1. Strategies to Help Kids Maintain Good Oral Health when Wearing Braces

    It’s tough enough to encourage children to maintain proper oral health, but when they suddenly have braces it can be even more challenging for parents. Braces mean that kids have to avoid certain foods, such as caramel, chewing gum, chips and other hard foods. Encouraging them to brush after every meal is absolutely essential to maintaining good oral health and reducing bad breath. Having braces…Read More

  2. 5 Common Foods to Avoid While Wearing Braces

    Braces are a mutual agreement reached by you and your orthodontist to straighten your teeth and/or jawline to improve your overall dental health. The most obvious improvement is your smile. Braces themselves are brackets and wires placed on the front, and more rarely, the back of teeth. These parts are easily damaged or bent by certain foods, resulting in frequent trips for straightening or repla…Read More

  3. Orthodontics at Any Age

    It does not matter how young or old you are. If your teeth are crooked, crowded, or stucked, they affect the way you look and can affect the quality of your life. Orthodontic treatment not only improves the look of your smile but your health as well. Straight teeth are easier to clean and less likely to get tooth decay or damaged. If you are not happy with the way your teeth look or work, orthodon…Read More

  4. Why Should I Get Braces?

    Braces are just for kids… that is still what the majority of adults think. But it’s not true and in recent years it has become more commonplace to see adults correcting their dental problems with braces. As long as your teeth and gums are healthy, you could benefit from getting your teeth straightened. Braces have evolved considerably in the last 15 years. They no longer have to be the big, bu…Read More