All About Langhorne, PA
The earliest established European settlers (Dutch and British) arrived in what would become Langhorne in the early 18th century. Notable among them was Joseph Richardson, who established a store and inn. The settlement eventually became a stagecoach transportation hub and was known as Four Lanes End, then Richardsons Corner.
The village was known as Attleborough until 1876, when it was finally incorporated and named after Jeremiah Langhorne, an early resident and a former chief justice of the state Supreme Court. With the arrival of the railroad that same year, residents in Attleborough and Hulmeville argued over the name of the train station, but the president of North Pennsylvania Railroad settled things by naming it Langhorne.
My Orthodontist Langhorne Location
We love serving the people of Langhorne and helping them achieve their properly aligned smile goals. Whether that means traditional metal braces to treat a complex orthodontic problem or low-profile clear aligners to treat something simpler, we can help. We also help patients who are in the retention phase of their treatment. Check this map if you need directions to our Langhorne location, or you can learn more about us on our business page.
If you aren’t sure which type of braces is best for your situation, we’re happy to help you find out at an initial consultation. We will determine what kind of treatment your smile will need. Traditional braces with metal wires and brackets are often still the best option for complex cases, but many patients are good candidates for treatment with clear ceramic braces, lingual braces, or Invisalign.
Our town is home to several sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places, such as the Langhorne Historic District, the former Langhorne Library, Joseph Richardson House, and Tomlinson-Huddleston House. Visit these sites to see pieces of local history.
If you have young kids or are just big on nostalgia, you’ll love visiting Sesame Place. It’s the only theme park in the US based entirely on Sesame Street, with over 25 attractions, live character shows, parades, and an interactive neighborhood. Your kids will love meeting Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Grover, Oscar the Grouch, Count von Count, and more. It will be an incredible experience.
A great local place to enjoy the fresh air is Core Creek Park, which has numerous walks, a playground, space for picnics, and a lake for kayaking, canoeing, or boating. It’s also friendly to pets!