A great video to watch from start to finish. This kid is cute!
Make sure you are educated before you go into your consultation to get the most out of it.
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Apart from the aesthetic benefits of braces, there are also a number of health benefits that braces patients will experience. In many cases, patients with orthodontic issues may not be aware of the dangers associated with improper or misaligned teeth. As a result, braces patients can receive a wealth of Read More->
After making the decision to get braces, the first question that needs to be addressed is which type of braces best suit the patient’s needs, wishes, and eligibility. Some types of braces may simply not be suitable for certain types of orthodontic conditions. For patients who are eligible, lingual braces Read More->
Potential orthodontic patients who are doing their research on braces and orthodontic issues may come across the term “malocclusion.” Malocclusion describes misalignment between the upper and lower rows of teeth. As a result, malocclusion typically causes patients to experience bite issues that create an unusual – and potentially hazardous – Read More->
TMJ is the abbreviation for temporomandibular joint dysfunction. TMJ is a group of conditions that can affect several aspects of a patient’s jaw. The most common effect of TMJ is pain in the patient’s jaw and surrounding areas, such as jaw muscles and joints that control the movement of Read More->
Getting braces comes with some inevitable adjustments. When braces are first put on, patients will need to get used to the pressure they apply in order to shift the teeth into their desired positions. Of course, patients who get more traditional wire-and-bracket braces will need to get used to the Read More->
The time has come: all the preparations are squared away and it’s time to have the braces put on. What should patients expect? It’s important to be familiar with the process of putting on braces, as well as how patients can prepare for the big day. During initial consultations, it’s Read More->
The majority of braces patients are age 11 to 15. This means that the majority of orthodontic customers are parents or guardians. We understand that braces are a big commitment for the whole family. Many parents have a number of questions or concerns before beginning treatment. It’s important for parents Read More->