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Dear Neighbor,

I consider it a great privilege to educate and create amazing smiles. At our practice we are committed to providing the absolute best in orthodontics in an enthusiastic, friendly environment. Our philosophy is to serve you, that’s why we offer various types of treatment and flexible payment options.

It’s truly amazing the advancements that have occurred in recent years for orthodontic treatment. The timelines are shorter and results more precise.. Your smile is a critical part of your character and your health. If you’re not satisfied with your smile or unsure if you need orthodontic care, I want to provide you a no-obligation consultation. Our free comprehensive exam includes digital x-rays and a smile analysis.

If you don’t catch me in the office, you might see me out enjoying the outdoors while surfing, fishing, or kite-boarding with my wife and 4 children.

Thank you for your consideration and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me or request an appointment

Dr. Reese or 843-573-7279


This guide will help you understand the types of treatment available today and the benefits of each. It’s important you be well educated when making this decision. This free download will explain in detail what is available today so you can make the best decision for you or your loved one.


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What age should my child see an Orthodontist?

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