Sensitive Teeth and Orthodontics

On a hot summer day, it is common to find yourself seeking a cool refreshment to make you more comfortable in the heat. What is not as common is feeling a sharp pain through your teeth once you take a bite or sip of a cool treat. We aren’t talking about brain...

Braces, Mouthguards, and Sports

We understand that orthodontic treatment can result in many changes to your everyday life such as your diet and oral hygiene habits. However, one thing that shouldn’t change is your participation in sports. Braces don’t always mean a spot on the bench for the season!...

Visiting The Orthodontist During COVID-19

We want you to know that even now, we are still here for you and your orthodontic needs. We are committed to the health and safety of our patients, staff, families, and community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Though your experience may look different now as we take...

The Oral Health Connection

From a young age, we are taught the importance of taking care of our teeth with brushing and flossing to prevent cavities and other painful oral conditions, but poor oral hygiene can lead to more than a toothache. Did you know that your oral health and general health...

Invisible braces for teens

Invisible Braces For Teens As we all know, braces are the most common way of straightening one’s teeth. Dental braces improve how our teeth look and work. By spreading the biting pressure all over our teeth, braces can also make eating much more comfortable. About 70%...

Flossing with Braces

When you have orthodontic treatment, a significant portion of your teeth may be covered allowing food particles to easily get trapped between your teeth and behind brackets, wires, and rubber bands. During your treatment, we cannot emphasize enough how important it is...