Visiting Dr. Larson, a qualified orthodontist from Oklahoma City will help families understand the right time to get braces. Sky Ortho provides orthodontic treatment services and helps everyone from Oklahoma who is looking for an orthodontist in Norman, OK, Shawnee, OK or OKC metro area. We are also one of the very few providers for Invisalign in Oklahoma City and Norman. Contact Sky Ortho to learn more about Invisalign or braces in OKC.
Welcome to Sky Ortho! Your #1 Orthodontist in OKC, Moore, Shawnee & Norman!
At Sky Ortho, we look forward to creating beautiful, healthy smiles in a fun and comfortable environment. Come on in!
Orthodontist For Your Little Ones
Giggles and grins at the dentist's office? It happens here at Sky Ortho- your pediatric orthodontics in OKC, Moore, Shawnee & Norman!
Orthodontist For Teens
Think your life is too crazy for braces? See why Dr. Larson is the #1 Orthodontist in Oklahoma City, Moore, Shawnee & Norman, and how she can make it work.
Orthodontist For Adults
It's never too late to enjoy the smile of your dreams! Call us for an appointment with Dr. Larson- Your Oklahoma City, Moore, Shawnee & Norman Orthodontist.
Little smiles make a big difference - for life! Let Sky Ortho help make that difference in Oklahoma City, Moore, Shawnee & Norman.
Speedy and aesthetic treatment options for teens on-the-go! Visit or give Sky Ortho a call to learn more today!
Healthy, beautiful smiles at any age - This is our specialty! Call us to find out more about Invisalign in Oklahoma City.
Reveal Your Winning Smile in 2018 at Sky Ortho
There is no time like the present to stop frowning and light up your future with a winning smile from Sky Ortho. Thanks to the latest technology and 0% financing, Sky Ortho is doing everything possible to ensure that no one in Oklahoma City, Shawnee or surrounding communities must go without a perfect smile. Whether you need dental alignment or restoration, no matter your age, Dr. Priscilla Larson is ready to help you have the smile of your dreams.
University Studies Support the Importance of a Winning Smile in Social, Romantic, Career and Political Pursuits
Why is a winning smile important? No matter what the nature of our interactions, we are initially judged by our smile. Subconsciously we know this and many of us, especially teens, feel self-conscious about chipped, stained, missing or miss-aligned teeth.
Crooked or discolored teeth might prevent you from smiling freely or cause you to put a hand over your mouth when you laugh. If you’d like to improve your smile and make it shine, Dr. Larson can help you achieve your goals.
When it comes to cosmetically improving your smile, the options are nearly endless. From teeth whitening to alignment and braces, whatever you dream for your smile, your orthodontist can make a reality.
A Winning Smile Will Improve Your Health
When our teeth and gums are healthier, we have fewer dental infections, plus our risk for diabetes, heart disease, and respiratory disease are also lower.
When our teeth are misaligned, plaque and gum disease form. Bacteria from your mouth can travel through the bloodstream to the organs in your body, including brain tissue, muscles, and joints, resulting in inflammation. As inflammation grows, your body produces cholesterol to form a wall against inflammation. Cholesterol, also known as plaque, in the organs and blood vessels can result in long-term health issues.
The leading cause of heart disease, diabetes, kidney and liver problems is gum disease. Gum disease also links to cancer. Eight years ago, the US Office of Women’s Health, stated that breast cancer was more prevalent among women with gum disease.
The Financial Benefits of a Healthy Smile
There few investments that will have a better long-term return than the investment you make in your smile. It saves you on medical costs over the years and improve your longevity and therefore your earning potential. Plus, studies have shown that candidates with the healthier smile will land the better accounts, get the best job offers, get elected over other candidates, sell faster than competitors, and get more promotions at work. In general, a healthy smile boosts your confidence, and that improves your performance.
Turn your braces into an interactive experiences when you sign up for the Sky Ortho app! Search for our Sky Ortho icon and find interactive videos, cool ways to care for your braces, fun stuff to eat that won’t hurt your hardware and other special goodies we have waiting for you.
This AR (augmented reality) app is just what the doctor ordered…Dr. Larson, that is. Download the Sky Ortho AR app and scan your new patient paperwork to learn all about your braces, Invisalign and accelerated orthodontics. We’ll even teach you how to take care of simple orthodontic emergencies.
The team at Sky Ortho is dedicated to making your fabulous teeth and best health as painless as possible, and they put their hearts into making every visit a great experience. Orthogogo with our Sky Ortho app. Download it now.
Cultivating a family kitchen garden is a wonderful way to teach young children healthy eating when it comes to good teeth foods. What are good teeth foods? According to family orthodontist Dr. Priscilla Larson of Sky Ortho in Moore and Shawnee, they are foods that contribute to the growth of strong bones and teeth, and support dental maintenance.
This is especially good during the summer months when kids have more time to focus on a project, and the entire family is looking for cool, refreshing treats. Continue reading
Making the decision about when to see a dentist or an orthodontist can be confusing. There is really no need to decide
which is better orthodontist or dentist. It really just depends on your needs.
When a doctor studies orthodontics, they first become a dentist. Then they study orthodontics, defined as the treatment of irregularities in the teeth and jaws, including the use of braces. Continue reading
More than just a beautiful smile
Did you know that straighter teeth have long-lasting health effects? Sure it’s great to have that fantastic smile. One you want to flash whenever you can. But did you know that having straight teeth can help in other ways? Here are a few.
When your teeth are properly aligned, it aids in helping gums “fit tighter around them.” which may lead to better periodontal health. When Patients can brush and floss normally, it allows for better cleaning and overall tooth and gum health. It also reduces the chance for tooth decay and periodontal disease.
A very common question we are asked often is, what is not too young or when is the best time to start treatments? The easiest way to measure is after your child has lost their primary teeth and the permanent teeth are growing in. This is when many of the indicators present themselves. It may be a lack of jaw space which could lead to overcrowding teeth. This often results in an overbite or cross bite, resulting in a malocclusion.
Age seven is generally a good age to visit an orthodontist. It is typically a good age to spot indicators of what you may anticipate when the rest of the permanent teeth finally start to erupt through the gums.
According to the American Association of Orthodontists, 20% of new patients are adults. Which is probably why we are often asked about Invisalign. How does Invisalign work? The short and simple answer is, it is a sequence of several aligners custom made for each individual that accomplishes this goal.
When physiologic forces are applied in a given desired direction, teeth move. It doesn’t matter whether these forces are applied as the “pull” of archwires (braces) or the “push” of aligners (Invisalign). While there are a few movements that the pull of archwires can biomechanically accomplish better than Invisalign – such as eruption of an impacted tooth, there are many more movements that Invisalign can perform better, precisely due to the infinite number of tooth contacts. Continue reading