Are you letting some of the most common orthodontic health myths affect your child’s mouth?
Let your child know they don’t have to be afraid of the orthodontist with these three strategies.
Taking your child’s oral health into consideration is a vital part of their overall well-being.
DIY orthodontic treatment is on the rise, and with it dangerous health repercussions.
We address some of the benefits of preventative and early orthodontic treatment for children.
Early intervention is key when it comes to your children’s dental health.
It is important for you to be proactive and consistent with your children’s dental and orthodontic care to ensure healthy teeth and gums in the long run.
By supervising teeth brushing, being proactive about dentist and orthodontist visits and using Fluoride, you can help ensure the health of your children’s teeth and teach them good habits for the long run.
Easing your child’s fears of orthodontist visits can help us work together in creating the most effective plan of treatment
Scheduling an orthodontic appointment for your child at as early as age six and seven can help prevent issues from flaring up down the line.