Keep me cavity-free? If you want your child’s teeth to remain strong and healthy throughout their adolescent and adult years, it’s important that they learn how to properly brush, floss, and maintain proper oral health care. In the event that your child doesn’t take care of their teeth during their formative years, cavities are more likely. Which can be very detrimental to the quality of your child’s teeth. If you really want your child to be cavity-free, there are a number of rules that you should follow.
Orthodontics…Did you know that the field of orthodontics is the very first recognized specialty within the dental profession? The need for straightening crooked teeth with orthodontic treatment has been around for centuries. Fortunately, the methods to achieve this have never been more effective and available, thanks to modern advancements within the orthodontic profession. Here are some additional facts you never knew about orthodontics. Let’s get investigating.
Invisible braces are here. While metal braces were once among the only options when someone wanted to have their teeth straightened, you no longer need to worry about metal being glued to the front of your teeth for them to be straightened. New and exciting options are being developed on an almost constant basis, many of which are designed to appear invisible. In this post, we’ll take you through the differences in invisible braces and what to do next to get a new smile. Let’s get cracking.
Some people know their children need braces, but they don’t get braces because they’re scared. Also, most kids are scared to get braces because of fear. There are many different reasons that parents and children are afraid of getting braces. When the only thing that lies between your child and a beautiful smile is a fear of having braces, there are a few ways you can help them conquer their fears. In this post, we’ll show you how to overcome your fear of braces. Let’s get going.
Effects of vaping on teeth. If you’ve ever vaped before, you’ve likely done so primarily because you’ve been told that this practice is much better for your health than smoking traditional tobacco. While there are some benefits that come with vaping when compared to smoking, there are a variety of issues that can stem from using e-cigarettes. Although they lack the tar found in standard cigarettes that leads to decay. your teeth can still be adversely affected by them. In this post, we’ll show you the effects of vaping on teeth. Let’s get cracking.
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.