A gummy smile can be caused by many things, but for some, it is something they are born with. One way to fix this problem though is going and seeing an orthodontist who may have the solution. Check out what our blog post has in store for you about how to make a gummy smile disappear right away.
Gaps in your teeth are noticeable. They may be natural or from an injury. Either way, gaps in teeth are fixable. They are not unhealthy but do pose a risk to oral health. Nasties from food detritus will cause cavities and bad breath braces. In this post, we’ll show you in a quick fashion why having braces with gaps in teeth is a valid option. Let’s get stuck in.
Braces are a big deal. Years of dedication are required to see results, and it’s important that you know the facts about your teeth before proceeding with this treatment option. You may have dental crowns installed or fillings, but what if you already had these fixed? Well, wonder no more because we’re going to lay out all the information for anyone interested in braces with crowns and other pre-fitted oral devices in their mouth. Let’s get looking.
Wearing a retainer is important to keep the teeth in their super new position. However, plastic can’t last forever and your retainer may stop fitting properly. This could be due to a number of reasons. In this post, we’ll take you through the reasons why your retainer won’t fit and what to do to correct it. Let’s get going.
Undergoing orthodontic braces is not to be taken lightly. Years of devices and wires, plastic aligners, or expanders, these take their toll on the mouth and oral region. Braces do wonders for self-esteem but sometimes you may face adverse reactions. In this post, we’ll take you through 5 side effects of wearing braces. Let’s get on it.
Board-certified indeed. Orthodontists are experts at tooth alignment. They know their stuff and have taken many exams after many years of further education. Jaw alignment and tooth position are all in the remit of these knowledgeable providers. You may think that would be enough, but for these oral warriors, there is more to be done. It is called board certification and its means they are the absolute best of the already best. In this post, we’ll show in a quick fashion what board-certified means and why you benefit as a patient. Let’s get to it.
We have all heard of braces. It is reasonable to assume you know what they look like and do. But have you thought about devices to aid the movement of the teeth? The things that give braces their power. Rubber bands are essential to connect the brackets to the wires. Orthodontists have a secret weapon in this regard. POWER CHAINS. They are the same as the old-fashioned ‘O’ ring. But better. In this post, we’ll take you through power chains and what they do. Let’s get powering.
It is common for gaps between the teeth to develop at every stage in life. For young children, this could mean that a child’s jaw has outgrown their baby teeth. Older teens and adults with gaps and widely spaced teeth will need to be more concerned. In this post, we’ll talk about gaps and widely spaced teeth. Let’s get going.
Your smile is the first thing another person will see when meeting. First impressions count for everything these days. Your teeth are a part of your smile. It is important that they impress. If you have a crooked smile or malocclusions, then there are two choices to correct the issue. Veneers will cover the crookedness, but they won’t correct the issue. Braces will correct the issue, but treatment will take time, even years. In this post, we’ll take you through the choice of braces or veneers. Let’s get choosing.
When self-isolation is in effect you may wonder about ongoing medical treatments. And how they will be affected. Lockdowns mean you cannot visit your treatment provider as usual. If you are undergoing orthodontics during self-isolation, then carry on as you were. Your provider will still be in operation but with strict rules about who can visit the office and why. In this post, we’ll take you through braces treatment during a pandemic. Let’s get going.