Fixing Your Teeth Requires Keeping Your Braces in Check

Fixing your teeth requires keeping your braces in check. If your braces become damaged, they will not be able to serve you as they should, which can set back your alignment recovery and treatment. As the year comes to an end, remains committed to your orthodontic needs. Here are a few things you can do… Read more »

Maintaining Good Oral Hygiene Helps Minimize the Duration of the Alignment Process

The braces installed by your orthodontist, Dr. , represent a serious investment in realigning your teeth for a healthy mouth and a winning smile. Maintaining good oral hygiene is important for minimizing the amount of time it takes to achieve your new smile. Complications from cavities and poor oral hygiene can significantly increase the number… Read more »

Which Orthodontic Treatment Should You Choose?

Making the choice about which type of orthodontic aligner system you wish to have can be a difficult decision. Metal braces were at one point in time most widely accepted and used system available. Now, thanks to cutting-edge technology and the changing preferences in society, there are many types available to fit into your social… Read more »

Types of Braces to Consider

As we march through the calendar year to the cold winds and long nights of the coming winter, it is a good time to brush up on your oral health care. If you think you may be interested in getting a teeth straightener, then the orthodontists at want to help. Braces come in a variety… Read more »

Oral Hygiene: How to Keep Your Braces in Tip-Top Shape this Halloween

If you want a successful orthodontic experience, it’s important to take very good care of your braces, especially as Halloween quickly approaches. During the Halloween holiday, there are sugary and sticky treats that can severely harm your smile and appliance. This is why you should do everything you can to keep your braces in tip-top… Read more »

Damaged Braces need Attention

Orthodontic treatment is already a pretty big time commitment, which is why if your braces ever become damaged you need to contact our team immediately. Broken braces can prolong your treatment time, which isn’t something anyone wants. With that in mind, let’s go over a few of the most common issues that we see here… Read more »

A Clear Plastic Retainer Needs Regular Cleaning

Through the course of your routine adjustment sessions with your orthodontist, your braces have given you a fantastic smile. Your braces can now be removed so you can enjoy your new smile. However, there will still be a modest amount of residual tension in the periodontal ligaments that anchor your teeth into your gums. If… Read more »

Different Types of Malocclusion

Orthodontic treatment is performed to correct different types of malocclusion, or poor bite. There are many possible conditions that cause a poor bite. When you come to our office, Dr. can diagnose your bite and discuss your orthodontic options with you. The most common types of malocclusion are: – Spacing or crowding problems – If… Read more »

Your New Braces Require Some Extra Care and Maintenance

Your new set of braces represents a serious investment in having Dr. adjust your teeth for a better functioning mouth and more appealing smile. If any part of your braces is damaged, or you develop tooth decay problems, it will likely increase the amount of time you need to wear braces. Brushing and flossing your… Read more »

Maintaining Your New Smile with a Retainer

Congratulations, after multiple adjustment sessions with Dr. your teeth have been aligned into their ideal smile. It’s important to remember that even after your braces have been removed your teeth will still need a little bit of help maintaining their new position. There will still be a small amount of residual tension in the periodontal… Read more »