What You Need to Know About Clear Aligners
Posted on February 1, 2021
Believe it or not, your smile says a lot about you. If you’re trying to improve your smile by straightening your teeth, getting removable clear aligners is the way to go. Wearing removable clear aligners gives you the option of straightening your teeth in a way that’s more aesthetically pleasing — and easier to manage…. Read more »
Why You Shouldn’t Skip Any Orthodontic Appointment
Posted on January 12, 2021
Wearing braces can be a life-changing experience. The benefits go beyond having that beautiful smile that you have always wanted. You can also improve your oral health, prevent tooth decay, and get a confidence boost. The American Association of Orthodontists estimates that there are over four million Americans wearing braces today. Of these, 75% are… Read more »
5 Reasons to Consider InBrace for Your Orthodontic Treatment
Posted on January 5, 2021
Technology continues to evolve, and so does the field of orthodontics. Anybody who has used traditional lingual braces can attest that they can be harder to manage. That’s why orthodontic specialists looked for ways to improve them. One of the most innovative options that has emerged is InBrace. InBrace uses AI algorithms and advanced computer… Read more »
How to Care for Your Invisalign Braces
Posted on December 11, 2020
Invisalign braces are a great option for teens and adults that need braces. Invisalign braces, unlike metal braces, are virtually invisible. Invisalign orthodontic practice patients have found great results without the stigma of having to wear metal braces. Of course, to get great results from Invisalign clear aligners, you do have to do your part…. Read more »
Improve Your Oral Health and Have an Overbite Treated with Clear, Removable Aligners
Posted on November 18, 2020
The first reason people usually want braces is to improve their aesthetic appearance, and the second most common reason is related to bite issues. If you don’t suffer from bite issues, you may not have realized that removable clear aligners can treat them. Bite issues can severely affect speech, appearance, and the ability to chew… Read more »
Orthodontists Vs. General Dentists: What’s the Difference?
Posted on October 15, 2020
Orthodontists are dental specialists. Typically, your general dentist is the one who will refer you to the orthodontist. While general dentists and orthodontists share many traits, they are different. Both dental practices and orthodontic practices are focused on providing top-notch oral health care. However, the type of care that they provide is different. Understanding the… Read more »
What is an Overbite and How Can it Be Fixed?
Posted on September 28, 2020
According to the American Dental Association, almost 70% of children display signs of developing an overbite. Because these abnormal bites become noticeable between the ages of six and 12, orthodontic treatment is usually started between the ages of eight and 14 to ensure the problems can be quickly corrected. What Exactly is an Overbite? Known… Read more »
Four Things To Know Before Choosing Invisalign Braces
Posted on September 23, 2020
Maybe you’re hearing for the first time that you were supposed to have braces as a child, and your parents decided against them. Or maybe you pushed against braces yourself, despite the recommendation of your orthodontist. Chances are that if you were supposed to get braces as a child and skipped them, you still need… Read more »
What Types of Braces are Right for Your Lifestyle?
Posted on September 1, 2020
Nearly four million people in the United States are currently wearing braces, with 75% of them being younger than 18. While teens make up the majority of patients using braces, it is becoming more common for adults to undergo the treatment as well. Especially with near-invisible options, such as Invisalign or lingual braces, making the… Read more »
INBRACE Lingual Braces: Are They the Right Option for You?
Posted on August 5, 2020
According to the American Dental Association, nearly 70% of people wearing braces are female, and the top reason for getting them is aesthetics. However, the look of traditional metal braces could dissuade adults from undergoing teeth straightening, even if they would like a straighter smile for aesthetic purposes. Fortunately, there are a couple of options… Read more »