Your Virtual Consultation

With Capps Orthodontics

Kick off your journey to a superior smile with Capps Orthodontics — we're the experts who truly understand your daily life.

Find out if you're ready for orthodontic treatment with a quick assessment. You only need your phone. Dr. Capps will review your input and confirm if treatment suits you.

How It Works

You'll begin by giving us a little bio info about yourself. Next, you'll snap a few photos of your teeth.

Step 1:
Use your smartphone. Ask someone you trust to help, if needed.  Replicate these 8 photos below. The better the quality of your photos, the better recommendations we can make!

photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile

Need help with your photos? Take them in a well-lit room for the best quality possible.

A good way to help move your cheeks away from your teeth is for you to hold your cheeks with 2 spoons. Then, ask your friend or family member to take the photos for you.

Step 2:
Complete the form below.

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    Step 3:
    Good to go! Dr. Capps will look over your images and will get back to you soon with your treatment plan options.


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