictures, our board-certified orthodontist, Doctor Deborah A. Himelhoch, DDS MS, MMSc, will carefully review the information. Then, she’ll be able to suggest preliminary treatment options until she can see you for a thorough in-office exam.

Just click here to get started with your free virtual consultation.

The Latest Technology For the Best Treatment

At Smiles in Framingham, we offer the latest techniques using the best of modern technology. Thus, you can expect a more efficient, comfortable treatment and results. Importantly, the technology we offer can shorten treatment times, meaning fewer appointments while still getting the best results.

Always, we provide personal attention and care to each patient in our friendly, modern office. Our patient testimonials reflect our professional team’s dedication to providing the best experience to everyone. For examples of the amazing results you can expect, see our Smile Gallery. Also, check out our Facebook and Instagram pages for the latest news and updates.

Smiles in Framingham treats patients of all ages in Framingham, Southborough, Ashland, Wayland, Natick, Marlborough, Hopkinton, Holliston, and surrounding areas.

Click here to get started with your free virtual consultation.

Call us anytime at 508-872-0555. We look forward to seeing you smile! 

What Your Dental Team at Smiles in Framingham Is Doing to Keep You Healthy

Dear Patients and Parents,

The health and well-being of our patients is our top priority, now and always. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, we are closely following and adhering to precautions advised by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

The Massachussets Dental Society and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry have recently recommended cancelling all elective, non-urgent dental visits until further notice. We will be calling to reschedule most routine dental and orthodontic visits as a result of these recommendations. The office will be open limited hours to care for patients with issues that should not wait. I will also be available for any emergencies.

We want to assure you that we are taking continuous steps to ensure that our office remains a safe place for every patient. It’s important for you to know that dentists are experts in infection control. For instance, we have been trained to prevent the spread of infectious diseases such as flu, HIV, hepatitis, and tuberculosis. The precautions we take every day will also help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

We follow precautions developed by the CDC to protect both health care personnel and patients. We sterilize all instruments after each use and clean each dental operatory after each patient visit, using surface disinfectants that kill all known infectious diseases, including coronavirus. Dedicated hand washing and one-time use disposable materials also help maintain a safe environment for our patients. Our staff are regularly trained in these procedures. Here is a full list of our standard procedures upon reopening:

-We have always done what we could to maintain high standards for patient care and safety.

-In light of the Covid 19 pandemic, it is prudent to make changes to heighten our infection prevention measures to protect our patients, our staff, and everyone’s families. These include screening of staff and visitors, infection prevention barriers, and social distancing measures

-Some of the changes include new protective gear for staff, such as face shields, hair and shoe covers, and different masks.

-We have removed magazines and toys, and made every effort to reduce clutter to facilitate cleaning and disinfection of all surfaces.

-Plexiglass sneeze barriers will be present in the reception area to protect the front desk staff.

-We will ask you some questions to screen for infection risk, both when you make your appointment and when you arrive on the day of the appointment.

-Staff members will also be asked similar questions each day they report for work.

-We will be taking temperatures to screen for possible Covid-19 infection.

-We ask that you remain in your car when you arrive for your appointment. Call us at 508-872-0555 to let us know you have arrived.  We will bring you into the office when we are ready for you.

-Please limit the number of people in the office to aid in social distancing. Whenever possible, please leave siblings at home and have older children come in by themselves.

-We will be seeing fewer patients each day and will keep patients from different families spaced out.

-There will be a patient care station just inside the entrance with hand sanitizer, masks, and gloves if you do not have your own. For your protection and for those around you, we ask that you wear a mask whenever possible.

-We are applying additional focus and time on cleaning door handles, faucets, and other items with high-traffic hand touches.

-We will try to run on time, but safety comes first. Please expect all appointment to take longer than usual.

We will be happy to discuss any concerns you may have. Just call or email.

If you would like to reschedule an upcoming appointment or talk through any concerns, please feel free to contact our office at 508-872-0555. This number will also give you the emergency contact information if we are closed.

Remember, the best way to protect yourself and your community is with everyday preventative actions, like washing hands often and disinfecting surfaces regularly. These actions will help minimize and slow the spread of the coronavirus.

For the most up-to-date information and guidance, please visit the CDC website at

With very best wishes for your continued good health,
Dr. Deborah Himelhoch and the team at Smiles in Framingham

Braces in Natick, MA

Braces in Natick, MA have never been more effective. If you are seeking straighter, more beautiful teeth that you are happy to show off; the answer is clear. You need to check out Dr. Himelhoch from Smiles in Framingham for results that are sure to astound.

What Are Braces?

Braces in Natick, MA are a great solution for many different orthodontic complications. If you have an underbite or overbite as examples, braces may be the best solution for you. Braces are metal brackets that are temporarily mounted to teeth. Wires are used to maneuver the teeth into place. This helps patients see better smiles.

Are There Different Kinds of Braces?

There are in fact many different types of braces. Here at Smiles in Framingham, we have more than just metal braces. We also have ceramic braces, as well as Invisalign and 3M Clear Aligners. Different options provide patients with additional flexibility when choosing their treatment.

What is the Right Age for Braces?

There is no real age that is considered right for braces. Patients of all ages can see the benefits of treatment with braces in Natick, MA. However, we strongly advise that children see an orthodontist like Dr. Himelhoch by the age of 7. This will provide the best possible chance of combatting potential issues down the road.

Why Smiles in Framingham?

At Smiles in Framingham, we welcome all patients. Our office is friendly and clean. When it comes to our technique, we are unmatched. By always keeping up with new technology and better procedures we are able to really help patients in a great way. Don’t take our word for it alone, check out these amazing results!

Contacting Smiles in Framingham

Contacting Smiles in Framingham is simple. All you have to do to learn more about braces in Natick, MA is dial 508-872-0555. Learn more about the benefits of treatment today. Braces are now more effective and more convenient than ever before.

Orthodontist Near Marlborough, MA

Seeing an orthodontist near Marlborough, MA is the right choice for your family. When you choose Smiles in Framingham you can expect no less than the best orthodontic treatment. Dr. Deborah A. Himelhoch is a top tier orthodontist ready to provide comprehensive care at an affordable rate. From kids to adults, we will have your entire family smiling in no time!

Why Seek a Pediatric Orthodontist Near Marlborough, MA?

An orthodontist near Marlborough, MA can put you and your loved ones on the right track to a more beautiful smile. Did you know that the American Association of Orthodontists recommends that your child see a dentist no later than the age of 7? This is because during this time of life there is a limited window to make an impact on certain issues that can best be treated when the jaws are still forming. Making an appointment with Smiles in Framingham can help your child reach the best possible orthodontic health later on in life. Preventative care can also save you money later on down the line! Seeing an orthodontist early on has the following benefits:

1 | Create room among crowded teeth

2 | Lessen the need for removal of teeth

3 | Lessen treatment time with a future treatment

4 | Positively influence essential jaw growth

Orthodontic Treatment for Adults

There is never a bad time to make an improvement in your life. Seeing an orthodontist as an adult can do wonders for the health of your teeth and gums. Braces and clear aligners provide a great way for adults of any age to take charge of their treatment. Whether you might be looking for something more subtle like clear braces or Invisalign, there are options to suit every lifestyle. A great smile has the capacity to speak for you. What do you want your smile to say about you? Make a positive lasting impression on those you meet and of course, do the right thing for your health. Make an appointment with an orthodontist near Marlborough, MA.

Contacting Smiles in Framingham

Getting in touch with Smiles in Framingham has never been easier. Just pick up the phone and give us a call anytime at 508-872-0555. Or visit us on the web or in-person by visiting our contact page. Every beautiful smile starts somewhere. Visit the pros at Smiles in Framingham to begin your treatment today.

Orthodontist Ashland, MA

Locating a Great Orthodontist in Ashland, MA

Finding a great orthodontist can be a challenge. If you are seeking an orthodontist in Ashland, MA then you are in luck. At Smiles in Framingham, we specialize in orthodontic treatment for patients of all ages. A smile says a lot about you. Be sure to put your smile and all the smiles that you love in the hands of someone you trust!

Dr. Himelhoch is board certified in both pediatric dentistry as well as in orthodontics. She has valuable experience in multiple areas of the field, making her ready to tackle any challenge one might present to an orthodontist in Ashland, MA. When you need comprehensive care that is both effective, and affordable, you need Smiles in Framingham.

Orthodontist Near Me

What Does an Orthodontist Do?

There are many surprising benefits regarding orthodontic treatment. An orthodontist not only improves the look of your mouth, but they can also improve your overall health. Straighter teeth are easier to care for. Having healthy teeth can actually reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke as well. Receiving treatment from an orthodontist like Dr. Himelhoch can leave your whole mouth feeling healthier than ever before.

Straighter teeth and a more beautiful smile can work magic on your self-esteem as well as how you present yourself to the world. Scheduling an initial consultation is the first step on the way to your best health. When you meet Dr. Himelhoch you will know you’ve made the right choice!

Making the Right Choice!

We only incorporate treatment that has been proven effective. We have everything from braces to clear aligners. In fact, we even accept transfer patients. If your orthodontic treatment left more to be desired, or you aren’t finished with your treatment yet, we can help. Smiles in Framingham cares for kids, adults, and everyone in between.

Learn more about our treatment options. Discover how an orthodontist in Ashland, MA can help get you on the right path to a superior smile. Call us today and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have and provide you aid in setting up an initial evaluation. The sooner you start treatment, the sooner you will see results! Don’t delay, contact us today!

Halloween Candy Guide!

Halloween is just around the corner, which means kids are ready to go all out trick-or-treating. Stocking up on their winter supply of candy! Therefore it’s no surprise that Halloween also presents parents with a variety of health and safety challenges to remain aware of. “It’s OK to eat candy on Halloween, but it’s vital to have a plan in place to not damage your teeth,” says ADA dentist Dr. Deborah Himelhoch. This is how you can help your family stay healthy on Halloween and all year-round.

Halloween Candy

Time Things Right

Eating Halloween candy (or other sugary foods) as part of meals or shortly after lunch or dinner. Saliva production actually increases during meals. This actually helps cleanse your mouth by washing away particles, specifically those pesky sugar molecules that enjoy bonding to teeth.

Keep Clear of Sweet Snacks

Snacking on sweets puts you at an increased risk of cavities. This spells double-trouble if you plan to keep grabbing sugary treats from the candy bowl. This can create a dental dilemma. Keep clear of other sweets and sugars if you plan to indulge a bit extra on your Halloween candy.

Be Mindful of Ingredients

Avoid hard candy or other sweets that may stay in your mouth for a while. Besides how frequently you snack, the length of time sugary food is in your mouth correlates directly to tooth decay and increased plaque. Unless you have a sugar-free product, candies that stay in the mouth for a long period of time link teeth to an increased risk of tooth decay.

What a Mess!

Sticky candy may cling to your teeth. The stickier candies, like gummies, or perhaps taffy, take longer to get washed away by saliva, increasing the risk for tooth decay.

Set Boundaries

It’s tempting to keep that Halloween candy in stock, but your teeth will thank you if you limit your stash. Check out candy buyback programs or perhaps donate some of the candy you dislike to those families or troops who could really appreciate it. It’s another way to savor some sweetness without snacking.

Maintain a Healthy Diet

Your body is like a complex machine. What you put on the inside eventually shows up on the outside.

Chew Gum with the ADA Seal

Chewing sugarless gum for 20 minutes after meals can help reduce tooth decay. Increased saliva flow again helps wash out food and neutralize the acid produced by bacteria. You can perhaps circumvent some candy eating by using this method to ward off cravings.

Brush Twice a Day

Brush your teeth two or three times a day for two minutes with a reputable toothpaste. Remember to replace your toothbrush every three or four months, or sooner if the bristles are disheveled. A worn toothbrush won’t do a wonderful job of cleaning your teeth.

Clean Between Your Teeth

Floss your teeth once a day. Decay-causing bacteria travels between teeth where toothbrush bristles can’t reach. Flossing helps remove plaque and food particles from between the teeth and under the gums.

Visit Smiles in Framingham!

We would love to provide you with more helpful tips to make the most of your healthy mouth. We are always here to inform you of the facts and steer you in the right direction toward your best health. Schedule an exam today to get started on the road to your best health. Visit Smiles in Framingham!

Clear Aligner Options in Framingham, MA

Considering Aligner Options in Framingham, MA?

There are many different clear aligner options in Framingham, MA. Here at Smiles in Framingham, we specialize in more than just one type of treatment. You may already be familiar with Invisalign clear aligners. Now, there are some new technologies besides Invisalign entering the market which are worth considering. Smiles in Framingham is lead by Dr. Deborah A. Himelhoch. Dr. Himelhoch is a fully board-certified dentist, orthodontist and Harvard graduate. It is her mission to stay on top of modern orthodontic treatment and to find great solutions for all of her patients.

3M Clarity Aligners

3M clarity aligners are making headway in the orthodontic world. Made of 100% translucent high-quality materials, these aligners are held to the utmost standard. Creating 3M aligners that are both durable and comfortable, we can provide a unique product to prospective patients. Progressive software from 3M is user-friendly in an orthodontic office setting. By measuring progress through the software we are better able to calculate your results. This means that your time in an office chair declines. Many qualified orthodontists endorse this product. We look forward to giving patients another option to consider. When it comes to your oral health, there is no one size fits all approach. You should explore your options. In conclusion, 3M Clarity Aligners are a great choice to consider when thinking of aligner options in Framingham, MA.


Since 2006, ClearCorrect has been delivering high-quality products to orthodontists everywhere. Millions of aligners have been worn by patients everywhere. We create our aligners using only the best quality crack and stain-resistant polyurethane. Founded by doctors right here in the U.S.A. By offering great service, and great software ClearCorrect makes a positive impact on patient’s lives and orthodontist’s lives. It has never been easier to combat common orthodontic issues using ClearCorrect. Contact Smiles in Framingham for more information on ClearCorrect clear aligner options in Framingham, MA.


Invisalign clear aligners are a solution for many patients seeking orthodontic care. Researched and designed for over 6 years, over 260 materials were put to the test to find the best. The result was a material both effective and comfortable. Truly a great product with a lot of support behind it. When considering Invisalign clear aligner options in Framingham, MA, you should first speak to a qualified orthodontist such as Dr. Himelhoch.

Seeking Treatment

Smiles in Framingham is ready to take your orthodontic aesthetic to the next level. By utilizing clear aligner technologies patients can see results without seeing the hardware. Dr. Himmelhoch and staff are here to answer any questions you may have pertaining to dental or orthodontic treatment in Framingham, MA. Contact us to schedule a consultation and start your orthodontic journey.



Tuesday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday* 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
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