Dr. Quoc Lu

Dr. Quoc Lu

About Dr. Quoc Lu

Born with a love of art, Dr. Quoc Lu enjoyed drawing through much of his childhood. Surrounded by computers, Dr. Lu also dove into the engineering and architecture design aspects of computer science. He believes that the study and practice of orthodontics involves both aesthetic design and empirical science in creating facial, skeletal, and dental harmony.

When Is Oral Surgery the Right Option?

Orthognathic surgery isn’t an option to be taken lightly. It’s a procedure only to be considered if you are a candidate, meaning that you have considerable problems due to your jaw structure. How do you know if oral surgery is the right option for you? Consider talking to your dentist about the possibility of having [...]

By | April 14th, 2017|

Two-Phase Treatment: Orthodontics for Children

Two-phase treatment allows your orthodontist to ensure a positive result from treatment by creating the right circumstances for straight teeth and a flawless smile. While many wait until a child is a preteen or a teen to think about braces, this can lead to complications that cause a less than ideal result. Should Your Child Have [...]

By | March 31st, 2017|

Orthodontics for Adults: Spotlight on Damon Braces

Braces are usually viewed as a young person’s option. However, you shouldn’t have to be unhappy with your smile just because you didn’t receive orthodontic care as a youth; that’s why orthodontics for adults exists! In particular, we’re going to discuss the benefits of Damon Braces, a smart and discreet option. An article by Dr. [...]

By | February 28th, 2017|

Make Your Child’s Braces Fun with WildSmiles

While some children are excited to get braces and can’t wait, there are others that dread this event in their life! While braces have come a long way from the traditional “metal mouth”, most braces typically look and feel the same. Some orthodontists offer colorful bands, some don’t. Some offer ceramic or clear braces, but [...]

By | February 15th, 2017|

Stay Discrete with Lingual Braces

The term “invisible braces” usually means braces that are clear. They aren’t really invisible; they are just hard to see from a distance. The closest things to really invisible braces are made of metal and have silver color brackets like ordinary braces. The difference is that they go on the back of the teeth instead [...]

By | February 15th, 2017|