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About Us

Welcome to Carter Orthodontic! With locations in Augusta, Georgia, and North Augusta and Aiken, South Carolina, we specialize in helping kids, teens and adults achieve a straight, beautiful smile by providing orthodontic solutions tailored to suit each patient’s lifestyle and personal preferences. Dr. David Carter and his staff offer comprehensive and advanced orthodontic care utilizing state-of-the-art appliances such as ceramic braces, the Damon System and Invisalign.

Dr. David is dedicated to providing quality service to his patients – this includes emergencies after business hours. Should you have an emergency after hours or during the weekend, please call 706-836-0818 and one of our staff members will call you back as soon as possible.

At our office, we are committed to providing our patients with the utmost in personal care. We thank you for your interest in our services and look forward to seeing you smile!


Meet Dr. David

David CarterD.M.D.


Dr. David has been a resident of Augusta since 1970. He is a graduate of Westminster High School, the University of Georgia and the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry. He also received his certificate of orthodontics from MCG. He holds dual appointments as associate clinical professor in the Department of Orthodontics, MCG School of Dentistry and the Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery, MCG School of Medicine. He is on the staff of MCG Hospitals and Clinics, University Hospital and Walton Rehabilitation Hospital.He is a member of the American Dental Association, the Southern Association of Orthodontists and the Eastern District Dental Society. He was also elected as a fellow in the World Federation of Orthodontists. He speaks nationally and internationally for Ormco and Invisalign. He is married to the former Linda Franks of Hilton Head Island, S.C. They have two sons, Brian and John. In 2009, “Dr. David” was invited to become a member of the nationally recognized Schulman Study Group. Known for innovation and leadership in the field of orthodontic care, the Schulman Study Group is a nationally recognized association of prominent orthodontic practices. This organization has developed over the last 30 years and encourages its orthodontic practice members to achieve levels of practice performance never before considered possible. Membership is extended exclusively by invitation to sustain the same high standard and offers participants access to new technology and opportunities for innovation and insight that they would not otherwise find. Schulman Study Group members share a commitment to exceptional patient care, quality of orthodontic experience, and continuing education.

Meet the team

CherylClinic Manager


Cheryl is our Clinical Manager over all our offices. She has been in the orthodontic field since 1981″ and with Carter Orthodontics since 1991. You never know what you will find her working on in our offices. Her experience, knowledge, and dedication to all aspects of Carter Orthodontics is greatly appreciated by all. ln her spare time Cheryl enjoys working in her yard and being outdoors.

NancySchedule Coordinator


Nancy has been working in the orthodontic field since the 1980′s.Over the years, Nancy has served in several capacities, including her time spent as a valuable member of our clinical staff. At this time, she acts as a patient coordinator, and is often the first point of contact for our new patients. Nancy’s wealth of clinical experience and her southern charm make her an indispensable part of our team, and a person you are sure to love speaking with at the front desk.
She is a avid reader, and enjoys mystery as her genre of choice. Nancy has 3 adult children, and enjoys being “Nina” to her 6 wonderful grandchildren.

BreaSchedule Coordinator


Brea, a native of NC, began her career in orthodontics in 2007, in Charlotte. She joined our practice in 2012, and serves as a treatment coordinator, working closely with the doctors to determine the most efficient, comfortable and affordable options for our patients interested in beginning treatment. Brea enjoy vacations with her husband and your son, at their beach home garden City, SC.

AmandaClinical Assistant


Amanda has been a clinical assistant rarith Carter Orthodontics since 2011. and also serves as the clinical manager for the Aiken office.
When she’s not working, Amanda stays busy with her two Great Danes, and Jack Russell Terrier.

AndreaClinical Assistant


Andrea has been a Clinical Technician with Carter Orthodontics for l-6 years. She is married to Kevin, they have 2 boys, Kile and Drew. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, shopping, and watching her boys play baseball.”I enjoy the interaction with our patients and meeting new people each day!”

AshleyClinical Assistant


AshleyClinical Assistant


Ashley is recent graduate of Augusta Technical College’s Dental Assisting program, from where she also received her associates degree in Early Childhood Development” The quality of Ashley’s work, as a clinical assistan! is a true testament to her commitment to patient care.While away from the office, she enjoys spending time at the lake, near her childhood home in Thompson, GA, with her husband and two young sons

MeaganClinical Assistant


Meagan has worked in the orthodontic field since 2006. She joined the Carter Orthodontic Team in 2O14 as an orthodontic assistant. Meagan and her husband John have two beautiful boys and their adopted doggie daughter Sadie. Meagan enjoys spending time with her family, and friends but has a knack for showing off her crazy side with her finger nail color and designs.

KimmieClinical Assistant


Kimmie is one of our newest Clinical Assistants. She started with Carter Orthodontics in 2014 and has been in the orthodontic field since 2013. She brings with her a calming ray of sunshine with her constant smiling and positive attitude” ln her spare time she enjoys hanging out with friends and family, being a volunteer with her church, and watching football (Go Cocks)

MichelleClinical Assistant


Michelle has been a Clinical Assistant with Carter Orthodontics since 2006. She is truly an asset to our team and patients with her easy going and caring attitude. Michelle loves to spend time with her family when she is not at work.


LondiLab Technician


Londi has worked for Carter Orthodontics since 2003. She was originally a clinical assistant until 2006, when she transferred over to being a full time lab technician. She enjoys creating different appliances for patients, especially the colorful retainers many kids ask for!

DaniInsurance Coordinator


Dani has been with Carter Orthodontics for 5 yrs. She started out driving the Brace Bus to schools in the Columbia County and Aiken County areas, picking up patients for their appointment and returning them school. For the past 2 1/2 yrs she has been the Insurance Coordinator, filing all insurance claims and working with our patients to get their claims paid. She is married to Tracy McDaniel of Appling, GA and has two grown children, Brynn and Bryce.

CindyTreatment Coordinator


Cindy is one of our Treatment Coordinators. She has been with earter Orthodontics since 1999 and assists the doctors with New Patient exams. Cindy originally babysat for Dr. David’s two sons before she became part of our team. She now has two sons of her own with husband Rod of 14 years”

TrygSterilization Coordinator


Trygve is our Patient Flow Coordinator. She came to Carter Orthodontics in June 2013 from a medicai billing background. Trygve is very outgoing and full of life. She’s always willing to lend a helping hand to the assistants to make their jobs easier. She is married to Michael and they have 3 children, Randy, Destinee, and Marc. ln her spare time she loves gardening and reading.
“I love watching the confidence grow as the smile they’ve always wanted becomes o reality”

KarenBrace Bus Driver- Insurance Coordinator


Karen is a Treatment Coordinator/ New Patient Liaison. She received her nursing degree from Augusta State University in 1995. Karen has been with Carter Orthodontics since 2004 and has worked in many aspects of orthodontics for 19 years. Karen has been married to her husband Eddie for 28 years and has 2 sons, Evan and Cole. She spends majority of her free time being a very busy lacrosse/hockey mom.



Kim is our Scheduling Coordinator and Marketing Specialist. She comes to our office with 16 years of marketing experience, and has been a tremendous asset to Carter Orthodontics . She blesses us and our patients with her sunshine smile and warm welcoming personality every day.


  • Early Treatment
  • Adolescent treatment
  • Types of braces
  • Invisalign®
  • Invisalign® Teen
  • Damon system
  • Retention
  • Orthognathic surgery

Early Treatment

When is the best time to begin orthodontics?

Though an orthodontist can enhance a smile at any age, there is an optimal time period to begin treatment. Beginning treatment at this time ensures the greatest result and the least amount of time and expense. The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that the initial orthodontic evaluation should occur at the first sign of orthodontic problems or no later than age 7. At this early age, orthodontic treatment may not be necessary, but vigilant examination can anticipate the most advantageous time to begin treatment.

What are the benefits of early orthodontic evaluation?

Early evaluation provides both timely detection of problems and greater opportunity for more effective treatment. Prudent intervention guides growth and development, preventing serious problems later. When orthodontic intervention is not necessary, an orthodontist can carefully monitor growth and development and begin treatment when it is ideal.

Why is age 7 considered the optimal time for screening?

By the age of 7, the first adult molars erupt, establishing the back bite. During this time, an orthodontist can evaluate front-to-back and side-to-side tooth relationships. For example, the presence of erupting incisors can indicate possible overbite, open bite, crowding or gummy smiles. Timely screening increases the chances for an incredible smile.

What are the advantages of interceptive treatment?

Some of the most direct results of interceptive treatment are:

  • Creating room for crowded, erupting teeth
  • Creating facial symmetry through influencing jaw growth
  • Reducing the risk of trauma to protruding front teeth
  • Preserving space for unerupted teeth
  • Reducing the need for tooth removal
  • Reducing treatment time with braces

Are you a candidate for orthodontic treatment?

Orthodontics is not merely for improving the aesthetics of the smile; orthodontic treatment improves bad bites (malocclusions). Malocclusions occur as a result of tooth or jaw misalignment. Malocclusions affect the way you smile, chew, clean your teeth or feel about your smile.

Why should malocclusions be treated?

According to studies by the American Association of Orthodontists, untreated malocclusions can result in a variety of problems. Crowded teeth are more difficult to properly brush and floss, which may contribute to tooth decay and/or gum disease. Protruding teeth are more susceptible to accidental chipping. Crossbites can result in unfavorable growth and uneven tooth wear. Openbites can result in tongue-thrusting habits and speech impediments.

Ultimately, orthodontics does more than make a pretty smile – it creates a healthier you.

Between the ages of 11 and 15 is the most common time for orthodontic treatment, and for good reasons. By 12, most if not all of the permanent teeth have erupted and are in place, and crooked teeth, gaps and bad bites can easily be detected. These problems will hardly ever correct themselves, so this is when most parents decide to seek orthodontic treatment.

This is also a good time for orthodontic treatment because many negative associations of braces are not present. Many children in this age range undergo orthodontic treatment, and children are very often able to be convinced to wear braces because they see their friends wearing them, too, and want to fit in.

Besides the benefits of fitting in with their friends, children at this age are growing rapidly, and orthodontists can usually take advantage of these growth spurts to help shape the bite and teeth correctly. And children at this age have high metabolisms, which can help shorten overall treatment time and reduce the discomfort of orthodontic treatment.

Metal Braces

Metal braces are the most common type. They are made of high-grade stainless steel. Today’s metal braces are smaller, more comfortable and more attractive.

Ceramic Braces

Ceramic braces are made of translucent (clear) material. They are most popular with adult patients, due to their cosmetic appeal. The only drawback to ceramic brackets are that they are more fragile, and the elastic ties can discolor between orthodontic visits.


The Invisalign System is a series of clear overlay templates—called aligners—that have been generated by computer simulation to gradually move the teeth. This system is available to adult patients with certain orthodontic bite problems. Ask us if you are a candidate for the Invisalign system.

Damon® Brackets

Damon® braces were invented by Dr. Dwight Damon. The Damon® bracket utilizes (sliding-door) technology known as “self-ligation” that allows the wire to slide back and forth within the bracket.

No elastic or steel ties are used with Damon® brackets. This technology creates less friction and results in greater comfort for the patient. In addition, Damon® braces often reduce both treatment time and the number of adjustments that are usually performed.

Invisalign® is the clear way to straighten teeth without braces, using aligners. Aligners are removable and virtually invisible, which means you can straighten your teeth without anyone knowing; and you can still eat and drink what you want. Also, you can brush and floss normally to maintain healthy gums and teeth; and there are no wires, metal or brackets to cause mouth abrasions.

Many of our patients had never considered traditional braces but are now happily and comfortably improving their smiles with Invisalign.

What is Invisalign?

  • Invisible way to straighten your teeth without braces.
  • Series of clear, removable, custom-made Aligners.
  • Uses no metal wires or brackets.
  • Custom-made for comfort.

How does Invisalign Work?

  • Wear each set of Aligners for about two weeks.
  • Remove only to eat, drink, brush and floss.
  • Your teeth will move gradually each week.
  • Visit us every 6-8 weeks.
  • Total treatment time averages 6-15 months.
  • Average number of Aligners is between 18 and 30.

If you want to learn more about Invisalign and how it works, please visit the Invisalign Homepage.


Invisalign Teen’s™ clear aligners are virtually invisible. You can always feel confident showing your smile, even while you’re wearing your aligners to straighten your teeth. No need to feel self conscious about attending prom, taking school photos, or any other day-to-day activity. Invisalign Teen aligners are custom built for you, it generally works without anyone else knowing you are in treatment.

Since the Invisalign Teen aligners are removable, you may take them out as needed as long as you are wearing them the prescribed number of hours each day. Additionally, you won’t have to worry about your aligners preventing you from playing sports or an instrument. As an added bonus, you can remove the aligners and eat whatever foods you want and you can brush and floss with ease.

The Invisalign Teen aligners are made from a lightweight plastic material and fit precisely in your mouth. Although you may occasionally experience slight discomfort wearing the product, you won’t have to worry about the constant irritation and inconvenience of metal and brackets.

Visit the Invisalign Teen web page.

The Damon® System is a new clinically proven treatment approach that aligns your teeth and enhances your facial aesthetics usually without extractions or rapid palatal expanders. It uses passive self-ligating braces that eliminate the need for elastic or metal “ties” and the high technology wires that move teeth faster require fewer adjustments.

With the Damon System, treatment time is typically shorter than with conventional braces. And shorter treatment time means fewer appointments and a beautiful smile..faster. You may be surprised at how fast.

Damon Braces VideoClick picture to view video

With the Damon System we can treat most cases without extractions. No one likes to have teeth removed, and a smile with a full display of teeth often produces a broader, natural smile and a nicer profile.

The days of having braces tightened are over. Damon System braces have a unique slide mechanism that reduces pressure on your teeth and allows them to move more comfortably to their correct positions. This revolutionary new approach to orthodontics ensures greater comfort throughout treatment.

Learn more about Damon System.

Retainer Care Instructions

Congratulations! You did it – you finally got your braces off. Enjoy your new Smile.

Here are a few instructions that you will need to take care of your retainers. Everyone that has their braces removed will receive retainers. There are different kinds of retainers. Please find the one that you have on the list below and read over the instructions so you will know how to take care of your retainer. If your retainer is removable, you were given a box to keep it in whenever you are not wearing it, use this box so your retainer doesn’t end up in a trash can. If you have a dog in your house, keep your retainer out of FIDO’S reach – dogs love retainers!

Upper Retainers

medical bracesThere are two kinds of upper retainers. The traditional retainer that has colored acrylic in the roof of your mouth and a wire in front of your teeth is called a Hawley retainer. This retainer is to be worn all day and all night. Take it out only to eat and brush your teeth and then put it back in. To clean this retainer you will need to brush it when you brush your teeth. Just like your teeth, your retainer may start to have a tartar buildup. You may want to soak your retainer in a denture cleaner, like Efferdent, to minimize the buildup. Since there is a metal wire on this retainer you’ll want to remove the retainer when the fizz stops, brush it good, rinse and then it is safe to place back in your mouth. (This is recommended only once a week).

The other type of upper retainer is called an ESSIX. This is a clear tray that looks like an Invisalign tray. This retainer is worn every night, unless otherwise instructed by Dr. David. To clean your retainer, take it out of your mouth, brush it inside and outside with your toothbrush and toothpaste and rinse it. If you notice a tartar buildup starting, you may clean it by using a denture cleaner, like Efferdent. Follow the instructions on the box, but remove the retainer when the fizz stops. You don’t want to ‘soak’ this retainer. Soaking it for long periods of time may cause your retainer to become brittle and break. It is not recommended to do this more than once a month.

Lower Retainers

lower retainerYour lower retainer is glued to your front 6 teeth. This retainer is permanent and will be left in for several years. The longer you leave it in, the longer your teeth will remain straight. Dr. David has had his for over 30 years. To clean this retainer, you simply brush it well. Use floss to get behind your retainer and in between teeth. If your lower retainer should come out, bring it with you to your appointment so we can glue it back in.

If you still have baby teeth, we are using a retainer that is glued to your 6 year molars and has a wire that fits behind your teeth. This retainer is used to maintain the space created by losing your baby teeth. The baby teeth in the back of your mouth are larger than the permanent teeth that will eventually take their place. We don’t want to lose that space so we place a retainer to keep that space open while your permanent teeth work their way into place. While we are waiting for your permanent teeth to come in, Dr. David will want to see you every 6-12 months to keep up with your progress.

If you have a lower retainer that is made of acrylic, with a wire in front of the teeth, this retainer is removable but should only be removed to eat and brush. Keep this retainer clean by brushing it each time you brush your teeth.

If your lower retainer is a clear plastic tray – you will only need to wear it at night, EVERY night. Keep it clean by brushing it inside and outside with your toothbrush and toothpaste.

Using Retainers to Move Teeth

clear_retainerOccasionally, Dr. David will use one of the clear plastic trays to move one or more teeth. If this is the case, you will be given special instructions to wear this tray all day and all night, take it out only to eat and brush. He may want to see you every few weeks to check progress and to make more adjustments if necessary.

* * * * It is Extremely Important * * * *

Now that your braces are off, the work is not complete. It is just as important to KEEP your teeth straight. You must keep your retainer checkup appointments and bring your retainers with you. If a tooth starts to move it is much easier to correct a small movement. If your teeth move too much, it could be necessary to go back into braces to correct the movement.

As always, if you have any questions, or think your teeth may be moving, don’t hesitate to call us and let Dr. David check you.

SO, enjoy your new smile. We have enjoyed getting to know you and your family. Even though we will only be seeing you a couple of times a year…
SMILE when you think of us!

Corrective Jaw surgery (orthognathic surgery) treats and corrects abnormalities of the facial bones, specifically the jaws and the teeth. Often, these abnormalities cause difficulty associated with chewing, talking, sleeping and other routine activities. Orthognathic surgery corrects these problems and, in conjunction with orthodontic treatment, will improve the overall appearance of the facial profile.

Using the latest in digital imaging technology, we will demonstrate the overall functional and aesthetic benefits of orthognathic surgery. Computerized treatment planning minimizes treatment times, recovery periods and the overall efficacy of your surgery. State-of-the-art materials such as titanium plates and miniature screws provide stability, strength and predictability to your treatment. These advances in technology, procedures and equipment reduce post-surgical recovery time, thus allowing patients to return to their normal routines soon after the surgery.

Orthognathic surgery may be unnecessary if orthodontic treatment can correct the problem. With the latest advances in orthodontics, this is sometimes the case. We will determine if orthognathic surgery is the correct treatment option for you.

Brace Bus

Brace Bus

Carter Orthodontics is also known as “the Home of the Brace Bus.” Started in 1996, the brace bus has been approved by the Columbia, Aiken and Edgefield County school systems, as well as several independent schools (See list below). With a parent’s signed consent, the brace bus will pick up and deliver patients from their respective schools during school hours. Carter Orthodontics implemented the brace bus to decrease the amount of school children miss for appointments, as well as to help working parents miss less work. This service is provided at no charge for Carter Orthodontic patients.

Carter Orthodontics Brace Bus service has been approved by the following schools:


Columbia County Schools

  • Belair Elementary
  • Blue Ridge Elementary
  • Brookwood Elementary
  • Evans Elementary
  • Greenbrier Elementary
  • Martinez Elementary
  • Riverside Elementary
  • South Columbia Elementary
  • Stevens Creek Elementary
  • Westmont Elementary
  • Columbia Middle
  • Evans Middle
  • Lakeside Middle
  • Greenbrier Middle
  • Riverside Middle
  • Evans High School
  • Lakeside High School
  • Greenbrier High School
  • Lewiston Elementary
  • River Ridge Elementary School

Private Schools

  • Aiken Prep
  • Augusta Christian
  • Augusta Prep
  • Our Lady Of Peace
  • Victory Baptist
  • Westminster

Edgefield County Schools

  • Merriwether Elementary
  • Merriwether Middle

North Augusta Schools

  • Mossy Creek Elementary

Augusta Schools

  • River Ridge Elementary
Aiken County Schools

  • Belvedere Elementary
  • Byrd Elementary
  • Gloverville Elementary
  • Clearwater Elementary
  • Chukker Creek Elementary
  • Hammond Hill Elementary
  • North Augusta Elementary
  • North Aiken Elementary
  • Jefferson Elementary
  • Aiken Elementary
  • Redcliff Elementary
  • East Aiken Elementary
  • Millbrook Elementary
  • Jackson Middle
  • LBC Middle
  • Leavelle McCambell Middle
  • Aiken Middle
  • Schofield Middle
  • Kennedy Middle
  • North Augusta Middle
  • Paul Knox Middle
  • Midland Valley High
  • North Augusta High
  • Silver Bluff High
  • South Aiken High
  • Aiken High
  • Midland Valley Prep
  • Warrenville Elementary

Brace Bus Consent Form

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Insurance and Financing

Carter Orthodontics wants to make orthodontic treatment affordable to everyone. That’s why we offer several types of flexible financing. In-house payment options require financing to be completed in 24-30 months with an initial payment. Carter Orthodontics also offers a 5% discount off the entire fee if payment is made in full within 30 days of the start of treatment. We also accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover and CareCredit. Our patient coordinators will help find a financing option that suits each patient’s needs.


If your insurance covers orthodontic treatment, you will receive the benefit of reduced personal costs. Many insurance policies have a lifetime orthodontic benefit that is distinct from regular dental insurance. Remember that insurance policies vary, and we will review your insurance to determine the appropriate course of action.

Carter Orthodontics will work with all major insurance providers.

Carter Cares Program

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About Community

Carter Orthodontics is fortunate to serve the CSRA, and wants to GIVE BACK to the community. In addition to events scattered across the calendar, Carter Orthodontics will take an ACTIVE role in quarterly community causes. We ENCOURAGE our patients and the community to RECOMMEND good causes for our office and patients to be involved. Feel free to post ideas for Carter Orthodontics to get involved!!!

About Children

As Past National President of the Smile For A Lifetime Foundation (S4L), “Dr. David” grew the Foundation from 4 chapters to more than 100 nationally in two years. This Foundation provided more than $7 million dollars of free orthodontic care to underprivileged children across the USA who could not afford braces.

Locally, CarterCares will provide the same “orthodontic scholarships” to children in the CSRA. In order to qualify, go to www.CarterOrthodontics.com and click on CarterCares for Children button. Children will ONLY be considered by following the instructions found there!

  • DO NOT CALL THE OFFICE FOR AN APPOINTMENT – this will DISQUALIFY a candidate from consideration.
  • Candidates must be under the age of 18.
  • Candidates MUST be nominated by a school guidance counselor, teacher, nurse, or principal
  • Candidates must have an OBVIOUS orthodontic problem that DRAMATICALLY affects their life
  • Candidates must have FINANCIAL NEED. This is NOT a lottery!!!
  • Candidates MUST NOT CALL repeatedly to see if they have received an “orthodontic scholarship.” Doing so will DISQUALIFY a candidate for consideration.
  • Candidates will be chosen throughout the year based on the number of applications received. DO NOT CALL to find out when. Just check our Facebook page for updates!!!


New Patient Forms

Please take a moment to fill out the new patient forms prior to your appointment. We appreciate your cooperation in helping us to provide you with prompt service.

New Patient Information and Medical History
Dental Claim Form
Brace Bus Consent Form

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Doctor Referral Form

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456 Furys Ferry Rd.
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1743 Georgia Ave.
North Augusta, SC  29841
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1160 Silver Bluff Rd. SW
Aiken, SC 29803
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