When people use a medical expert for treatment, they come across new languages and titles. One of the most sought-after and difficult to achieve is Board Certification in Orthodontics. In this post, we’ll explore what being board-certified means, and why it matters so much. Let’s get going.
Diastema is a gap or space between teeth. These gaps can form anywhere in the mouth, but are sometimes noticeable around the upper front two teeth and disappear once permanent teeth grow in children’s mouths.
Gap teeth or ‘diastema’ is a common cosmetic dental issue. A lot of people have them. Thumb-sucking or gum disease can be the reason. The good news is that there’s a solution for this problem, but not everyone needs specialist treatment. In this post, we’ll tell you why gaps in the teeth occur and what can be done to prevent and remedy the issue. Let’s get going.
Orthodontists now offer Invisalign treatment. This revolutionary straightening method is the result of advanced 3-D computer technology. Best of all, this straightening method is invisible. In this post, we’ll find out the reasons to feel confident about Invisalign. Let’s get going.
Braces during pregnancy. Fixing teeth crooked teeth or correcting improper bite is orthodontics. Braces and clear aligners help with the alignment of teeth. When a woman is pregnant, her body undergoes various changes. These do not obstruct teeth alignment. But it is important for a pregnant woman to know the facts before undergoing treatment. In this post, we’ll take you through orthodontics while pregnant. After which, you’ll be wiser and ready for action. Let’s get started.
A beautiful smile is important, and good oral health is as essential. Your oral health affects more than your smile. Invisalign is great for straightening teeth. Less discomfort than traditional braces. And removable for meals and cleaning. In this post, we’ll answer the question – What is Invisalign? Let’s get going.
A pandemic means staying clear of others. Whether we like it or not we have to deal with self-isolation. If we are undergoing medical treatments during a lockdown then we must be on A-game status. There are simple steps to follow for orthodontic treatment during times like this. Your orthodontist will be open for emergency and essential treatment only. In this post, we’ll take you through 3 steps to care for orthodontics during self-solation. Let’s get going.
The fact is, that 18 million adults and a whole lot of children suffer from a condition. It affects sleep and so life. Called ‘sleep apnea,‘ this condition is both annoying, unhealthy, and difficult to live with. There have been many attempts and lots of research into overcoming this condition. Alas, it remains at large among us. Remedies and ways to reduce the symptoms of this disruptive condition are common. Orthodontics is doing its best to help. In this post, we’ll take you through what sleep apnea is and how orthodontics can help. Let’s get going.
When people think of orthodontics, it is usually a mouth full of braces. In recent times plastic aligners. Yet, at the end of a person’s orthodontic treatment comes a retainer, which may seem like an afterthought. Your new smile will need keeping in place after treatment has finished. In this post, we’ll take you through why you need an orthodontic retainer. And the different retainer types. Let’s get going.
Power chains for braces. The power of braces is enough to move teeth and set them in a more natural position. The unnatural position may have come from crowding or malocclusions. Or even a jaw imperfection. Either way, it’s fixable. That’s where braces get interesting. For most, traditional wire bracket braces are the norm. They even come with styles and attachments to help speed up the treatment. One of these helpers is power chains. They bind the brackets together in a more robust manner than rubber bands. In this post, we’ll take you through what Power Chains are and why they are so popular. Let’s get going.
Your teeth complete your smile. If you need to correct your smile to achieve a good first impression, then there are a few choices to consider. Braces to correct malocclusions or you can opt for veneers. Veneers can’t correct jaw issues, but they can make your smile straight-looking and nice to look at. Braces will correct most issues regardless of malocclusion. However, treatment takes years. In this post, we’ll show you in a quick fashion the differences between the two. Veneers or Braces? Let’s investigate it.