How Orthodontics Can Correct Your Bite Pattern

By now you are likely aware that keeping your teeth and gums free from tooth decay and gum disease should top your list of oral health priorities when it comes to maintaining your healthy smile. But did you know that a malocclusion is another common dental issue that often needs... Read more »

Orthodontic Care for Adults

Your smile is the first thing people notice when they see you. Crooked, crowded teeth or a misaligned bite can make you feel self-conscious no matter what your age. The good news is, with today’s advances in orthodontics, straighter teeth aren’t just for kids and teens anymore. Now more than... Read more »

Braces at a Young Age

Getting braces at a younger age has proved most effective in preventing dental problems in the future. Permanent teeth start to typically come in about the ages of six to eight, and because the bones are still growing, it’s best to evaluate their tooth alignment at a young age to... Read more »

Important Orthodontic Tools You Should Know

The purpose of your braces is to improve your tooth alignment by realigning your teeth so that you can have a healthier and more attractive smile. Your braces depend on daily care to remain in good shape, and we offer insight into effective orthodontic tools that make cleaning your appliance... Read more »

Retainers For Your Teeth

Are you excited to be done with your orthodontic treatment? If so, don’t forget your retainers! Retainers are needed for many people after orthodontic treatments because they help keep your teeth from moving out of the ideal alignment. Retainers are useful to keep your teeth looking beautiful and straight. Our... Read more »

Don’t Delay in Having Damaged Braces Addressed

The special orthodontic components of traditional braces essentially create a functional system capable of correcting misaligned teeth. The realignment process relies on a series of regularly scheduled adjustments to continually tension the braces and affect the periodontal connective tissues that influence the alignment of your teeth. With time and consistent... Read more »

Good Oral Hygiene Habits Are Important for Maintaining Teeth With Traditional Braces

Traditional braces consist of various hardware components such as brackets, wires, bands and spacers which allow our orthodontist to apply tension to your teeth. With each adjustment, your periodontal connective tissues will be stretched and manipulated to gradually improve the alignment of your teeth. Maintaining good oral health and consistent... Read more »

A Single Tooth Might Need Extraction to Correct an Overcrowding Issue

Adolescence is a time of change in the human body. This includes the final stages of permanent teeth replacing primary teeth. Sometimes two or more teeth can emerge tightly spaced. This can potentially cause multiple teeth to become misaligned. Left unaddressed and overcrowding issues can increase your son or daughter’s... Read more »

Orthodontic Braces Might Help Minimize Diastema

Changes in your child’s oral structure can develop as they grow, and their jaw expands. This is often happens as their primary teeth are replaced by the 32 permanent teeth that will last them throughout adulthood. Sometimes genetics, primary tooth loss complications and changes in your child’s mouth and jaw... Read more »

Keep Your Clear Aligner Clear and Clean

While the Invisalign® clear aligners provided by Orthodontics, Inc. are designed to be very durable so that they can effectively realign your teeth and help you achieve your dream smile, they require proper care and treatment in order to remain in good shape. To help maintain the cleanliness and hygiene... Read more »