What Is It Like to Visit an Orthodontist as an Adult?

Posted | Blog, Braces, General Orthodontics

More adults than ever are choosing to pursue orthodontic treatment; the American Association of Orthodontists states that 20% of orthodontic patients are over the age of 21. Any professional orthodontist is committed to providing the very best care possible for his or her patients, and this includes the recognition that adult patients may need different…

New Year, New You with Braces!

Posted | Blog, Braces, Invisalign, Orthodontist

It’s the beginning of a new year and everyone is thinking of the perfect resolutions to commit to in 2020. For many children and adults alike, this will be the year to finally get braces and achieve a straighter smile! But what are your options? Here are the most common types of braces that could define your…

Making Braces Fun: Ways to Help Your Child Feel Good About Their Braces

Posted | Blog, Braces, Pediatric Orthodontists, Uncategorized

While braces are a standard part of many children’s dental treatment, sometimes, they can cause embarrassment. If your child is feeling frustrated about having to get braces, it is important to help them find ways to feel good about them; after all, they will see them every time they look in the mirror for the…

The Importance of Wearing a Retainer (after Treatment)

Posted | Braces

Last Updated on March 6, 2019 The Importance of wearing a retainer after treatment. The big day has arrived for your braces to come off, and you are so excited to finally see that beautiful smile! While you will be free from some of the restrictions that were involved with your past treatment plan, you should…

What Guidelines Help Children? (Remain Cavity-free)

Last Updated on March 6, 2019 What guidelines will help children remain cavity-free? Cavities are one of the most preventable oral health conditions that your child can get, but it does take a strong commitment from you and your child to reduce their risk of developing tooth decay. Today, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry guidelines are the most…

Early Orthodontic Assessment and Treatment (Benefits)

Posted | Braces, General Orthodontics, Invisalign

Last Updated on March 6, 2019 UPDATED 28-11-18 The Benefits of Early Orthodontic Assessment and Treatment. There are a number of different teeth and jaw conditions that can develop in children as they grow. Many of these conditions can be corrected quickly and easily. With an early assessment and proper orthodontic treatment, a wide range of conditions…

The Invisible Braces Race (THE CHOICES LIST)

Posted | Braces

Last Updated on March 6, 2019 The invisible braces race. The quest for the perfect set of teeth used to require a person to spend many weeks struggling with the appearance of a mouth full of metal. Now, however, that is no longer the case, and new methods to straighten teeth are constantly being created that have…

What Your Child Should Expect (Before and After Braces)

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Last Updated on March 6, 2019 Braces. What your child should expect before and after braces. Your child’s smile is an important part of their self-esteem and confidence. It is rare for a child to develop perfectly straight teeth and some kids have such misalignment problems that it is almost necessary that they visit a local orthodontist….

Do I Need Braces Quiz (8 ANSWERS HERE)

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Last Updated on March 6, 2019 A do I need braces quiz. Do I need braces or should I get Invisalign? Do I really need any orthodontic treatment at all?” If you find yourself asking these questions, you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed. To help you determine if you need to see an orthodontist, try…

Three Reasons You Haven’t Gotten Your Braces Off

Posted | Braces, General Orthodontics

Last Updated on December 9, 2018 Three Reasons You Haven’t Gotten Your Braces Off After having worn braces for awhile or a time period that feels like awhile to you, you might start to wonder when you can have the structured removed. Similarly, your kids may regularly ask about the end date of the treatment if…

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