Dr. Amanda Gallagher welcomes patients of all ages at her Nottingham (Perry Hall) and Abingdon, Maryland offices. Our expertise and commitment to our patients is what makes us stand out. Whether you are a child, teen or adult we have treatment options for all ages. On your first visit to our office we will conduct a comprehensive exam to adequately assess the best course of action for your orthodontic care. This assessment includes X-rays and photographs and also a conversation with Dr. Gallagher about your treatment goals. Some of the treatments we commonly discuss with patients include:
Invisalign, Invisalign Teen, Clear Braces, INBRACE (Hidden/Lingual Braces) and Traditional Metal Braces
The early pre-teen to teen years are a great time to start full braces or Invisalign since all permanent teeth are erupted. Some patients may have already had a previous phase of treatment (Phase 1) and are ready for Phase 2, or some patients may just be starting treatment for the first time.
Invisalign - Your Clear Alternative to Braces
An Invisalign Platinum Provider, Dr. Gallagher is an expert in improving smiles with the more esthetic options that many teens and adults prefer. Using a system of clear, computer generated aligners that are custom made specifically per Dr. Gallagher’s treatment plan, Invisalign straightens teeth gradually without the use of visible brackets. One major advantage of Invisalign is that these aligners are all removable so there is no limitation on what you can eat or drink and brushing and flossing is much easier than it is with braces.
MEET DR. GALLAGHER WHETZEL
Dr. Amanda Gallagher Whetzel was born and raised in Reading, Pennsylvania and attended James Madison University in Virginia where she received degrees in Health Services Administration and Business. While at James Madison, Dr. Gallagher played women’s varsity field hockey and received Division I Academic-Athlete honors. She received her Doctor in Dental Medicine (DMD) degree from Temple University School of Dentistry in Philadelphia, PA and graduated at the top of her dental school class with Summa Cum Laude recognition, was inducted into the Omicron Kappa Upsilon honorary dental society, and received the Herbert G. Lampson, M.D. Award for the most outstanding senior woman student.
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT!
We offer free initial consultations for all new patients! For those who are as excited as we are to start your journey toward a more beautiful smile, we also offer same day braces! Any patient who wishes to begin treatment with Invisalign, clear or metal braces may start the same day as their consultation!
You can schedule your appointment by giving us a call at our Nottingham or Abingdon location, 410-256-2044, or contacting us via email by clicking here. We look forward to meeting you in our office!
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AG Ortho is excited to share a new wings mural on its Perry Hall office building! Painted by well-known interactive street artist Kelsey Montague, the mural is part of the artist’s #WhatLiftsYou campaign.
Kelsey Montague has created over 300 murals across the country and world. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Entertainment Weekly, USA Today and on Good Morning America and Country Music Television (CMT), among others. Kelsey has also partnered with a variety of companies featuring her art including GAP, Guess, VANS, Starbucks and Universal Studios.
After discovering and posing with one of Kelsey’s murals in New York City, Taylor Swift recently commissioned Kelsey to create a mural in Nashville to promote her recent single “ME!”. Not long after finishing that piece, Kelsey traveled to Baltimore and after painting AG Ortho’s mural, left for Europe to create pieces in Scotland, Ireland and Paris.
AG Ortho welcomes everyone to visit, take photos and to share! To learn more and see more of the artist's work, please visit @kelseymontagueart and @agortho on Instagram or on FaceBook!
Photo Courtesy of Desiree Ortman Photography
Meet our new friend
iTero Element 2
iTero Element 2 enables the doctor to take a 3D digital scan of the patient's teeth and bite, make adjustments in real time, and transmit the file wirelessly for processing.