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Many people think that since adult teeth are permanent, they will not move or change over the adult lifetime. This isn’t true—adult teeth can and do shift over your lifetime, whether or not you had braces as a child or teenager. Why does this happen, and what can you do about it? Here are a few things that can …

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A gap between two teeth in your smile is technically known as diastema. This gap could happen between your two front teeth or between any of your other teeth. You might also have a missing tooth that causes a gap you’d like to close. When it comes to your treatment for closing the gap in your smile, you have …

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Since the American Association of Orthodontists recommends that children have their first orthodontist visit by age 7, your child could have braces before they reach their 10th birthday! It can seem difficult to ensure your child will keep his or her mouth clean with braces, but the truth is that having braces …

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You have the option of having straight teeth at any age. There’s no age bracket for orthodontic work. In fact, over one million people who are receiving orthodontic treatment are adults! You’re not alone in seeking a perfect smile and you have options when it comes to less visible forms of treatment. Here are your …

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Impacted wisdom teeth happen when there’s no room for your wisdom teeth to emerge. Your third molars will try to erupt through your gumline, but due to an underlying problem, won’t be able to. What this means is that wisdom teeth get stuck either underneath the gumline or only partially erupt through the gumline. …

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If you need braces, you might be feeling a little overwhelmed by your potential treatment. Or maybe your child needs braces and you’re worried about how long the treatment will be. While orthodontics can correct many issues with your smile, the length of treatment is discouraging to some people. Fortunately, …

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Getting your child’s oral health care needs addressed is something to think about early on! Although many people put off the dentist until their child has a few teeth in, the truth is that your little one needs to get in to see an oral health care professional before that. As your child grows, seeking a …

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If you had braces as a child or teenager, you probably aren’t anxious to repeat the experience. Although cumbersome for some teens, most adults are happy that they received treatment and have a straight smile today. But what happens when you already had braces as a kid but need them again as an adult? Here are a …

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Getting orthodontic work done is one of the best things you can do for your smile. This corrective work will restore your natural bite, correct any crooked or crowded teeth, and leave you with a gorgeous smile that you can be proud of for life. It’s important to be prepared for what will happen once your treatment …

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