So straight-up, what’s ortho really like? Not all of us have had orthodontics treatment with a family member or close friend before, and there are a lot of questions that … Continue reading What’s Ortho Really Like?
One of the realities of orthodontics that wasn’t fully recognized until the last decade or so, is that without some type of retention (holding) device our teeth will try with … Continue reading Retention
Orthodontics is an investment in yourself or your child, resulting in better function, comfort, aesthetics, and confidence for a lifetime! There are many tools to help make orthodontics affordable. Even … Continue reading Financing Orthodontics
Yep, we sell a toothbrush. Nope, you don’t have to buy it. Why then? We really, honestly, truly think you should use a powered toothbrush like this. It removes twice … Continue reading Oral-B Genius Professional Bluetooth Toothbrush
For some patients, jaw surgery (orthognathic surgery) is an important part of their orthodontic treatment plan. These surgical procedures correct upper and lower jawbone discrepancies, resulting in a corrected occlusion … Continue reading Surgical Orthodontics
We keep an ever-growing library of orthodontic video animations on our YouTube page for your convenience. If you’ve ever watched a video animation in our office regarding an appliance, treatment … Continue reading Video Animation Library
There’s no doubt about it, braces are admirable food catchers, and it’s important to keep your teeth extra-clean during orthodontic care! We are very proud of the work that we … Continue reading Oral Hygiene and Orthodontics
We have a great patient portal that allows our patients to see scheduled appointment, update their contact information remotely, and view their photos and xrays, 24 hours a day. Designated … Continue reading Our Online Portal
Observation Recall is for young patients who do not need braces right now, but might when they are older. We schedule a complimentary recall appointment once or twice a year to monitor the patient’s facial growth and tooth development.
All orthodontists are dentists first. Out of 100 dental school graduates, only six go on to become orthodontists. These are the steps in an orthodontist’s education: college, dental school and … Continue reading What is an Orthodontist?