What is an orthodontic emergency?

Fortunately, the vast majorities of orthodontic problems are minor but may still cause discomfort or irritation. If you think you may have an orthodontic emergency however, the first step is to determine the severity of the problem. Is it an urgent situation that requires immediate attention, or a minor problem that you can take care of yourself, temporarily, until you can come in to our office? Let’s explore the difference.

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What are Retainers and why are they Important?

Once we remove your braces, you will move into the retention stage of your treatment. Maintaining the results you achieved during your orthodontic treatment is key to the success of the entire orthodontic process. Without retention, teeth can shift quickly! Weather you had braces 10 years ago or got them off yesterday, shifting is always a possibility.

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Two Phase Orthodontic Treatment

Did you know that there are two phases of orthodontic treatment? Problems that will eventually need orthodontic attention can become apparent long before a child has all of their permanent teeth. The American Association of Orthodontists recommends a child have their first orthodontic screening by age 7. Depending on your child’s dental development at that time, we may recommend a two-phase treatment plan.

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Why Choose Invisalign®?

When you hear the word “orthodontics,” what comes to mind? Probably a young teenager whose teeth are covered by a latticework of metal. There are indeed many orthodontic patients who fit that description. However, there now exists an increasingly popular alternative to traditional metal braces: Invisalign® clear aligners.

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Why an Orthodontist?

When your pup is overdue for a groom, you wouldn’t bring them to your appointment at the salon. For maintenance of your poodle’s locks, you visit a groomer – the definitely-right person to maintain your pup’s coat, not the almost-right person.

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