Welcome to the office of Dr. Roy Gonzalez, Jr. and Dr. Roy R. Gonzalez, a steady presence in orthodontics in San Antonio, Texas for two generations. We believe that orthodontics is one of the most important investments you can make for your overall dental, medical and psychological well-being.
Crooked teeth are difficult to clean and susceptible to decay, while straight teeth are not. Straight teeth are also less likely to have gum disease or gum inflammation, which is important because both have been linked to heart disease.
After treatment, patients with straight teeth are more self-confident and have improved self-esteem—a healthy smile improves your outlook on life. Our office is an informal one, where we hope a real friendship will develop between you, the doctors and our staff. We want you to ask questions and let us know what we can do to make your visit more comfortable.
Our practice’s top priority is to provide you the highest quality orthodontic care in a friendly, caring environment. Dr. Gonzalez works closely with your general dentist and any additional specialists to ensure a coordinated approach to your treatment.
We utilize the latest technological advances in the industry, such as Invisalign® and invisible/clear brackets along with the latest in computer technology (digital low-radiation X-rays and advanced computer graphics) to ensure that you receive the most effective care possible. To help give you the best quality appliances at the lowest possible cost, our office features a complete orthodontic laboratory with a full-time technician.
We recognize that every patient has different needs, and we pride ourselves on the courteous service we deliver to each person who walks through our doors. Whether you’re an adult, teenager, or child, our knowledgeable doctors and staff are committed to helping you achieve the healthy, beautiful smile you deserve! Combining the wide range of skills and experience of both doctors assures that your treatment will be the best possible. The doctors are skilled not only in treating conventional patients, but also in treating those patients with facial and growth abnormalities, such as cleft palate and many other developmental syndromes.