Coronavirus  Update


 In accordance with State of Ohio regulations set in place due to the Coronavirus we are temporarily unable to see patients.   At this time we are unsure of when we will be permitted to reopen. If you have an appointment scheduled for this week you should have received an email and/or text message with more information. 

A staff member is available to handle TRUE ORTHODONTIC EMERGENCIES and answer your calls from 8 am to 4 pm Monday through Thursday.

For our Invisalign patients, you may call our office to arrange a pickup of additional aligners so you can continue treatment without interruption.

In the best interest of our employees, their families and the community as a whole, we ask that anyone who has been exposed to or had had Flu-like symptoms or illness to postpone visiting the office for any reason for a minimum of 14 days from being symptom-free. If you have traveled outside the US, we also ask that you postpone visiting the office until you have returned with 14 symptom-free days.

We appreciate your trust in our practice and promise to keep your safety our number one priority during this unprecedented time.

Welcome to Our Practice!

At Lamont Jacobs Orthodontics, you will notice a difference the moment you walk through our doors. From our welcoming front staff to our friendly and nurturing assistants, we treat each patient like we would our own family. We believe that braces and orthodontic treatment shouldn’t be scary – and that is why we are delighted to explain each step and offer alternative orthodontic solutions, such as Invisalign.

Since 1966, we have been providing exceptional (and fun!) orthodontic care to the Fairfield community. And for your convenience, we also have a second location in Oxford. Dr. Jacobs and his staff are known for meeting each individual patient’s needs with compassion, using the latest orthodontic technology.

We would love for you to visit us! Contact us for an appointment and let us show you how we can help you achieve a beautiful smile! 

Early Treatment

Parents, we recommend that your child receive his/her first orthodontic screening by the age 7. By starting treatment early, we are able to recognize potential problems.

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Phase II and Adolescent Treatment

Between the ages of 11 and 15 is the most common time for orthodontic treatment because most of the permanent teeth are in place.

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