Lake Elsinore orthodontist bracesPhone: (909) 471.0194
Fax: (909) 471.0357
Email: info@coolsmilesorthodontics.com

31577 Canyon Estates Dr., Ste. 215
Lake Elsinore, CA 92532
Get Directions

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday: By appointment only.


It is always our goal at Cool Smiles Orthodontics in Lake Elsinore to offer our patients the very best orthodontic care in Southern California and surrounding areas.

We truly believe in furthering our education so that we can learn all we can. This not only benefits us but also helps our patients. We use this knowledge to give you the most up-to-date treatments so that you can have a smile that you are proud to show off.

Our Lake Elsinore Services

  • Adult Treatment
  • Early Treatment
  • Clear Aligners
  • Conventional Orthodontics
  • Retainers
  • Invisalign
  • Braces
  • Emergencies

Lake Elsinore Orthodontics

Lake Elsinore is a natural freshwater lake in Riverside County, California, located east of the Santa Ana Mountains and fed by the San Jacinto River. Originally named Laguna Grande by Spanish explorers, it was renamed for the town of Elsinore, now Lake Elsinore, established on its northeastern shore on April 9, 1888.

Lake Elsinore is the largest natural freshwater lake in Southern California. With its own 750-mi2 (1,900-km2) watershed, it is situated at the lowest point within the San Jacinto River watershed of 750 sq mi (1,900 km2), at the terminus of the San Jacinto River. It is the terminal lake of a partially closed basin called the San Jacinto Basin. Lake levels are healthy at an average of 1,244 ft (379 m) above sea level with a volume of 30,000 acre⋅ft (37,000,000 m3)[2] that often fluctuates, although much has been done recently to prevent the lake from drying up, flooding, or becoming stagnant. At 1,255 ft (383 m), the lake will spill into the outflow channel on its northeastern shore, known properly as Temescal Wash, flowing northwest through Temescal Canyon and feeding Alberhill Creek, which joins Temescal Creek, which in turn dumps into the Santa Ana River just northwest of Corona.