Free Virtual Consultation

At Gardner Orthodontics

Start your smile journey with Gardner Orthodontics, an expert orthodontic practice who understands your life.

Learn if you’re a candidate for treatment from your phone. Dr. Thomas Gardner will assess your smile and let you know if treatment is right for you.

First, you'll start by telling us a little about yourself. Then, you'll snap a few pictures of your teeth.

How it Works

Step 1:

Take 8 pictures of your smile from these angles. We advise you take these pictures sitting down.

You’ll need another person to take the pictures because you will need both hands. If you can’t use your fingers to get these angles, try using a spoon.

photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile
photo of smile

Need help taking photos?

Step 2:
Once you've taken your photos, please complete the form below or text all eight pictures along with what you would like to correct with orthodontic treatment to (904) 297-8144.

  • Drop files here or
    Max. file size: 50 MB, Max. files: 8.

    Step 3:
    You’re finished! Dr. Gardner will review your case and contact you once he has a tentative treatment plan for you.


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