Oral health. When it comes to your oral health, it is all about keeping your teeth in great shape. And seeing an expert when needed. Unfortunately, a lot of people forgo routine oral health and care. So they find that their teeth just aren’t in the shape that they need or want them to be. If you have always wanted a straight and beautiful smile, you first need to care for the teeth. But you may also want to consider having orthodontics done for your own benefit. In this post, we’ll give you a definitive guide to oral health. Let’s get cracking.
It happens all the time: A child or an adult doesn’t want to smile because he or she has crooked teeth. The person feels ashamed and embarrassed. Worse yet, the person is afraid to visit an orthodontist to talk about it. But that doesn’t have to be the way it is! By following these four pro tips, you’ll be able to set your expectations for a first-time visit to an orthodontist and be able to predict what will happen. In this post, we’ll take you through what to expect seeing an orthodontist in 2020. Let’s get cracking.
Hello Papandreas Orthodontics Patients and Families!
We hope that all of you are staying safe and healthy. Per Governor Mike DeWine’s recent Order we are pleased to announce the re-opening of our offices this week. Please read this post in its entirety as it outlines important information regarding your upcoming visits.
Why Do I Need Teeth Removed for My Braces? The process of getting braces involves a strategy that a specialist tailors to your specific dental situation. Your orthodontist might suggest that you have some teeth pulled allowing space. He might want to pull just one or two teeth or notify you that he would like to remove four or more. In this post, we’ll answer the question – Do I need teeth removed for my braces? Let’s get cracking.
If you’re the parent of a child who needs or wants braces to make their teeth shorter, you may be thinking about any potential risks that come with wearing braces for a lengthy period of time. If you’re wondering whether or not braces make the roots of your teeth shorter, the answer is a comprehensive one that takes several factors into account, as the shortening of tooth roots is possible. In this post, we’ll FIND OUT Roots of your Teeth Do Braces SHORTEN them? | 3 FAST FACTS. Let’s get started.
How often should you brush your teeth with braces? Be proud of your smile. It may not be easy to achieve the perfect smile, but it will be worth all of the work that you put into it. Children and adults can benefit from improved smiles and better oral health when orthodontic devices are used to correct misaligned teeth. In this post, we’ll show you how to brush teeth with braces. Let’s get brushing!
Is All Orthodontic Treatment the Same? It is a good question. In this post, we’ll show you the different types of orthodontic treatment options available for your particular issues. So, let’s get started.
Living close to Cleveland means that most events and festivals take place there. Since North Royalton and Brunswick are 11 and 18 miles respectively from Cleveland, you only have a short jaunt into town to see some cool things. You already know these things, so now you need to know that we’ve got a great list of local events and festivals to share with you. Get out your calendar and note of these cool things to see and do. In this post, we’ll show you what you can get up too in North Royalton and Brunswick, OH in 2020. Let’s get started.
What Happens After Invisalign Treatment Completed? Invisalign is one of the most popular orthodontic procedures because it removes the need for annoying, metal braces while still being able to perform the same function. However, there’s still a large question among patients wondering whether or not to get them, what happens once they come off? In this post, we’re going to show you exactly what you need to do after your Invisalign treatment ends. It’s time for the first step.
When it comes to orthodontists, these experts go through rigorous training in order to be able to work with their patients. Not only are they able to handle a range of orthodontic treatment, but they also work with pediatric patients. This allows them to correct misalignment and malocclusion issues that might have become a problem for those seeking their help. The great thing about choosing this type of professional is that they are fully trained and experienced when they are looking to work with their clients. In this post, we’re going to show you 5 things that make a pediatric orthodontist. Let’s get cracking.