Posts Tagged ‘orthodontist Palm Beach Gardens’
Getting Your Braces Taken Off
You did it! You’ve successfully reached the end of your orthodontic treatment and you are ready to gaze upon your bright and straight new smile. You’ve no doubt been anticipating this moment for quite some time, so it can be easy to think the work is all done. However, there is a little bit more…Read More
Can I Drink Soda While I Have Braces?
It’s a question on many orthodontic patients’ minds…what can I eat and drink with braces, and is soda an option for me? There are soda lovers everywhere who prefer the taste of a sugary beverage on a hot summer day; however, you may want to reconsider that hydration option. Now more than ever, we are…Read More
Why You Need a Retainer and How Long You Have to Wear It
Your braces are off and you have a perfect smile. After months or years of hard work, you’re finally able to enjoy your smile, free from the brackets and wires or plastic aligners, but what comes next? Your orthodontist is about to preach to you about the importance of wearing your retainer. Maintaining your perfect…Read More
What Is Invisalign Lite?
The Invisalign system has been taking the world of orthodontics by storm. Gone are the days of only having one treatment method available to you when it comes to correcting your smile. With Invisalign, patients have the chance to fix the issues with their teeth while still living life without any hassle due to orthodontic…Read More
Are Ceramic Braces Right for You?
The news that you need braces may not be met with shrieks of joy and excitement. You may think you’re not ready to deal with altering your appearance for a period of months or years. The good news is, with the different types of products available today, you won’t have to worry about your braces…Read More
What Is Early Orthodontics?
You may have heard a parent talk about how their child has just started orthodontic treatment at the age of eight. How can that be? After all, aren’t kids that age a little young to be starting treatment, especially if they still have their baby teeth? Well, not exactly. You see, early orthodontics seeks to…Read More