Let’s Get Things Straight
Meet Your Orthodontist
Dr. Laurel Marshall
Dr. Marshall has enjoyed the privilege of designing smiles in Elyria, OH, since early 2020 where she worked alongside her predecessor, Dr. Richard Fogel. She has since been carrying on his legacy of delivering top-notch care in a fun environment. Dr. Marshall is passionate about creating the perfect smile for every person.
She celebrates individuality and understands that every face and every smile is different. She has always had an eye for smile esthetics and facial harmony, and this allows her to craft the ideal smile for each of her patients. When she’s not creating beautiful smiles, Dr. Marshall enjoys spending time with her husband, Jay, cooking, and traveling.
The Smile Experts
Welcome to Elyria Orthodontics, conveniently located in Elyria, OH! We are glad you have chosen us for your orthodontic care and hope that every encounter you have with our office exceeds your expectations. We know our patients have a choice in several different area orthodontists, so we strive to deliver the level of orthodontic care and compassion we would want for our own families.
Dr. Laurel Marshall and her team are proud to offer high quality orthodontic care for the entire family in a state-of-the-art, friendly environment. We excel in the art of making your smile beautiful. We offer a wide range of treatment options to create a smile you can be proud to show off, including traditional metal braces, clear braces, Invisalign, and surgical orthodontics. We also offer Botox ® treatments as an adjunctive therapy for patients struggling with bruxism, TMJ dysfunction, and chronic facial pain.
At Elyria Orthodontics, our team of skilled professionals is dedicated to providing compassionate, personalized care. Using our blend of cutting-edge technology and time-proven methods, we will work to give you the smile you deserve!
The Benefits of Choosing AN Orthodontist
Did you know that all orthodontists are dentists, but not all dentists are orthodontists? To become an orthodontist, a dentist must attend an additional 2-3 years of school at an accredited residency program to learn about occlusion, facial harmony, and the biomechanics required to safely move teeth.
With so many dental offices offering Invisalign ® and promising braces in half the time, it’s important to understand what makes an orthodontist different from a general dentist. When choosing a treatment designed to straighten your teeth or improve your bite, trust a certified orthodontic specialist to get the job done safely and efficiently