Orthodontics

How Can Invisalign Move Teeth? {Epic Secrets Here}

How Can Invisalign Move Teeth? {Epic Secrets Here}

How can Invisalign move teeth? If your child needs braces, they may feel apprehensive and self-conscious about the whole ordeal. They may worry about the embarrassment of food getting trapped in their teeth and braces, and as a parent, you may be concerned about their ability to keep their teeth clean for the duration of the orthodontic treatment. For parents and kids who are facing these concerns, using clear aligners for orthodontic treatment may be an excellent solution.

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7 Signs of a Good Orthodontist (READ ON)

7 Signs of a Good Orthodontist (READ ON)

Having a bad dental experience is horrible. It can be uncomfortable, frustrating and sometimes even painful. Dental fears lead to people avoiding dental visits.  This leads to dental problems, causing patients to feel embarrassed in public due to ugly teeth. But dental visits don’t need to be scary, especially not orthodontic visits.  Orthodontists are dentists who have 2-3 years of extra specialty training to learn how to align teeth and fix bites.  They use dental devices like braces and clear aligners (Invisalign). They correct gaps, underbites, overbites, and other dental issues that are associated with the jaw, facial muscles, and teeth.

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Should I Visit an Orthodontist? (FACTS IN 2018)

Should I Visit an Orthodontist? (FACTS IN 2018)

“I don’t have problems, should I still visit an orthodontist?” Millions of people of all ages visit their local orthodontist to help correct misalignment and crowding issues affecting their smiles. Unfortunately, a lot of people choose not to visit their local orthodontist.  This is because they don’t feel like they have a bad enough problem with overcrowding. This results in a smile that is less than desirable and can affect a person’s self-esteem and confidence. Keep in mind that you’re never too old to get braces, so it’s important to talk to your local professional to see if they can fit you for orthodontic appliances and begin your treatment.

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Why is a Dentist Not an Orthodontist?

Why is a Dentist Not an Orthodontist?

A lot of people use the terms “dentist” and “orthodontist” interchangeably – but did you know that the two names, in fact, refer to very different professions? Nease and Higginbotham Orthodontics wants to help you learn how to distinguish between the two fields, and learn a few things about your own dental needs along the way! Firstly, let’s take a look at the two and see how they differ.

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The Importance of [Wearing] Retainers

The Importance of [Wearing] Retainers

If you or one of your children has been wearing braces it’s exciting to finally have them removed. Whether you’ve used plastic, metal, or Invisalign to correct your teeth, there are two phases of treatment. After going through the first step in orthodontic treatment you want to make sure to finish the entire process and maintain that gorgeous smile. Wearing a retainer after treatment is an integral part of the process. The following information discusses the reasons why wearing your retainer is so important.

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How Can I [Properly] Care for My Retainer?

How Can I [Properly] Care for My Retainer?

LAST UPDATED: FEBRUARY 28, 2017 Ever wondered why it seems like everyone and their best friend had or has had orthodontic work? Well, nowadays orthodontic improvements have made the possibility of orthodontic treatment possible for a much greater number of people than once received it. As little as three decades ago, orthodontic treatment was much more involved. Nowadays, we would…

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