Thank You for Voting Us Best Orthodontist in NE Tarrant County!


Dr. Cameron Jolley and the Jolley Orthodontics team are honored to have been voted best orthodontist in Northeast Tarrant County by the Living Magazine Best Of Readers' Choice in 2023. We would like to thank our patients, community and all voters for your support!

Meet Dr. Cameron Jolley

Dr. Jolley is a Board Ceritified Orthodontist who graduated from the top of his class at Nova Southeastern University School of Dental Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He then continued his education with the Orthodontic Specialty Program at the University of Washington in Seattle. He is originally from Vernal, Utah but has settled in Texas with his wife, Angela, and their two children. When Dr. Jolley is...

Fun Facts About Orthodontics


Welcome to the world of orthodontics with Dr. Cameron Jolley at Jolley Orthodontics! We've put together five fun facts about orthodontics that might just surprise you. So, get ready to dive into this fascinating realm and explore the exciting process of straightening teeth.

1. Crooked Teeth: An Age-Old Story

Did you know that people have had crooked teeth since the days of our ancient ancestors? Even Egyptian mummies have been found with metal bands around their teeth, while Greek philosopher Hippocrates mentioned "irregularities" in teeth around 400 BCE. Fast forward to 1728, French dentist Pierre Fauchard wrote about orthodontic appliances in his groundbreaking book on dentistry, The Surg...

Different Types of Bites


Straight teeth are something that everyone would love to have. However, did you know that orthodontic treatment can do more than just straighten your teeth? Correcting your bite is just as important as straightening your teeth. Read below to fine out why!

What Does "Bite" Mean?

When we talk about bite, we don't mean like the kind you get from a dog - or even getting a bite to eat. In orthodontics, "bite" refers to the way that your teeth fit together. The way that your upper and lower teeth fit when your mouth is closed is called occlusion. An incorrect bite or the misalignment of teeth is called a malocclusion. In most cases, a malocclusion is hereditary, and they are very common.

Improper Bit...

What You Can and Can’t Eat with Braces


If you’re new to braces or scheduled to get traditional metal braces soon, chances are you’re thinking about what foods you’ll be able to eat. Good news! There are tons of brace-friendly foods that you can enjoy throughout your treatment. It’s true that there are some foods that you’ll need to avoid. However, the list of what you CAN eat is a lot, lot longer than what you can’t.

Foods to Avoid

Unfortunately, there are some foods that can cause your braces damage. Broken wires or brackets can delay treatment time, meaning you will have your braces on longer than planned. Damaging your braces may also physically hurt. That’s why we want to warn patien...

Why Are Straight Teeth Important?


Did you know that there is more behind a straight smile than just the appearance? It is common to think that patients want straight teeth just for the look of a beautiful smile. However, straight teeth can help your overall health as well! Although orthodontics is often considered cosmetic, there are many situations where it can be medically neccesary to avoid serious medical concerns.

Straight Teeth are Easier to Keep Clean

One of the biggest reasons to have orthodontic treatment is because straight teeth are usually healthier teeth. When teeth are crowded or crooked, there are more opportunities for bacteria to build up and places for plaque to hide or be missed when brushing and flossing. ...

Staff Is Amazing and Friendly


"Highly recommend! Staff is amazing and friendly! Bringing my daughter there as soon as she's ready." ~Chris A.

Feels Like Home

Dr. Cameron Jolley and the Jolley Orthodontics Team love to see reviews come in from our patients about their experiences in our office. It is important to us that every person that walks through our doors feels like they are a part of our family. We strive to provide exceptional customer service and to always go above and beyond. We are truly here for you, our patients.

Smiles for Everyone
We are excited to hear that Chris will be bringing their daughter into the "Jolley Approved Smile" club as soon as she is ready. We provide smiles for everyone in the family and trea...

Can You Be Too Old for Braces?


Many people think only of teenagers or even younger children when they think of braces. We get it. It is a pretty accurate assumption that a lot of our patients are kids, but there is a good chance you underestimate the number of adults in treatment. You may think that a person can be “too old” for braces, but that is not the case!

Reasons for Adult Braces

There are lots of good reasons that an adult may choose to seek out orthodontic treatment. The first is that they want a more aesthetically pleasing look for their smile. We see patients who never had braces, but have always been self-conscious about their smiles. We also see patients who had braces as kids, but their teeth have...

How to Best Care for Your Retainers


Orthodontic treatment is an investment that will last a lifetime! Retainers are a key part of maintaining your new beautiful smile. Here are our best tips and tricks to avoid losing, breaking, or causing your retainer to not fit anymore.

The Perfect Fit

Did you know that your teeth keep moving throughout your lifetime? It is true! Our teeth, like our entire bodies, are continuing to change throughout our lifetime. This means that even after orthodontic treatment changes in your tooth alignment may occur if retainers are not worn as prescribed by Dr. Jolley. If you forget to wear your retainer for even just a few days those slight movements can affect the fit of your retainer. This is why it ...

Should You Brush or Floss First?


Which came first, the chicken or the egg? No one can say for sure, but one thing we do know is that when it comes to brushing and flossing, there’s definitely one that should be done before the other. You may be surprised to know that according to studies, flossing should be your first step!

Floss First!

It has been proven that flossing before you brush is the best way to get your teeth thoroughly clean and remove the most plaque. Flossing before brushing also allows for better fluoride concentration from toothpaste, which helps make the enamel stronger and more resistant to decay.

Why is it Beneficial?

By flossing before brushing, you knock out food particles loose that are stuck in bet...

Should you still wear your retainer if it feels tight?


You have finally gotten your braces off! Congratulations and welcome to your new beautiful smile. Wearing your retainer as directed is the absolute best way to make sure your teeth don’t shift or move over time. Here is the thing… just because you are out of braces, does not mean that your orthodontic journey is quite over. Unfortunately, teeth can and will shift as we age. Sometimes it is barely noticeable and other times it can be significant. The good news is that keeping your newly straightened smile in good shape is easy.

We know that getting used to wearing your retainer can take some time. Check out the following information to help you figure out how.

My Retainer Feels ...