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.
Dr. Michael McDermott earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in both Chemistry and Biology from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. He followed his undergraduate degrees with a doctorate in dental surgery at the University of Minnesota, where he graduated with highest distinction.
Dr. Mike then furthered his dental education by earning a masters and certificate in Orthodontics at the University of St. Louis in Missouri.