Orthodontia for Adults

Dental issues can arise at any age. Whether you have always struggled with a less-than-straight smile or have recently developed a condition that jeopardizes the quality of your smile, you should consider your orthodontic options. These days, 25 percent of orthodontic procedures consist of adult patients. The function of braces... Read more »

Taking Proper Care of Your New Set of Braces

Your new set of braces represents a serious investment in realigning your teeth for a better smile and a healthier mouth. At first, wearing braces at first can take a little time to get used to but a few minor changes in your everyday habits will help keep them clean... Read more »

3 Tips for a Healthy Adult Smile

As an adult, your smile is still prone to dental issues, like tooth decay and gum disease. To help you avoid these problems at all costs, our Orthodontics, Inc. team recommends doing the following things on a regular basis: · Keep up on oral hygiene: Oral hygiene is extremely important... Read more »

The Definitions That Will Help You Understand Braces

Our team at Orthodontics, Inc. wants you to have the best orthodontic experience possible, but we understand that there might be some things standing in the way of that, like confusion. If you are ever confused about the terminology of braces, we are happy to help you by providing the... Read more »

The Not-So-Sweet Sweets for Your Orthodontic Appliance

As you align your smile with braces, we strongly recommend that you take very good care of your appliance. If you do care for your appliance, your smile will continue to shape and shift in the manner planned. If you do not, there will be serious consequences, and we don’t... Read more »

A Retention Period is Required After your Braces are Removed

Over the course of multiple adjustment sessions your teeth have been pulled into a healthy and more visually appealing alignment. Now the time has come for your braces to be removed. Of course braces are only one step in the process of providing and maintaining the ideal alignment of your... Read more »