Lakeside Orthodontics - St. Paul

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1696 Grand Ave, Saint Paul, MN, 55105-1806
(651) 699-2013
office hours
Mon - Thurs: 8am - 4:30pm
Fri: 8am - 12pm

About the St. Paul Team

The team in St. Paul (formerly Meister Orthodontics) offers a breadth of orthodontic services to meet the needs of kids, teens, and adults. Helping our patients reveal confident smiles through tailored orthodontic treatment plans is our goal. If you’re looking for braces or Invisalign® aligner options from a family orthodontist near you, book your FREE consultation online or by phone today.

St. Paul Team Fast Facts

A little more about your local smile makers:

  • Our St. Paul clinic has delivers best-in-class orthodontic treatments and has an experienced, friendly team with state-of-the-art equipment
  • Dr. Syverson is native to Minneapolis, received her Doctor in Dental Medicine from the University of Pennsylvania, and is a member of the American Association of Orthodontists
  • Lakeside Orthodontics in St. Paul, MN proudly serves communities in and near the following zip codes: 55105, 55116, 55104, 55406, and 55102
  • We offer easy scheduling and progress tracking through the Smile Doctors Anywhere app
  • Affordable, in-office payment options with 0% interest and discounts are available for qualifying patients
  • We accept most dental insurance plans and will help you make the most of your benefits
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Meet Our Doctors

Dr. Abby Syverson | Orthodontist in St. Paul MN | Lakeside Orthodontics
Meet Dr. Syverson of Lakeside, St. Paul

Dr. Abby Syverson

Dr. Abby Syverson was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She attended George Washington University in Washington DC where she completed her bachelor’s degree and was captain of the varsity volleyball team. She received her Doctor in Dental Medicine (DMD)…
Meet Dr. Abby Syverson

Hear from Our St. Paul Patients

Great staff, who explain each part of what they are doing. Helps my son understand Read More
Emily Beckstrom
My two kids and I have been coming to Meister Orthodontics office for years. They’re Read More
Getahun T
This clinic is as good as it was with Tammy M. Very happy with the Read More
Christine Morris
This is such a great orthodontist pratice, small enough to be flexible and customer-focused but Read More
Nick, Cath, Xavier, Felicia Cook
Dr. Meister called both my sons after their expander appointment to see how everything was Read More
Therese McCauley

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to choose metal braces?

No, we provide options. We want you to have options in your orthodontic treatment, so our doctors offer clear braces, self-ligating braces, and clear aligners – a form of invisible braces.

How much do ceramic braces cost?

You can expect ceramic braces to cost from $4,000 to $8,000, but like all orthodontic treatments, the cost of ceramic braces can vary depending on many factors. And while ceramic braces can more expensive than traditional metal braces or other treatment options due to the higher cost of the materials, cost is not the only consideration when it comes to choosing a treatment plan. At Lakeside Orthodontics, our philosophy is that everyone deserves a smile they love to share, so from accepting most insurance plans and optimizing your benefits to offering affordable payment options and 0% interest financing, we work hard to ensure every treatment plan is as affordable as possible. Perhaps more importantly, our goal is to ensure you get the most benefit from your orthodontic investment.

Does insurance cover Invisalign?

Many dental insurance plans cover Invisalign just as they would regular braces, and we accept most insurance plans. We’re happy to help you understand and optimize your benefits!

Does my family dentist have to schedule my appointment with an orthodontist?

Our doctors love dental referrals, but the dentist does not need to make the appointment. Most patients call us directly and mention the dentist who referred them. We always love to send a thank you note to our dentists.

How often will I need to visit the orthodontist during treatment?

Regular visits to your orthodontist are an important part of your treatment when you have braces. These check-ups allow your orthodontist to monitor treatment progress and make necessary adjustments to keep treatment on track.

You can expect to visit your orthodontist every 4 to 6 weeks. However, this can vary depending on your individual treatment plan and how your unique smile responds to treatment.

Let’s get you smiling more, starting today

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