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The Appliance-Harming Foods to Avoid When Aligning Your Smile

As you align your smile, it’s important to do all you can to have the best results possible, and one of those things is having a proper diet. If you have the proper diet, your appliance will remain in tip-top shape and your treatment time will stay on track. If you don’t have the proper… Continue reading The Appliance-Harming Foods to Avoid When Aligning Your Smile

What Not to Eat When You Have Braces

Are you currently aligning your smile with braces? If so, it’s important to do everything you can to get the best results possible, and one of those things is having a proper diet. There are many different types of food in this world that can harm your orthodontic appliance, break the wires and brackets, and… Continue reading What Not to Eat When You Have Braces

Preventing Periodontal Disease while Wearing Braces

Keeping your mouth and your braces clean is important for maintaining a healthy mouth while keeping the amount of time you need to wear braces to a minimum. While the wires, brackets and other hardware of your braces are not made from materials that are subject to bacteria and tooth decay they still need to… Continue reading Preventing Periodontal Disease while Wearing Braces

How to Maintain a Strong Oral Health as a Teen

Your oral health is important to our team at [practice_name], which is why we encourage you to take very good care of your smile as a teen by doing the following things: · Keep up on oral hygiene: Oral hygiene is one of the best ways to keep your smile in tip-top shape, so make… Continue reading How to Maintain a Strong Oral Health as a Teen

Cleaning and Caring for your Lingual Braces

Lingual braces are growing in popularity with teens as well as adults. The brackets of your lingual braces attach to the backside of your teeth making them virtually invisible to the casual observer. Your braces represent a serious investment in improving the alignment of your teeth. Your braces can be damaged by certain activities, foods… Continue reading Cleaning and Caring for your Lingual Braces

The Answers to FAQ’s About Braces

As you sit in the dental chair listening to your dentist tell you that you need braces, is your stomach filling up with nerves and anxiety? If so, relax! Orthodontics aren’t as bad as you think, and they can finally give you the smile you are looking for. A big reason why you’re nervous is… Continue reading The Answers to FAQ’s About Braces

Different Types of Braces

While bracers are typically seen as part of childhood, there are many adults today that are getting braces to help better align their teeth or adapt to changes that have occurred in their smile over the years. There are several different types of braces to choose from. Traditional braces uses wires and metal brackets anchored… Continue reading Different Types of Braces