With over 29 years of knowledge, Drs. Bruce and Gabriel Ollins, as well as our professional team supply orthodontic treatment, with an emphasis on facial aesthetics in a warm and caring environment. We aim to make your time with us efficient and effective with cutting edge equipment and techniques, including The Damon TM System and Invisalign treatment as well as a paperless, computerized office.

Contact Details

  City Nutley, NJ
  Zip Code 07110
  Address 653 Franklin Avenue
  Phone Number (973) 667-0771

From Our Website

Crafting a smile goes beyond just straightening teeth. We take our work personally by matching our passion with the latest technology to create smiles that stand out.

With 50 years experience and an office with state of the art technology, we're ahead of the curve and committed to giving you outstanding and efficient results.

Our team is an essential part of your experience at Ollins Orthodontics. From your first phone call through the day your braces come off, our team is here for our patients and their families. Our highly-trained staff works side by side with our doctors to help create beautiful Ollins Orthodontics smiles.

Once you finish your treatment, retainers are an essential part of maintaining your beautiful Ollins Ortho smile. Unfortunately, teeth can move and shift over time if you don't wear your retainer on a nightly basis (at least) indefinitely. The amount your teeth can shift can vary from patient to patient, which is why all orthodontists recommend retainers. When it comes to choices for retainers, we believe in fixed retainers in addition to traditional removable retainers. Removable retainers are ones that you can remove which may lead to compliance issues over time.

By brushing and flossing regularly, you'll keep your teeth and gums in top condition and ensure that your orthodontic treatment will deliver the healthiest smile possible. When your braces come off, you'll see that your extra efforts have been rewarded with a healthy, great-looking smile that's good for life! Failure to spend a little extra time on caring for your braces can result in white spots on your teeth once the braces are removed, an unsightly condition that no one wants! A successful orthodontic treatment and a healthy and beautiful smile is the result of a team effort among you, our doctors, and your family dentist.

You've taken a big step by having braces put on, and you're now officially on the path towards a healthy, beautiful smile. It's an exciting time, but it also comes with a bit of a learning curve. As you get used to your new orthodontic treatment, you may need to make a few adjustments, but it'll become second nature before you know it. Brushing your teeth properly is an essential part of your treatment. Not only do you want to avoid puffy gums, cavities, and white spots on your teeth, treatment moves much more quickly and leads to a better result when the teeth and gums are healthy.

Invisalign are clear acrylic aligners designed to straighten your teeth. They fit over your teeth, but they're removable, making it easier to eat, drink, brush and floss. To begin, we'll take photos and X-rays to create a 3-D image of your mouth. We make your first set of custom-fitted aligners from these images, and then you begin the process of straightening your teeth. You'll achieve a great smile with little interference in your daily life; you can still eat and drink what you want. With removable aligners, you're still able to brush and floss normally to maintain healthy gums and teeth.

Ceramic braces are clear, tooth-colored braces that come in colored braces, esthetic braces, or even porcelain braces. They work the same way as traditional metal braces and offer a cosmetic alternative to the metal by using clear brackets. They're the same shape and size, but far less noticeable when paired with clear, white, or tooth-colored wires and elastic ties. Although they're less noticeable, ceramic braces can be less durable than metal braces, and also more costly. Ceramic braces are the perfect braces for anyone who don't want their braces to stand out and don't want to keep up with aligners.