Taking Care of Braces While On the Go

Posted | Uncategorized

As Thanksgiving and the winter holidays approach, travel logistics are on many of our minds. If any members of your family are receiving orthodontic treatment, that can be yet another factor to worry about as you prepare to visit family or head somewhere warm for a much-needed vacation. Here are some of our best tips…

What Does an Ideal Bite Look Like? (5 SIMPLE ANSWERS)

Posted | Orthodontic Facts

So, an ideal bite. While it’s easy for some people to identify when they may need to have their teeth straightened, there are also times when it can be difficult to do so. Small issues pertaining to a misaligned bite or crooked teeth can be tricky to spot unless you know exactly what you’re looking for. In order to fully understand what a perfect bite should look like, you’ll need to look at your teeth from several different angles.

Fluoridation and the Effects (on my Child’s Mouth)

Posted | Pediatric Orthodontists

Last Updated on March 6, 2019 Your child’s dental health is important if you want their teeth to remain healthy throughout childhood and adolescence. While making sure that your child brushes and flosses regularly should keep their teeth healthy, a type of mineral that can be very beneficial for your child’s dental health is fluoride. Which…

Brushing Your Teeth with Braces (7 Tips)

Posted | Orthodontic Facts

Last Updated on March 6, 2019 If you have braces, you probably can’t wait for the day when you can finally see your new and improved smile. For the time being, though, you have to deal with the hardware. Which means caring for your teeth and the braces themselves. If you want to be truly impressed once it’s…

What Are The Signs (of a Good Orthodontist)

Posted | General Orthodontics

Last Updated on March 6, 2019 Maintaining healthy teeth, gum, and jawbone structure begin from infancy and continues into adulthood. It is essentially a lifelong process of visiting your dentist for routine checkups and cleaning and your orthodontist for specialized care. Children, teenagers, and adults typically see their orthodontist for problems such as overcrowding teeth, underbites, overbites, receding…

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 Kind of Training (Do Pediatric Orthodontists do?)

Posted | Pediatric Orthodontists

Last Updated on March 6, 2019 If you are thinking about taking your child to an orthodontist but are wondering about how qualified pediatric orthodontists are, you should be aware of the extensive amount of schooling and degree requirements that are necessary for an orthodontist to obtain. With this information in hand, you should be more…

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…

Complete Guide to Oral Health (EPIC TRUTH)

Posted | General Orthodontics

Last Updated on March 6, 2019 Complete Guide to Oral Health. Good oral health is important at any age. The steps a person takes to care for their teeth and gums will benefit them for life. Those who do not care for their teeth can experience tooth decay, tooth loss, and gum disease, which can all cause a…

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