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The majority of parents tend to think that kids don’t need to treat crooked teeth or misaligned bites until they are well into their teens. While it does make sense to wait to do most of your child’s treatment until most of their adult teeth have come in, there are times when it is better to begin when baby teeth are still in your child’s mouth. In this post, we’ll take you through the basic insights of two-phase orthodontic treatment. Let’s get cracking.

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AMERICAN FOOTBALL

You want to do what’s best for your kids, and getting them braces when they are young is beneficial. This is the best time to get their teeth to shift and move so that they have the space they need. Wearing braces now also reduces the risk of teeth moving back to their original position, which can happen if your child gets braces later in life. In this blog, we’ll show you the facts on what to expect for braces with sports. Let’s get cracking.

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Facts about mouth ulcers. Many people wear braces to straighten and correct teeth. Even though they aid to make a dental correction, they can also have a negative effect. For instance, each time the braces are tightened, the patient tends to feel a lot of pain. Additionally, the greatest issue is the development of ulcers of the mouth which are caused by hygienic issues.

Ulcers can develop due to the rub caused by braces in the mouth. These sores can be painful, but there are ways in which you can prevent or manage the ulcers in the mouth. In this post, we’re going to show you all the things to do when an ulcer shows its ugly face. Let’s kick things off with #1.

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Teenagers and Invisalign. In the past, teenagers would often scowl, protest and even bawl when they heard that they would have to get braces. However, at least some of those negative vibes have changed with the presence of Invisalign Teen. Understanding why teenagers want to have Invisalign can help encourage you that this decision is the right one for your kids. In this post, we’re going to show you why your teenagers want this new style of orthodontic treatment. So, let’s get going.

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The environmental footprint of braces, really? Sustainability may not be the first thing that you think about when it comes to improving your smile. However, expert orthodontists are well aware of the importance of preserving the environment by following the best practices in their field. At first glance, braces may look like little more than a few pieces of metal strung together with wires. In this post, we’re going to show you how orthodontics is pursuing environmental sustainability. Now it’s time to show you what’s happening.

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PREGNANT BELLY

Fixing teeth that are crooked or correcting improper bite is known as orthodontics. It involves setting patient’s teeth in the right place. Braces and clear aligners are usually used in this process to help with the alignment of teeth. When a woman is pregnant, her body undergoes various changes.

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Everyone knows that orthodontics, commonly known as braces, help people get straight teeth. They do an excellent job of creating beautiful teeth that people can be proud to show off. Having straight teeth will actually serve more than just giving you good aesthetics, though, it will also help you to have overall better health. While everyone would like to have straight teeth, the benefits other than having a nice smile outweigh great looking teeth.

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TMJ. Will braces help. It’s normal to be a bit nervous when you first go to an orthodontist. Here at the Schulhof Center, we make it easy for you to relax and enjoy the time that you spend here with us. Certainly, Dr. Adam Schulhof has a love of orthodontics, and you’ll be able to see that every time that you come in for an appointment. By combining cutting-edge technologies with skill and expertise, the Orthodontist can provide you with care and treatment options that are customized to your specific concerns.

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Vaping is not a safer alternative to cigarettes in the sense that it can have a negative effect on your teeth and your overall oral health. However, it does appear to have fewer risks in oral health than smoking cigarettes. Vape and e-cigarette devices are becoming more popular among young adults, and though most people would agree that these alternatives are much safer, there’s still a lot more to learn about its long-term effects.

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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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