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Learn How to Brush Your Teeth Correctly
If you have the habit of beginning to brush you teeth in the same location each time, then make a change today. After you put a dollop of toothpaste on a toothbrush, you will begin to brush your teeth while moving the toothpaste over your teeth and gums. When you always begin brushing in the same location, those teeth get a full dose of fluoride while other teeth get less. You probably use the same routine to brush your teeth without realizing it, but you can make a change by using your other hand to brush or keeping a record of how you brush your teeth.
Orthodontic Treatments That Will Straighten Your Teeth
In addition to brushing your teeth in a new way, don’t forget to visit an orthodontist to determine if you need treatment. If you are having problems removing the debris from your teeth with brushing, then you might need to straighten your teeth with Invisalign aligners or braces. The best time to undergo orthodontic treatment is at a young age to repair the bones in the mouth in addition to your teeth, but more adults also want to straighten their teeth.
Call Us Today
When you are looking for a knowledgeable orthodontist in Ohio, call Papandreas Orthodontics in Ohio. Dr. Samuel Papandreas has two state-of-art facilities to choose from in these cities:
• North Royalton – 440-582-8585
• Brunswick – 330-558-9092
Our orthodontist offers a variety of treatment for children, teenagers and adults, and you might need to wear these devices to repair your malocclusions:
• Invisalign aligners – for teenagers or adults
• Palatal expanders – to increase the size of your palate
• Braces – metal or color-matching ceramics
• Retainers – to keep teeth in the correct positions
You can schedule an appointment with Papandreas Orthodontics to learn about the best type of orthodontic treatment for you and your children to improve your smile correct your dental bite.
Tooth brushing Mistake No.8: “Not Following Up With a Rinse”
Dr. Papandreas is a member of the American Association of Orthodontists, Cleveland Dental Society, Ohio Dental Association and the Schulman Study Group of top orthodontic practices nationally.