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We offer Braces, Invisalign, Clear Olson Aligners and Esthetic Braces for Children and Adults.

Clear Braces

An esthetic option for treatment but are unable to treat with Invisalign or Olson Aligners.

Traditional Braces

Traditional metal braces are the most common method of treatment for straightening teeth.

Invisalign & Olson Aligners

Custom-made clear plastic aligners that are nearly invisible, and can be removed prior to eating or during special occasions.

Why Choose Us?

Advanced Diagnostics Excellent Patient Care Always Beautiful Smiles

Olson Orthodontics strives to be the best! We will work tirelessly to serve our patients with care and compassion.  Our team believes in the importance of patient education and promise to speak candidly about your treatment options and progress whether it's Braces, Invisalign or Clear Aligners. 

Financial options that work with your budget.

We participate with most dental insurances.

There is more than one way to move teeth.

Clear Aligners Don't Always Cut it.


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From Our Office 

Scientists have studied the ideal amount of time to dunk an Oreo in milk

Milk and cookies go together like peanut butter and jelly, salt and pepper. According to scientists, there is a right way and wrong way to dunk a cookie in milk. In 1998 a scientist at the University of Bristol in the U.K.,  developed the ideal method for dunking a British biscuit (aka a cookie) into a drink, using the concept of capillary…

3 Interesting (and Weird) Facts About Dentistry

1. Tooth Enamel Is the Hardest Substance in the Human Body. Move over, bones! The outer layer protecting our teeth is the hardest thing in our bodies. The next layer down, dentin, is also stronger than bone. Maintaining the health of your teeth and enamel daily and during your orthodontic treatment is essential. Unlike bones,…

Dentists Helped Invent Cotton Candy!

Fun Fact: Cotton Candy is a dentist’s creation.  A dentist named William J. Morrison, born 1860, was president of the Tennessee State Dental Association in 1894 and something of a polymath and dabbler.  In 1897, Morrison and his fellow Nashville confectioner, John C. Wharton, collaborated on an “electric candy machine,” which received a patent two years…

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2206 East Market Street

York, PA 17402

Phone : 717-755-1233

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Our Hours

MONDAY: 11:00-6:00

TUESDAY: 8:30- 5:00

WEDENSDAY:  8:30-5:00

THURSDAY: 7:30-3:30

FRIDAY: Emergencies Only