Truly Better Together
Why do we call ourselves Virginia Orthodontic Partners?
It’s not just because we are two orthodontists who partner together. We also partner with you in your orthodontic journey toward a common goal of a better smile.
We want every patient to feel special! It’s an incredible honor to see how treatment can transform a person’s smile, confidence, and quality of life.
Two orthodontists are better than one! Dr. Ellis and Dr. Lindgren provide expert care and collaboration on every single case!
How you’re treated matters. At Virginia Orthodontic Partners, you’re part of our family, and you deserve our full attention.
We want you to have that perfect smile. So we partner with you to figure out financing that works for your family’s budget!
Meet Our Orthodontists
Two orthodontists are better than one! Together, we work to understand your needs and get you the smile you want. We truly love working together! Bouncing treatment plans off each other is one of the joys of our career.
When you come to Virginia Orthodontic Partners, you can trust that both Dr. Ellis and Dr. Lindgren will consider your unique treatment plan. You’ll get two great orthodontic minds without paying more. The result? You’ll receive the absolute highest level of care.
We look at more than just the smile of our patient…
Why would your orthodontist treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea? While orthodontics allows us to change lives, Dental Sleep Medicine helps us to save lives. Simply put – we offer sleep medicine because we care and because it matters. That’s why Dr. Ellis and Dr. Lindgren have gone the extra mile to become DreamSleep Certified Providers to help fight this horrible disease.
For children, orthodontics is more than just straightening teeth. We have the ability to influence many factors that affect breathing for a patient, and that work can start as early as 7 years old.
For adults, snoring and sleep apnea are related to the position of the tongue relative to the throat. When the tongue impinges on the airway you get snoring, decreased oxygen intake, and eventual full airway blockage. This can lead to many other health disorders. Almost 40% of adults today are walking around with some form of undiagnosed Sleep Apnea.