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Invisalign Express Cost [for Only Upper Teeth]

Invisalign Express is an option for you if you don’t quite need the same level of treatment that some other patients need on their teeth. For example, you may only need the upper or lower row of teeth in your mouth straightened. The following is some information for your reference about the cost of such a procedure and how it may differ from some other forms of treatment.

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Can I [Request to] Get My Braces Off Early?

Everyone wants to have a beautiful smile to show off, but it is rare to be born with the perfect set of pearly whites. Adults and children alike can suffer from teeth crowding, overbites or underbites, teeth gapping, and other dental issues as well. These common problems can be unsightly but can be easily fixed with the help of braces.

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7 Tips for Brushing Your Teeth [with Braces]

There are some people who were born with perfect teeth, and unfortunately, there are some people who weren’t. If your child has an overbite, an underbite, crowded teeth, or gaps in their teeth, you should make an appointment for a consultation with an orthodontist. In most cases, they will recommend braces for your child.

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Sports Drinks Acidity – [5 Tips]

Recent studies have revealed that the popularity of sports drinks and energy drinks is rapidly increasing. There are a large amount of people around the world who are not only enjoying energy drinks to help them hydrate and exercise but also daily with meals and more.

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Understanding Braces and Speech [Issues]

When you and your children hear that braces are coming up in their near future, you may both have a variety of concerns. For example, kids are often nervous about how they are going to eat their favorite foods. As a parent, you may have concerns about your children’s speech; you may assume that since they are having devices placed on their teeth, they will struggle to speak correctly.

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8 Facts about Tooth-Whitening [for Children & Teens]

Adults usually consider some tooth-whitening product or treatment when their teeth do not look so pearly white. Due to the nature of ingredients included in these products, they might not be the best option for children & teens. Several concerns exist as to why they might not be safe. Here are eight facts about tooth-whitening for children & teens that are more than worth considering.

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6 Awesome Treatment Options [After Braces Come off]

You remember the days when you wore braces. At first, you may have felt as though you were the only kid in school with braces on, but slowly, all of your friends started to make regular visits to the orthodontist as well. Yet a major difference exists between them and you. They are happy with their results, and you are still staring in the mirror wondering what is wrong with your teeth.

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What Is a Palatal Expander – [5 Amazing Answers]

After visiting an orthodontist for an examination, you may need to have a palatal expander inserted in your mouth before beginning orthodontic treatment. In addition to fitting and monitoring a patient’s palatal expander, Dr. Panucci offers a variety of orthodontic treatments.

 

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What is the Right Time for an [Orthodontist] Checkup?

Whenever a child’s teeth emerge, they start to shape the jaw line and make various changes which may or may not cause problems in the future. It is important to have a child screened and evaluated by an orthodontic specialist very early. It is never too late to have a checkup though and most experts will recommend having an orthodontic checkup before age seven, as an orthodontist can determine whether or not there may be issues down the line that may cause discomfort or dangers to the bite.

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7 Ways To Clean Your [Clear Plastic] Orthodontic Aligners

 If you have misaligned teeth, then it is important to visit an orthodontic facility for a thorough examination. An examination at an orthodontic office includes X-rays of your mouth and facial structure to determine if you have mild to severe malocclusions. For mild to moderate malocclusions, you can often wear clear plastic aligners that are removable. Children cannot wear removable aligners because the devices can create a choking hazard for them, and due to a child’s rapid growth, it is difficult for them to have aligners that fit properly. However, teenagers and adults are the perfect candidates for Invisalign aligners that are customized to fit over their top and bottom teeth. Read more