We Change Your Smile,
You Change The World

Our Office
230 South Orange Avenue
Brea, California 92821
(714) 990-5414


"At Curtis Orthodontics, our mission is to provide the highest quality orthodontic treatment in a caring, comfortable atmosphere with exceptional customer service while being a blessing to our patients, families, and the community."



When you visit Curtis Orthodontics, your "smile" is our top priority.  Dr. Curtis and our entire team are dedicated to providing you with the personalized, quality care and service that we ourselves would desire if we were the patient. 

New patients click here to learn about appointments and payment options as well as find answers to frequently asked questions, download patient forms & more.

When you visit our office you will experience high quality orthodontic care in a genuine atmosphere with exceptional customer service. Our goal is to assist each you in achieving a beautiful smile.  


Board-Certified Specialist in Orthodontics for Children, Teens, and Adults


​Practice Goal: "A Better World Through Better Smiles"


Connect With Us



Exceptional Orthodontics,
extraordinary services.

Digital radiography (digital X-ray) is the latest technology used to take dental X-rays.  This technique uses an electronic sensor (instead of X-ray film) that captures and stores the digital image on a computer.  This image can be instantly viewed and enlarged, helping the dentist and dental hygienist detect problems more easily.  Digital X-rays reduce radiation 80-90% compared to the already low exposure of traditional dental X-rays.Dental X-rays are essential, preventative, diagnostic tools that provide valuable information not visible...

Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry specializing in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of jaw, face and bite irregularities (malocclusions*). Orthodontic treatment is provided by an oral health care provider known as an orthodontist, who has completed three years of additional training beyond dental school.  Recent years have brought about many changes within the dental industry, specifically with regards to orthodontic treatment and care.  Now more than ever patients are experiencing fewer incidences of cavities and missing teeth...

Early interceptive orthodontic treatment (Phase I) is primarily used to prevent and correct “bite” irregularities. The American Association of Orthodontics recommends that an orthodontist evaluate a child by the age of seven, and even earlier, if a parent or family dentist discovers a problem. Several factors may contribute to such irregularities, including genetic factors, the early loss of primary (baby) teeth, and damaging oral habits (such as thumb sucking and developmental problems).Orthodontic irregularities may be present at birth or...

We are always excited to meet new patients during their first visit to our office. Your initial appointment will consist of a complimentary panoramic radiograph, a series of photos, a thorough examination, and a discussion of potential treatment options. This important 45-minute visit will give us insight into your orthodontic needs. During the initial examination for each patient, we will address the following questions that cover the basics of orthodontic treatment. We encourage you to ask questions as well. Is there a condition that...

We understand that you want your smile to look perfect and your teeth to work at their best. If you are an adult, it is never too late to begin treatment. However, early orthodontics can help achieve perfect alignment and function of the teeth at a younger age. In fact, the American Association of Orthodontics recommends that an orthodontist evaluate a child by the age of seven, and even earlier, if a parent of family dentist discovers a problem. Treatment by Dr. Curtis will help your child’s permanent teeth grow into the right place and guide...

Learn More All Services

Contact Us

We encourage you to contact us with any questions or comments you may have. Please call our office or use the quick contact form below.

Dedicated to providing you
with expert Orthodontic care.

Why straighten teeth?

Straighter teeth perform chewing, biting and speaking functions more effectively than crooked teeth.  In addition, a straight smile boosts confidence, is aesthetically pleasing to look at, and can help stave off a wide variety of dental ailments. There are several types of malocclusion... ...Read More

Make A Good First ImpressionSmiles are a big part of our identity, how we feel about ourselves and how others perceive us. In a recent survey, of more than 1,000 Americans (age 18 and over), 72% of the respondents agreed that people of all ages with healthy, straight teeth are typically treated... ...Read More

Your orthodontic treatment is an affordable investment that offers a rewarding dividend: a beautiful smile. Since every patient is different, there is no standard fee. The actual cost will depend on a number of factors, including the complexity and severity of your problem and the required length of... ...Read More

Yes, there are many different payment options. Please see our Payment Options page for more information.  ...Read More

The goal of orthodontics goes beyond cosmetics and the achievement of an attractive-looking smile. A proper bite helps protect the teeth by preventing wear and other damage caused by improper contact. In addition, a proper bite helps to relieve stress on the “TMJ” or jaw joints and may decrease any... ...Read More

Our patients report minimal discomfort following adjustment appointments. We use the advanced Damon System Comfort braces, which eliminates tightening completely, and has been shown to be 68% more comfortable than regular braces. Some pressure on the teeth is to be expected. This sensation generally... ...Read More

In most cases, the answer is yes: with our patients’ cooperation. In order for a timely finish, we ask our patients to take care of their orthodontic appliances, keep their scheduled treatment appointments, practice good oral hygiene (toothbrushing), and wear their orthodontic elastics as... ...Read More

During the course of treatment, Dr. Curtis will provide ongoing, periodic estimates for his patients of the time needed for completion. Factors that help promote the fastest completion of treatment include appointment cooperation, hygiene compliance, and wearing of elastics and/or other prescribed... ...Read More

Retainers are worn 24 hours per day (except for eating and brushing), 7 days per week for the entire first year after braces are removed. Thereafter, Dr. Curtis will prescribe decreased wear for the individual based on the response of their teeth. We include three years of complimentary retainer... ...Read More

Yes, please see your general dentist for a cleaning and an exam at least twice per year. Some orthodontic patients may require more frequent hygiene visits if the teeth cannot be adequately maintained with homecare. ...Read More

Ready to come in for an appointment?
Contact us today!