Category: Orthodontics

Lingual braces, sometimes called “braces behind the teeth,” are a common alternative to traditional braces. Like traditional braces, they are used by an orthodontist to help realign and straighten teeth. The difference is that the braces are glued to the backs of your teeth instead of the front, making them less noticeable.

Ceramic braces are a common alternative to traditional metal braces. Like traditional braces, they are used by an orthodontist to help realign and straighten teeth.

“Braces behind teeth,” also known as lingual braces, are like standard braces except that they fit behind the teeth, rather than in front. The benefit of lingual braces is that they are practically unnoticeable. However, they are more expensive than other kinds of braces and may be uncomfortable for some. Just like Invisalign, they are …Read More

Getting your wisdom teeth removed can be worrying – but it doesn’t have to be. The wisdom teeth removal is a pretty common, so it’s very much a routine procedure for a dental professional. It is also a mostly painless procedure; recovery is only slightly painful and usually quick. Knowing what the procedure is for, and …Read More

A malocclusion happens when mismatched teeth and the jaw cause a person to have a bad bite. This can result in crooked, crowded, or protruding teeth, and may even lead to gum problems/periodontal disease, severe headaches, and sleep disorders.

It’s natural to have questions about various dental practices. If you have a family, you might have heard the term “family dentistry.” Knowing what it is, what the benefits are, and how to find one near you will help you decide if a family dentistry practice is right for you and your family.

There are many bad habits for your teeth. Most of them we do, day in and day out, without even being aware of them…or the impact they have on our health. Identifying which habits might be hurting your mouth can save you tons inexpensive dentist and orthodontist bills down the road.

We have all heard about dentists since we were children. But not all dentists are the same. Some dentists, such as orthodontists, specialize in certain treatments to improve the look, feel, and function of our mouths. So, which should you see?

Most of us have heard of dentists. Fewer have heard of a dental hygienist — and even those that have heard of them might wonder what they do. A dental hygienist is an important part of your dental team. In fact, you have probably worked closely with a dental hygienist without realizing it.

A visit with your orthodontist might seem like a routine thing. That first consultation with a new orthodontist is far from routine. This is your chance to get to know the person who will be working to change the look, feel, and function of your mouth. To do that, you need to know which important …Read More

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