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Pediatric

Benefits of a free orthodontic consultation

Benefits of a Free Orthodontic Consultation

Your smile is one of your most essential features. It will last your lifetime, so why not ensure you have a healthy one you love? When you have concerns about your smile, scheduling a free orthodontist consultation can help. An orthodontist can answer your questions regarding the length and type of treatment and get you

Orthodontics provide more than aesthetic improvements in your smile

Orthodontics & Facial Aesthetics: Beyond Straight Teeth

When most people think about orthodontics, they focus on straightening teeth. However, it has expanded to include enhancing facial aesthetics. The fundamental objective will constantly be correcting misaligned teeth, but orthodontists aim to create facial harmony. The Connection Between Orthodontics and a Balanced Face Many factors influence the relationship between orthodontics and facial aesthetics. Smile

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Treating Malocclusion

What Is Malocclusion?  When your dentist talks about your bite, they refer to how the upper and lower teeth come together. This is known as occlusion. A normal, healthy bite has the upper teeth naturally meeting slightly in front of the lower teeth when the mouth is closed. Any variation from this position is a

The Quad Helix Expander in Orthodontics

How A Quad Helix Expander Works Has your child’s orthodontist recommended a quad helix expander? This may have left you wondering what they were talking about! Simply put, this device is an orthodontic appliance placed in the mouth to reduce the overcrowding of your child’s teeth. Your orthodontist will review everything you need to know

National Children’s Dental Health Month is Here!

February brings National Children’s Dental Health Month! This is brought to you by the American Dental Association to create child awareness of the benefits of good oral health. This year’s month-long campaign is, “Brush and clean in between to build a healthy smile.” First Dental Visit Around their first birthday, or within six months after