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If you want your orthodontic treatment in [city], [state], to be worth your time and money, it’s best to care for your smile after your braces have been removed. If you don’t care for your smile, there is a high chance that your teeth will move back into their improper positions and you may even… Continue reading Smile-Care Tips Following the Removal of Braces
There are many reasons an adult might want to correct their smile. Bruxism, TMJ, and other problems can occur from not having proper aligned teeth. That is why more people are turning to orthodontic treatment than ever before. However, as an adult, more people are looking for discreet options. That is why here at [practice_name]… Continue reading How Invisalign Can Help You
There are many things that could cause a broken bracket, including eating chewy or sticky foods, getting hit in the mouth, brushing your teeth incorrectly, or improperly using a toothpick or floss. Broken brackets are common, but it is very important that you manage the situation as much as possible, and you can do so… Continue reading How to Manage a Broken Bracket