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  • Your First Winter in Braces? Tips for a Warm and Wonderful Holiday
    If this is your first winter with braces, you might be wondering how to make the best of the holiday season. the doctor and our team have some suggestions for Read more
  • Helpful Hints for Dealing with Braces Pain
    Your first few days with braces will feel rather odd, awkward, and even painful. The day you get your braces you will probably just feel weird, like you have something Read more
  • Orthodontic Treatment: Does a Missing Tooth Mean Missing Out?
    You’ve decided—now’s the time to talk to the doctor about straighter teeth and a better bite. So what’s holding you back? If you are concerned because you have a missing Read more
  • Tooth Extraction and Braces
    Perhaps you’ve heard from parents or older relatives what braces used to be like years ago—obvious, uncomfortable, hard to clean, and with inevitable tooth extractions to start off the whole Read more
  • Toothbrush Science
    Let’s talk science! From the vastness of the cosmos to sub-atomic particles, science helps us understand the world around us and how it works. So, let’s take some familiar scientific Read more
  • Halloween Fun with Braces
    Halloween is a favorite holiday among children due to the festive games, imaginative costumes, and candy. Modern celebrations stem from a combination of traditions from Pagan and Christian traditions throughout Read more
  • The Importance of Orthodontic Treatment at a Young Age
    When you think of orthodontic treatment, you may automatically assume that it only relates to older children and teens with alignment and spacing issues. But this isn’t the case: Orthodontic Read more
  • Ugh, Not Braces!
    Getting your child excited about braces is a lot like: A) convincing a grumpy toddler that it’s time to take a nap? B) convincing a teenager to stop texting during Read more
  • October is National Orthodontic Health Month
    What does the month of October mean to you? For people in the northern hemisphere, October is when the weather starts to get a little chilly: heavy jackets might come Read more
  • Make Your Braces Bands Work for You!
    Well, of course, they already are working for you—as an essential part of the alignment process. Rubber bands, also known as elastic ligatures, are used to secure the wires inside Read more
  • Straight Talk about Braces and Oral Health
    We’ll give it to you straight: it can be harder to keep your teeth their cleanest while you’re wearing braces. Food particles play hide-and-seek, plaque builds up around brackets, flossing Read more
  • Speech! Speech!
    If you are a student of Speech or Drama, you know how important it is to be clear and articulate. You’ve worked on pronunciation and projection, and the audience in Read more
  • September is Self-Improvement Month!
    These days, Americans everywhere are putting greater emphasis on health and self-improvement, and more people are seeking orthodontic treatment to improve their smile. September happens to be Self-Improvement Month, and Read more
  • Happy Labor Day!
    Labor Day is upon us, and that means the non-official end to summer. Before the kids head back to school and temperatures start to cool down, this is your last Read more
  • Dangers of DIY Orthodontics on the Internet
    All over the Internet you'll find videos and articles showing how you can close the gap between teeth or space them out. There is a plethora of DIY orthodontic techniques Read more
  • Bracketology
    Analyzing strong points, looking for potential problems, making comparisons—it’s bracketology time! Nope, not basketball (although we hear they have something similar), but a brief analysis of your orthodontic options when Read more

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