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I Don’t Have Any Dental Problems {Should I Still Visit an Orthodontist?}

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I Don’t Have Any Dental Problems

Dental problems. Some people seem to be blessed with perfect teeth, and it is natural to love your smile when everything seems to be perfectly straight. You may even take pride in never having had a cavity or always having a bright, white smile. For some people, oral health just seems to be a natural gift, yet you should know that appearance is sometimes deceiving. While going to see an orthodontist may seem unnecessary, scheduling a visit could reveal that you do have issues that need correction.

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9 Signs of a Good Orthodontist | FAST FACTS in 2020

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9 Signs of a Good Orthodontist

An orthodontist will be working with you for months to help you achieve the perfect smile, so you need to choose carefully when selecting one. There are a few key features you should try to keep an eye out for when looking for an orthodontist for you and your family. If you are wondering, “What are the qualities of a good orthodontist?” Then keep reading to find out!

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Should I Still visit an Orthodontist? (ANSWERS HERE)

Some people may feel they’ve been blessed with perfect teeth and that a visit to an orthodontist is superfluous. That may be true. On the other hand, many dental problems are quite subtle and it takes an expert to identify them. In other cases, you might have a related condition that you don’t even know orthodontic treatment could resolve. Should I still visit an orthodontist? Read on for the full lowdown.

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I Have Braces [What Foods are Forbidden?]

 

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What foods can I eat? Are you preparing to have braces for the next few months or years? You’re probably wondering how they’re going to affect your day-to-day life, especially when it comes to eating. One main question a lot of people have for their orthodontist is, “What kinds of foods will I be able to eat?” More importantly, though, are the types of foods you should steer clear of. Keep these tips in mind to keep your mouth healthy and happy!

 

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What Makes Invisalign Unique? (Among Others)

 

What Makes Invisalign Unique Among Others?

Once upon a time, those who were born with crowded or crooked teeth had no choice but to straighten them with uncomfortable and unsightly metal braces. While these braces did their job efficiently, they also required numerous orthodontic visits, several lifestyle sacrifices and they left patients feeling embarrassed about all the metal in their mouth. Luckily, there’s a new solution for those who are wishing to achieve perfectly straight teeth. Invisalign is a straightening process which uses clear, flexible plastic aligner trays instead of painful and ugly traditional metal aligners.

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New Day – New Smile

Begin a New Day with a Simple SMILE!

Invisible Aligners

If you are unhappy with the appearance of your misaligned teeth, then choose to begin each day with a simple smile after wearing braces. Mild to moderate malocclusions of the teeth are easy to correct with invisible aligners that are worn for 6-15 months. Aligners feel comfortable to wear and are easy to remove while eating or brushing teeth.
While it is acceptable to remove aligners for special occasions occasionally, you will get the best and fastest results by wearing the device for at least 23 hours a day and night. Each set of aligners is worn for two weeks before switching to a new set. Aligners are customized with each set slightly different, to shift teeth into correct positions and to close unattractive gaps.

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Preparing for Your First Orthodontic Appointment

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After a recent visit with the dentist, you learned that your children need to see an orthodontist. The dentist explained that their teeth are crooked, and serious issues will likely manifest if these issues are unresolved. Your kids may feel nervous about visiting this specialist, and when you can’t explain to them what the appointment can entail, then their trepidation may increase.

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Widely Spaced Teeth (Impacting Your Overall Health)

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Widely Spaced Teeth Impact Your Overall Health

In recent years, a small gap between the teeth has suddenly become trendy among models because people associate it with a youthful appearance. However, that trend has quickly come and gone, and more people are beginning to return to the realization that having gaps in their smile is not always ideal. In addition to marring your self-confidence, teeth that are misaligned can also impact your overall health by interfering with things such as you get proper nutrition. As you consider your options for correcting your teeth, here are a few points that you might want to cover during your meeting with your orthodontist.

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What Your Child Should Expect (Before and After Braces)

UPDATED 29-9-18

bracesWhat Your Child Should Expect Before and After Braces

Orthodontic treatment, which offers a variety of techniques and procedures to realign the teeth and jaw, is common among adolescents and even adults. Especially for the adolescent, there may be many questions about the whole process. Parents may also have a few questions. Here are the most frequently asked questions about the before and after off getting braces.

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Should I Consider More Treatment If I’m Not Happy After My Braces Are Removed?

LAST UPDATED: JULY 31, 2017

Most people expect to have a flawlessly straight smile as soon as their orthodontic equipment comes off, but sadly, this does not always happen. Despite the best work of any orthodontist, it is not always possible to predict the precise outcome of teeth straightening procedures. This can lead to your smile still being slightly crooked after orthodontic devices are removed. There are a few different options available for you if you realize that you still are not happy with your teeth after your orthodontic devices are removed.

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