Welcome to Warsaw Orthodontics

Dr. Emily Watson and the team at Warsaw Orthodontics have years of experience creating beautiful, healthy smiles. We look forward to helping you along your orthodontic journey, from your complimentary consultation to the final reveal of your new smile!
Early Orthodontics

Learn why it’s easier to fix some issues starting as early as age two or three

The Big Three

Lip seal, tongue posture, and nasal breathing combine for a healthy smile

Paying for Treatment

Our goal is to makes braces and Invisalign affordable for every family's budget


Discover this convenient, removable orthodontic treatment that's perfect for all ages

Meet the top orthodontist in Warsaw, Dr. Emily Watson

At Warsaw Orthodontics, patient relationships come first. We view our patients as family and treat them accordingly.

Our job is about more than straightening teeth; it is about creating healthier smiles. Dr. Watson’s attention to detail is evident in every aspect of our patient’s customized orthodontic treatment plans. Our treatment philosophy utilizes growth appliance treatments. By starting treatment at a young age, our goal is to prevent or offset later treatment.

We love making a difference in people’s lives and serving the community we live in. Creating healthier smiles and improving patient confidence is the most rewarding part of our work, and we are excited to be a part of your orthodontic journey.

Orthodontic Treatments We Offer

As the most comprehensive orthodontic office in Warsaw, we offer many different treatment options, from traditional metal braces for teens and adults to growth appliance treatment for kids.

We also use several types of Invisalign to treat mild to severe orthodontic issues, including Invisalign Full, Invisalign Lite, Invisalign Express, and Invisalign Teen.

We are proud to be one of the few orthodontists in the Midwest to offer treatment plans that incorporate myofunctional therapy for children as young as two or three. This type of therapy addresses muscle patterns and postures of the facial muscles that will ultimately affect their oral development.