Debunking The Most Common Myths About Invisalign Treatment
19 January 2016
If you're looking to receive orthodontic treatment to achieve a straighter smile, then you might be wondering which treatment option is best for your needs. These days, there are two very common options: traditional, metal braces and clear Invisalign trays. Both come with their inherent advantages, but in order to make a well informed decision, there are some myths about Invisalign trays that you should know the truth behind.
Myth 1: Invisalign Isn't for Major Orthodontic Treatment
5 Reasons For A Dental Extraction
30 December 2015
Most people try to avoid having any of their adult teeth removed. The thought of a dental extraction may cause concern and anxiety. However, there are multiple reasons why a dental extraction may become necessary. Here are a few:
If there is too little room in your mouth, overcrowding may result. The close placement of the teeth can cause dental misalignment, and the crowding teeth may need to be removed before an orthodontic option, such as braces, can be applied.
4 Things To Know About Invisible Braces
12 December 2015
If you have an imperfect smile in your adult years, it can be quite embarrassing. You may want to consider some approach to correcting your smile, but conventional braces just may not be an option for you. Having a mouth full of metal may not be appealing for you if you work in a space that requires you to constantly meet with clients or give presentations. This is because conventional braces can impair your regular speech and be distracting.
Answering Routine Questions Concerning Impacted Teeth
20 November 2015
Dental problems can take a number of shapes, and it is important for you to be as informed as possible about these issues when you encounter them. In particular, impacted teeth is a fairly common issue that dental patients may need addressed. Regardless of which tooth is impacted, you may benefit from having the following couple of questions answered when deciding how to proceed with this issue.
Is An Impacted Tooth Always A Minor Problem?