Your Journey to a Beautiful Smile Starts Here

Trosien Orthodontics has been providing top rated, affordable orthodontics to patients in Tracy for over 20 years!

The Trosien Difference

Hey there, future smile superstar! At Trosien Orthodontics, we’ve been on a mission since 2004 to make your journey to a stunning, healthy smile a fantastic one! Our incredible team is all about going above and beyond for you, because your happiness is our number one goal!

At Trosien Orthodontics, you can always expect:

Affordable payment options!

We offer flexible payment options and discounts to suit all budgets and needs. Making your dream smile a reality shouldn’t break the bank, so let’s find the perfect plan that works for you!

Latest and greatest technology

With over 23 years of experience as a certified orthodontist, Dr. Andrew Trosien is always one step ahead, using the latest innovations to improve your journey every step of the way. Using Lightforce custom 3D brackets to InBrace invisible braces to Invisalign custom clear aligners- you know you are getting the best of what is available.

Multilingual staff

¡Hola! Our amazing team is fluent in smiles and languages, including Spanish. Say adiós to language barriers and hello to a personalized, friendly experience!

An Exceptional Orthodontic Care Experience

Early Treatment

Did you know your child should see a board-certified specialist in orthodontics as early as the age of 7? Early orthodontic treatment may be beneficial for your child. We’ll create a personalized plan and keep a close eye on their dental growth, providing complimentary visits until they’re ready to get braces or aligners!

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Adult Treatment

It’s never too late to unleash your inner smile superstar! Over 40% of our patients are adults and we absolutely love witnessing your confidence soar throughout your orthodontic journey.  You are never too old to have the beautiful smile you’ve always wanted, and with our clear aligners, you can keep your transformation discreet!

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Clear Aligners (Invisalign)

Prepare to be amazed by the wonders of clear aligners, like Invisalign! These custom-made aligners are comfortable, removable, and practically invisible. You can enjoy your favorite foods with no restrictions, and the best part? We offer a range of clear aligner options that can save you precious time.

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Who says braces can’t be a total blast? Not us! At Trosien Orthodontics, we’ve got a whole arsenal of options tailored just for you. From traditional wires to ceramic and lingual options, we’ve got you covered. Oh, and here’s the best part: our custom colors can be switched up at every appointment, making your smile journey extra fun and fabulous!

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Meet Dr. Andrew Trosien

Dr. Andrew Trosien has been delighting patients for over 25 years in Mountain House, Patterson, Livermore, and the surrounding areas of Tracy. He loves transforming smiles and helping his patients become more confident every day! He attended the University of Michigan School of Dentistry for dental school, followed by the University of California, San Francisco, where he received his Certificate in Orthodontics and Master of Science in Oral Biology. He is a published author and currently teaches at the University of California, San Francisco.

A Dentist? An Orthodontist? What’s the Difference?

So, what’s the difference between a dentist and an orthodontist? They both care for your mouth and teeth, but what sets them apart?

A dentist is concerned with overall oral health. They treat decayed teeth (fillings) and usually provide services such as crowns, veneers or bonding to improve the appearance and function of teeth that have decayed or are misshapen or broken. General dentists are licensed to practice dentistry, and some states allow them to provide specialty care, even if they do not have formal post-dental school training in those specialty services.

An orthodontist is a specialist in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental and facial irregularities. Orthodontists spend 2-3 more years (or 3,700 hours) in university than dentists to become accredited specialists focused on the movement of teeth, jawbones, facial bones, and soft tissue.

Fast Facts:

  • All orthodontists are dentists, but only about 4% of dentists are orthodontists
  • Years of education: 4-year undergraduate degree + 4-year dental degree + additional 2-3 year graduate degree
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