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.

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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.

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Bad dentition can be frustrating, uncomfortable and sometimes painful. It can be an embarrassing problem too as it affects a person’s appearance. Orthodontists specialize in correcting oral problems with the aid of devices such as braces. They fix overbites in teeth, underbites, gaps, alongside other dental issues that involve the jaw, teeth and facial muscles. In this post, we’ll show you the 9 Signs of a Good Orthodontist. Let’s get cracking.

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What kind of training does a pediatric orthodontist do? Dr. Adam Schulhof, DMD is a pediatric orthodontist with offices in New Jersey and New York and is the founder of The Schulhof Center. Dr. Schulhof attends to patients of all ages, both children and adults. He is a graduate of University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (with honors). He received his specialty education at Columbia University. Let’s take a look at what that means…

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According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), as many as half of all adults may have some level of periodontal disease. That is a lot of people suffering from what is arguably the most serious chronic oral health condition in the country today – and most don’t even realize they have it!

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Curious of the components of braces? The field of orthodontics and oral medicine is exploding today. Developments with technology and imaging have made it possible for orthodontic providers to deliver the next generation in oral health care for patients starting as early as seven years of age! But while most parents and adults understand what the word “orthodontics” means, there is far less clarity about what goes into providing this type of care. In this post, we’re going to show you the components of braces so you know what to expect. Let’s get cracking.

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Many kids and adults need braces and are referred to a specialist called an orthodontist. In fact, over four million people in the United States wear them each year. These appliances can help to straighten crooked teeth or fix a misaligned jaw. It is helpful to know what to expect at each appointment. Knowledge helps to alleviate any fears you may have about the process and procedures. In this post, we’ll show you what an orthodontist first time is like. Let’s crack on.

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