Saint Louis Orthodontist
777 S. New Ballas Rd., Suite 116E
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141 US
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57 Yr Old, Trying to Stay Ahead of the Aging Curve and Potential Dental Problems - Saint Louis, MO

Really like the friendly professional atmosphere. While in the office all of the staff members acknowledge you and say hello, whether they are entering the reception room to get another patient or you pass them in the hall. I've never experienced that in a Dr. office before. I also really like that they work as a team and their communication is impecable. Explanations are very thourough and...

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$60. Your initial appointment will consist of a thorough examination and a discussion of potential treatment options.While we can often answer these general questions about treatment during the initial examination, we will address specific areas after careful analysis of the diagnostic records.


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BS in Neurobehavioral Biology, Emory University, 2002
    Dental: DMD, University of Louisville, 2006
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Residency: MS in Oral Biology, Certificate of Orthodontics, University of Louisville, 2008

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Who Makes the Treatment Plan, the Dentist or the Invisalign Company?

Invisalign will send back to the treating doctor an initial "clincheck" or working model of how the predict the teeth lining up and the bite... READ MORE

IPR Needed for Invisalign?

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Invisalign and TMJ

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Is It Normal for Spaces to Be Created by Braces?

The initial, light wire that goes into your mouth for braces is meant to expand your arches. If you think about your dental arches as a circle, if you... READ MORE

Can Invisalign Cause Bite Problems?

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Do I Need Retainers After Invisalign Even Though I'm 17?

In our practice, we generally tell our patients to wear their retainers for one year full time, then to bed lifetime. Your teeth are in the most... READ MORE

How Necessary is It to Correct a Crossbite Before Starting Invisalign?

Not all crossbites have to be corrected necessarily, either with braces or Invisalign. This really depends on the goals of treatment between you and... READ MORE

Is It Possible to Have Elastics Placed Inside of the Teeth With Invisalign?

For many patients, elastic wear is crucial to an excellent result with Aligner wear if their posterior bite is off. Elastics are generally worn off of... READ MORE

Will I Need to Have a Tooth or Teeth Pulled to Get Invisalign? (Photo)

Orthodontically, there are generally 3 ways to open space: pulling teeth, expanding the arches, or shaving between teeth. The decision on what to do,... READ MORE

Invisalign Causing Too Much Space

There are several examples as to why you would see some space open with Invisalign aligners. For examplme, if your doctor needs to remove some enamel... READ MORE

Before and After Photos by Dr. Moshiri

Mazyar Moshiri, DMD, MS has shared 2 before and after pictures with 8 helpful votes from the RealSelf community.

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