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Most people tend to overlook the fact that orthodontic tooth movement is a biological process. This means that your teeth will move when any type of pressure is applied for a long period of time. For this reason, doctors recommend parents to prevent children from thumb-sucking, finger nail chewing, and forming abnormal swallowing patterns, since all these habits can move teeth and jaws into undesirable positions. Luckily, teeth can be easily straightened with the help of orthodontic treatment at Orthodontic Experts. Traditional

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We know how kids, teens and, even adults are often concerned about how would their life change after getting braces and wearing them for a prolonged period of time. Sometimes even Invisalign patients are worried and have their concerns. Therefore, when kids and teens are prepared and feeling positive about their orthodontic treatment, the process goes better and way more smoothly. Based on our experience, we would like to share with you some useful tips on how to get your

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Many children, teens and even adults experience discomfort and pain, speech difficulty and loss of confidence due to the issues with their bite. Quite often, only orthodontic treatment can fix bite problems. At Orthodontic Experts, we see patients with bite problems every single day, and we have a great experience with treating them, and making their smiles looking gorgeous. Therefore, we would like you to be aware about the most common types of bite issues: Underbite and Overbite An underbite

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It is very common when teenage patients or their parents ask us whether they would be able to continue playing sport or music instruments after they get braces or Invisalign. The answer is – yes, you can do your favorite activities, however, you need to remember about protection. If you do any contact sport activities, we highly recommend you to purchase a mouthguard and wear it during your activities in order to protect your mouth, teeth, gums and braces. If

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You have an allergy to metals and are worried whether you are able to wear braces to get a beautiful and healthy smile. Don’t worry – you definitely can get braces, even if you are suffering from metal allergies. The most common solution in this case is to get Ceramic Braces. This non-metal option is effective in straightening your teeth and enhances your smile just as good as metal braces. Ceramic braces do not contain any metal, which means that

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This is quite common question among braces-wearers: “What to do if a wire or a bracket breaks?” First of all, you should not hesitate to call us and ask questions concerning your specific situation. We will be happy to return your call to provide you with information on how you can fix the situation until your orthodontist can see you. Secondly, try to make an appointment as soon as possible. In case you cannot be immediately seen by your orthodontist

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Summer is coming, so the school is over soon! We think that it is a great opportunity for you to begin your orthodontic treatment. First of all, when the school is over, you have much more time to relax and not to worry about your homework, exams or extracurricular activities. This means that you can spend more time on achieving a smile of your dream and start taking care of your teeth. Secondly, getting braces can change your daily rituals

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Any type of orthodontic appliance in your mouth creates a possibility that your speech and pronunciation may change. Nevertheless, you shouldn’t be concerned about this if you are thinking of getting Invisalign. The chances of having speech impediments caused by Invisalign are very low. Though, when you have your Invisalign brace system placed for the first time, it is quite common for the patient to notice slight changes in their speech. Interestingly, this is often only noticeable for the patient,

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First and foremost, what is malocclusion? Malocclusion, simply put, is the misalignment or incorrect positioning of teeth. Edward Angle, a famous figure in dentistry coined the term “malocclusion” (mal- + occlusion = “incorrect occlusion”). With malocclusion, it can be difficult for your teeth to properly serve their purpose and perform vital functions. Healthline highlights that “your teeth should fit easily within your mouth without any crowding or spacing issues.” Ideally, the upper jaw’s teeth slightly overlap the teeth of the

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Orthodontists continue to address a genuine medical necessity as well as the perceived problem of oral asymmetry using different types of braces. Whether you have teeth that are crooked, have an upper jaw that is bigger than your lower jaw or a lower jaw that is bigger than your upper jaw, braces are what you need. These complications can be referred to as malocclusion. Braces have evolved dramatically over the years and today, orthodontists have the most efficient and comfortable

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