Dr. Siara-Olds is a board-certified orthodontist, which is the highest credential possible in her field. Only a small percentage of orthodontists achieve this honor, which means you can always trust Dr. Siara-Olds to be at the forefront of the latest techniques and technologies. She’s also committed to providing lifelong quality patient care.

In addition to being a board-certified orthodontist, Dr. Siara-Olds was also voted the “Best Orthodontist” by readers of The Spinal Column in 2021. As a practice, we’re honored to receive this recognition from the Milford, Highland, and White Lake communities. We’d also like to thank our wonderful patients and their families for their votes and support!


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The American Association of Orthodontists reports that 1 in 4 orthodontic patients is an adult. Could you be next? It’s never too late to get the smile of your dreams. That’s why Dr. Siara-Olds offers orthodontics for patients of all ages, including adults. Whether we’re treating someone who’s 7 or 70, we’re dedicated to providing excellence in patient-centered care.

Your smile is often the first thing people notice, whether you’re on a date or a job interview. Getting adult braces will help you achieve the smile of your dreams and exude confidence. It’ll also help improve your oral health by correcting your bite and eliminating places where plaque can hide. If you’re looking for a discreet option, we also offer Invisalign aligners and ceramic (clear) braces. Dr. Siara-Olds is accepting new patients and would be more than happy to help you explore your treatment options.


Meet Our Doctor

  • Dr. Nicole J. Siara-Olds

    Dr. Nicole J. Siara-Olds was born and raised in Windsor, Ontario. Her parents are both dentists and encouraged their children to also enter the field of dentistry. They were very successful, as all their three daughters became dentists.

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  • "Everything from the front desk staff to the doctor is wonderful. Appointments always run on time, we are able to get in for wire “emergencies” with no problem, the location is great, and my son’s teeth are looking amazing. Thank you!"
  • "Top notch service! Dr. Siara-Olds and the whole team from the hygienists to the office staff are wonderful to work with. They are knowledgeable, friendly, efficient, and always accommodating to our scheduling needs."
  • "Wonderful practice with kind, caring, and knowledgeable staff. Dr. Siara-Olds is amazing and the office staff are always so friendly. My son’s teeth look beautiful thanks to her and I highly recommend her practice!"

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