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Mouthwash vs Flossing: What’s The Best With Braces?

Mouthwash vs Flossing | Flossing vs Mouthwash | When to use Mouthwash | When to Floss | Mouthwash vs Floss Benefits | Why Do We Need Both Mouthwash vs Flossing When it comes to proper oral care, it is more about effectiveness than convenience. No doubt both mouthwash and flossing are important components of oral

The Top 5 Myths About Orthodontics

Even though, orthodontics is becoming increasingly popular, there are still many people who doubt that orthodontics is something for them. We’d like to dispel your and concerns by explaining these myths in detail. Myth #1: My kid has to wait until their jaws and teeth are developed before visiting an orthodontist. The truth is that

IS IT NORMAL IF MY TEETH MOVE AFTER BRACES/INVISALIGN COME OFF?

You’ve finished a course of braces or Invisalign, have been wearing your retainer and still notice some tooth movement. If you’ve been experiencing this phenomenon – relax and take a deep breath. In most instances, it’s completely normal! Our orthodontists say the first three months after debonding (getting braces removed) are the most critical, as your

PLANNING TO DO SOME WINTER SPORTS? DON’T FORGET TO WEAR A SPORTS MOUTHGUARD FOR BRACES!

If you do any contact sport activities this holiday season, we highly recommend you to purchase a mouthguard and wear it during your activities in order to protect your mouth, teeth, gums and braces. A mouthguard absorbs the force of contact and protects against teeth breaking, chipping or getting knocked out. A mouthguard is a protective

Shift Happens. The Importance of Wearing a Retainer.

Perhaps you already know that tooth movement is first and foremost a natural biological process. Any type of internal or external pressure can move teeth. For this reason gum disease, thumb sucking, fingernail chewing and tongue a swallowing can move teeth and jaws in wrong positions. Luckily, Orthodontic Experts know how to deal with this

Beware Of Those Christmas Goodies!

At Orthodontic Experts we know how hard it is to maintain a healthy diet over the holiday season. Actually… who can resist the tasty Christmas treats? With your family and everybody else offering you yummy candy, chocolates or Christmas puffing you can’t just say “No” and stay happy. Perhaps, you already know that every sugary

Don’t Wait for Santa!

 As 2018 approaches, most of you have been thinking a lot about what we wish to get in the new year. From our experience, we can tell that this time of year is when a lot of patients starting their journey with us to a straighter, healthier smile. Some prefer to wait till the New

Fear of Dental Impressions? Here is What You Need to Know

Dental Impressions are important part of your treatment records as well as to make retainers and other appliances fit your teeth and gums perfectly. Nevertheless, often, patients dislike the experience of getting dental impressions, as it causes lots of mess, gagging, and discomfort. Nevertheless, Orthodontic Experts wants the patients to have the best experience possible

Are braces bothering you in photos?

It happens that patients feel embarrassed about their braces on photos, so we would like to give you some tips on how you can enjoy your pictures more without hiding your smile. First of all, confidence and some irony would help you to look good on your photos. A relaxed, genuine face expression always looks

Overbite Children’s

“Better Late than Never” – Perhaps… but not if it’s about your child’s teeth! American Association of Orthodontics recommends visiting an orthodontist when a kid reaches the age of seven. By this age, the mouth and jaw of your kid are grown enough to predict how they’ll develop when their permanent teeth arrive and further

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