The orthodontist is well educated in his work but doesn't understand that his usual lower middle class clients cannot afford some treatments after signing a vague contract transitioning them to general orthodontics.
As a patient of 2 yrs i was scarred from a 1cm uncut wire that left my cheek pierced..I was also undirected on how my rubber bands were to be put on..resulting in an under bite.but soon fixed...I believe 2 yrs was not enough to fix the damages done.
After the contract..my temporary invisaligns intensified my already swollen gums..after taking them off, my retainers were made and did not result to my expectations.
After my check-up, the $400.00 fee for a new pair of retainers to correct my teeth again was unmentioned in the contract......but a nice and understanding retainer specialist understood my situation and reformed my current retainers and my teeth now are fine.....i however paid $50.00, a cheaper and more affective procedure that was unmentioned yet again under the contract.
I lost trust in Dr. Richard I. Lyons, he is juggling too many patients to focus on each individual and unique case.