Orthodontist vs DIY Orthodontics
What is the difference between a dentist and an orthodontist? To answer a question that is often asked, both dentists and orthodontists help patients obtain better oral health, albeit in different ways. It helps to remember that dentistry is a rather broad science with different medical specializations. All dentists, including orthodontists, treat the teeth, gums, jaw and nerves. So, what is an orthodontist and how different are they from dentists? What conditions do they treat,
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Group of happy teen friends laughing and taking a selfie in the street
Having straight teeth is about more than just an attractive smile. The alignment of your teeth has a significant impact on your overall oral and digestive health, and crooked teeth can cause an array of problems ranging from tooth decay to jaw pain. This is why it’s so important to understand the health benefits of straight teeth. If you’re considering having your teeth straightened, curious about the health benefits, or wondering how to straighten teeth
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Invisalign Process
If you want to straighten your teeth and are considering Invisalign, you might be wondering what happens when you go to bed. Of course, with traditional braces that attach to your teeth, you have no choice but to leave them in. But what about Invisalign? Do you sleep with Invisalign still in or do you take Invisalign out to sleep? Invisalign has become one of the most popular orthodontic treatments because it’s one of the
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First Orthodontist Consultation
So you’ve decided it’s time to straighten your teeth. No one should hide their smile, after all. But where do you start? You’ve heard about Invisalign and how it has become one of the most popular orthodontic solutions these days. But you still have some nagging questions that need to be answered first. Some of these being, how long do you usually have Invisalign aligners for? Will aligners do the trick? Do I wear them
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Invisalign or Clear Aligners
You can use your smile to change the world. But do you need to change your smile? A smile is a curve that sets everything straight, and having straight teeth can help with your self-confidence as you shine your light on the world with your pearly whites. Sometimes it’s hard to know if you need Invisalign, the “invisible”, custom-fit removable aligners that are an easy alternative to braces. Perhaps you’ve gotten accustomed to the way
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