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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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Invisalign Cleaning 2019 [Factual!]

Invisalign Cleaning 2019 [Factual!]

First off, Invisalign cleaning is a hot topic. Invisalign is the most commonly used brand of clear aligners.  For those who start wearing Invisalign aligners, they think that nothing wrong can happen to change the appearance of the clear trays. However, after wearing their trays for 1-2 weeks, they do tend to discolor and show mild wear.   You will also notice that the same tartar or dental plaque that accumulates on the teeth will start to build upon the aligners.  A good orthodontist will show you how to take care of the aligners and minimize these situations.

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Lingual Braces VS. Invisalign

Lingual Braces VS. Invisalign

Archaeology has given us a look into ancient orthodontic practices, unearthing mummified remains with teeth encased in metal bands, and writings by Hippocrates and Aristotle dating back to between 400 to 500 B.C. contain thoughts on how to straighten teeth and fix other dental problems. In the 1700’s writings are devoted to appliances and methods of aligning teeth. In the 1900’s, many different metals were used for bands and other portions of braces, such as wires. It wasn’t until the 1970’s however that brackets came into use, replacing bands. Although brackets had been invented sometime earlier, the adhesive took more time to perfect.

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3 AMAZING SECRETS (Oral-Probiotics and Your Teeth)

3 AMAZING SECRETS (Oral-Probiotics and Your Teeth)

Maintaining proper oral hygiene is very important if you want your teeth to remain healthy and free of decay for years to come. Probiotics have proven to be a very effective tool for improving oral health. If you’ve never heard of probiotics before, these are healthy bacteria that can be used to benefit your oral health in a variety of different ways. If you’ve been searching for solutions that will help you bolster your tooth strength and health, you’ll definitely want to consider oral-probiotics.

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Is Damon System the Boss of Braces [in 2019]

Many years ago, getting one’s teeth straightened meant that one had to go through a long and tedious and painful process. At that time, braces meant a mouthful of wires and discomfort. While the results were worth the struggle, is it not better to have the same effect having gone through less strain? Faster, better and simpler is what we all desire nowadays, and that is what Damon System offers.

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An Orthodontist is Different From an Endodontist (HOW?)

An Orthodontist is Different From an Endodontist (HOW?)

Maybe you have a child that’s having trouble chewing their food or playing an instrument due to an over or underbite. Maybe you have a cavity that needs to be checked out. Or you might need something more than just a regular visit to the dentist. Who do you go to? It may get a little confusing at times to know whether you need to see a dentist, endodontist, or orthodontist, but keep reading. Here you’ll learn the difference so you can decide who you need to see.

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Children’s Oral Health (3 Awesome ways to Boss it)

Children’s Oral Health (3 Awesome ways to Boss it)

Orthodontic Observations: There is nothing quite like a baby’s first smile. With their dimpled cheeks and rosy pink gums, it is crystal clear theirs is a heart-warming grin. However adorable their smiles, though, the very innocence which makes them so appealing is also a hurdle for parents to overcome. By age 2, it is imperative for the parent or guardian to start routine dental check-ups as part of their child’s overall heath care.

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