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7 Remarkable Vitamins and Minerals (for Healthy Teeth)

7 Remarkable Vitamins and Minerals (for Healthy Teeth)

Everyone wants a bright, white, beautiful, healthy smile! Yet like many, you may be understandably confused about what you need to be doing to get it and maintain it. Regular preventative care plus orthodontic treatment can provide you with the healthy mouth and straight teeth you feel proud to show off. But there is more to it than this –…

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What Happens? (After Invisalign Treatment is Completed)

What Happens? (After Invisalign Treatment is Completed)

Whether you are considering Invisalign treatment or are already a patient, you may have questions about what happens once treatment is finished. To maintain the beautiful new smile you have invested in there are some additional steps and ongoing care. The aftercare process and continued treatments best for you or your child will be determined in consultation with your orthodontist,…

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Clear Aligners (Should I get in the Mail?)

Clear Aligners (Should I get in the Mail?)

In recent years, we have seen more patients coming to our office after they had a bad experience with in the mail order braces. Naturally, we can see the appeal of being able to fix your teeth at home. Especially when you or your teen has a busy schedule. However, we’ve seen enough bad experiences with direct-to-consumer braces that we…

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Cleaning Your Orthodontic Retainer (3 EASY WAYS)

Cleaning Your Orthodontic Retainer (3 EASY WAYS)

If you’ve recently had your braces removed following the completion of your treatment, you’ve likely been provided with some form of orthodontic retainer. The most common retainers include a temporary retainer for the upper row of your teeth and a permanent one for the bottom row. No matter what type of retainer you have, it’s important that you keep the…

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What Kind of Training (Do Pediatric Orthodontists do?)

What Kind of Training (Do Pediatric Orthodontists do?)

Seeking out the help of pediatric orthodontists is crucial to your child’s smile and their overall health and well-being. Orthodontists work on straightening your child’s teeth as well as correcting other oral-related problems that could become an issue in the future. Or already have become a problem for them in their everyday lives. Understanding the training and education that goes…

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Can I Wear Braces If I’m Pregnant? (SUPER FACTS)

Can I Wear Braces If I’m Pregnant? (SUPER FACTS)

Wearing Braces and Pregnancy: Can I Wear Braces If I’m Pregnant? – Age does not matter; an image is everything, or so goes a cliché. It can never be too late to have a perfect smile or to go for improved dental health. However, many women of child-bearing age often wonder whether it is ok for them to wear braces while…

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The Real Effects of Sugary Snacks on Teeth (EPIC FACTS)

The Real Effects of Sugary Snacks on Teeth (EPIC FACTS)

What you eat can make a stark difference in preventing cavities from forming and reducing the number of dental procedures needed to correct problems with the teeth, gum, and jawbone. Sugary foods, including sugary snacks and beverages, can create dental problems for toddlers, children, teenagers, and adults. Persons wearing dental appliances such as expanders, braces, aligners, or retainers are even…

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Devices that Speed-Up Treatment (Explained!)

Devices that Speed-Up Treatment (Explained!)

Devices that Speed-Up treatment. The one similarity among many human beings is the fact that no one frowns upon the notion of a beautiful grin. The reality, however, is that not so many people are thrilled about having to use braces for years in order to attain a straight smile. For many adults and teenagers alike, receiving the news that…

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Dentist and Orthodontist (THE DIFFERENCE)

Dentist and Orthodontist (THE DIFFERENCE)

The difference between a dentist and orthodontist. Like medicine, dentistry has a number of sub-specialties. Among these are periodontics, endodontics, and orthodontics. Each requires additional training beyond that given in dental school. Here’s the difference between a dentist and an orthodontist. Share Post Twitter Facebook Email

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