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13 Center St., Gulf Breeze, FL 32561

This office is closest to patients who live in Gulf Breeze Proper, Tiger Point, and Navarre.

The Gulf Breeze office is within walking distance from Gulf Breeze elementary, middle and high school, across the street from Chick-Fil-a.

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  • 13 Center St., Gulf Breeze, FL 32561
  • 850-477-7715
  • Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm

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My family has called Gulf Breeze home for almost 70 years. My grandfather opened a Pharmacy in the 1950’s that was the best place to visit when living in Gulf Breeze or traveling to Pensacola Beach. There was a Soda Fountain, personalized medication, and a friendly face every day. I am so grateful to have returned to my hometown and practice orthodontics in Gulf Breeze.

Our office is located across the street from Chick-Fil-a and next door to the Gulf Breeze Methodist Church. It is a quick five minute walk from Gulf Breeze Elementary, Middle, and High Schools and a five to 15 minute drive from Oriole Beach Elementary School and Holley-Navarre Primary and Intermediate Schools. This location is very convenient for our Gulf Breeze Proper, Pensacola Beach, Tiger Point, and Navarre patients.

I look forward to treating many of my childhood friends, my neighbors, and getting to know all the new people who move to the area.

Fun Tip: We can put braces on and take panoramic x-rays at the Gulf Breeze Office. Our software is stored on the Cloud which makes it extremely secure and allows us to pull up your info at any of our offices!

Fun Fact: You may see Dr. Sims shopping at Publix, eating at one of his favorite places (Shaun Kishi, Taco Rock, or Rotolos) or walking his dogs along the sidewalk. Dr. Zieman was also Dr. Sims dentist growing up.

Orthodontic Services Offered at Our Gulf Breeze Location

Here are some highlights of treatments available at our office.

Invisalign

Looking for a straighter smile but can’t bear the thought of wearing traditional metal braces? Invisalign may be a good option for you. The Invisalign aligners are removable and virtually invisible, which means you can straighten your teeth without anyone knowing! Plus, Dr. Sims is a board-certified Invisalign Premier Provider, which means he has achieved a significant level of experience in treating patients with the Invisalign system. Learn More About Invisalign.

Adolescent Treatment

The most common age for braces is between 11-years-old and 15-years-old. This is usually the perfect time for treatment because children at this age are growing rapidly, and we can take advantage of these growth spurts to help shape the bite and teeth correctly.

Adult Treatment

Braces aren’t just for kids anymore! Orthodontic treatment later in life can drastically improve your personal appearance and self-esteem, as well as the health of your teeth and gums. If you are experiencing gum and/or bone loss, tooth decay, abnormal wear of tooth enamel and tooth surfaces, headaches, or jaw (TMJ/TMD) pain, this may be a result of crooked teeth or a bad bite. That’s where we come in!

Two-Phase Treatment

Two-phase orthodontic treatment is a specialized process that combines tooth straightening and physical facial changes. Sims Orthodontics in Pensacola, Florida uses the two-phase treatment to give children the healthiest, most functional, and most beautiful result, which will remain stable throughout their lives.

Surgical Orthodontics

For most patients, orthodontic treatment can be provided without any need for surgery. However, in more severe cases, corrective surgical treatment may be the best option to help you achieve the results you want and deserve. If you suffer from jaw bone abnormalities, bite abnormalities, or malocclusion (the abnormal alignment of the upper and lower teeth), Sims Orthodontics can help answer your questions about surgical treatment and refer you to the best surgeon in town.

Retention

Getting your braces taken off is cause for celebration, and all of us at Sims Orthodontics certainly commend you for reaching this important milestone in your orthodontic treatment! However, orthodontic treatment does not end when the braces are removed. At this point, you begin the retention stage of your treatment, and your final orthodontic result will depend on your retainers.