The main reason why most children and adults seek orthodontic care is due to a problem with their mouth or teeth. This can range from slight discomforts to severe pain. We’ve compiled a list of common problems that are a clear indicator that it’s time to seek care.
Your orthodontist will be in charge of your oral health which is a big responsibility. It’s important to find one that is qualified and in your network. We can help walk you through the process of choosing the right orthodontist.
Both a dentist and orthodontist are responsible for caring for your mouth and teeth, but there are clear differences in their practice. We’ve outlined the difference between the two professionals to help you better understand the purpose and importance of each.
It’s a common misconception to believe that you can receive adequate orthodontic care at home. We’ve compiled a list of reasons why you should not seek at home care and instead opt to visit your orthodontist in person.
When you step foot in an orthodontist’s office for the first time, you’ll probably hear some unfamiliar words being thrown around. To help you better understand what’s being said, we’ve compiled a list of orthodontic terms and definitions.