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7 Facts About Kids (Dental Sports Injuries)

UPDATED 28-11-18

What sport do you think causes the most dental injuries with kids? If you guessed football… you are right. The ADA estimated that faceguards and mouth guards prevent approximately 200,000 injuries each year in high school and college football alone. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry states the children between the ages of 7-11 are the most susceptible to injury. When all is said and done, it is up to parents to ensure their kids are protected during practices and games. Especially at a younger age, train kids of the importance of wearing mouthguards when they are older and on their own.

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9 Signs of a Good Orthodontist (EASY READ)

Not all orthodontists are as good as others. Some have more experience, a wider range of expertise, use newer and less invasive methods, and some just take more time to make sure the process is going as planned. Finding someone to do great orthodontic work doesn’t have to be stressful, though, even though it is a huge decision to make. As long as you know the signs of a good doctor and check for all of them, you will feel comfortable with the one you choose.

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The (Real) Effects of Sugar in Snacks

We all want to grab a snack whenever we are too lazy to cook or even when we have that persistent craving that just won’t go. Research has shown that three out of five people in the world are consumers of sugary snacks whether intentionally or even when they are not aware. Yes, it is possible to consume it without knowing.

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Devices that Speed Up Treatment (Explained)

Firstly, an orthodontist is a highly specialized professional who focuses on preventing, diagnosing, and correcting misaligned teeth and jaws. This dental specialist helps patients improve their oral health through orthodontic treatment designed to align teeth and improve bites with the help of corrective appliances and braces.

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The Definitive Guide (to 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.

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What are Temporary Anchorage Devices (TAD’s)?

What are temporary anchorage devices (TAD’s)? Having crooked teeth is something that affects someone’s confidence especially when it comes to social situations. Earlier, such kind of teeth was fixed using bite blocks, high-pull headgear, elastics, and functional appliances. When someone had serious cases of crooked teeth, it was fixed through surgery. TAD’s or Temporary Anchorage Devices are now available in place of the earlier treatment methods. Instead of going for surgery, these minimally invasive implants are used, but not all TADs can correct all cases. There are situations where surgery is the only option.

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Justin Bieber & 9 Other Celebrities (Using Invisalign)

Justin Bieber & Other Celebrities are Using Invisalign. Ever wonder how celebrities like Justin Bieber got their dazzlingly straight teeth? We’ve all seen stars on the red carpet flash their pearly whites and thought to ourselves, “There’s no way they were born with those teeth!”

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11 Amazing Reasons (Why Teenagers Love Invisalign)

Why do teenagers love Invisalign? A smile is one of the first things people notice about a person. However, many teenagers today do not want traditional braces for a host of reasons. Instead, young adults are choosing Invisalign aligners for their teeth straightening needs. Teenagers find this to be an easier and less visible way to perfect their smiles. The following are some of the reasons the plastic aligners tops traditional braces in the modern world.

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Orthodontic Treatment – Before and After (CHECKLIST)

What your child should expect before and after braces. While most parents include oral hygiene as part of child care, many do not really consider the possibility that their child may need braces at some point in order to be able to chew or bite properly. The American Dental Association recommends visiting an orthodontist for an evaluation at around 6 or 7 years old when permanent teeth begin to come in.

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How Can Early Treatment Save? (Time, Money, and Effort)

How can early treatment save time, money, and effort? According to the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO), the optimal time for your child to have their first orthodontic evaluation is at the tender age of seven.

“Wow!” you might be thinking. “Seven? Isn’t that a bit early?” Actually, the AAO recommends scheduling your child’s first visit no later than age seven, but even earlier if needed (and especially if you have a family history of orthodontic issues). Today, this is often known as “interceptive orthodontics.”

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