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Are you back-to-school ready this school year? Though it seems like summer has just started, the days are already getting shorter again. Before long, parents will be thinking about everything that needs to be done to prepare for the school year. That’s why we wanted to provide them with some helpful resources to make back-to-school…continue reading blog →
Why Bite Correction is Important Have you ever tried to drive a car when its axles aren’t aligned properly? It’s a lot like trying to function with orthodontic issues—like an overbite, which is when your front teeth overlap more than they’re meant to. After all, your car’s axles and your jaw both have ideal alignments…continue reading blog →
Resist the temptation to skip the dentist during orthodontic care There’s a popular saying that “teamwork makes the dream work.” This isn’t just a catchy saying. It’s also very true! It applies to many areas of our lives—including orthodontic treatment. Straightening your child’s teeth is an investment that’ll benefit them for a lifetime, but the…continue reading blog →
Treating Gum Disease With Your Dentist Gum disease is sneaky. It’s an expert at slipping in and going unnoticed because it’s often completely painless until in very advanced stages. In fact, nearly half of all American adults who are 30 years old or more have signs of gum disease. That’s surprisingly common, right? Despite this,…continue reading blog →
Restore and Protect Your Gum Health with Periodontal Treatment Everything’s easier when you have a game plan. Whether it’s football, getting your kids out the door on time, or your oral health, having a game plan helps you know what steps to take next and which individual elements of your plan you should be paying…continue reading blog →
Over 4 million children and adults in the United States have braces to straighten teeth. Having straight teeth isn’t just about appearance but may give your child the ability to speak and eat better, and offer more comfort. When you’re thinking about getting your child braces, you might have many questions about braces and clear…continue reading blog →
11 Frequently Asked Questions About Orthodontic Treatment Making the decision to pursue orthodontic treatment is not always an easy one. Between finding the best orthodontist in your area, keeping up with appointments, and knowing the do’s and don’ts of dental care, you may feel overwhelmed. Worry not, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve compiled…continue reading blog →
Cosmetic Dentistry And What a Cosmetic Dentist Can Do For You Modern cosmetic dentistry brings us a host of innovative procedures that have made cosmetic improvements more affordable than ever. That means that a cosmetic dentist can give pretty much anyone the smile they deserve. Here at The Tooth Doc, we are proud to be…continue reading blog →
Restore your teeth in a single dental visit with tooth bonding. It happens. Either from an accident or just biting down wrong on a weakened tooth, your tooth is suddenly chipped, cracked, or broken. Now what? Thankfully, modern dentists have a variety of restorative techniques at their disposal to fix these types of issues with…continue reading blog →
There is no greater asset than a perfect smile. The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) reports that over one-third of adults are unhappy with their smiles. Nowadays it is not only common, but expected to see adults correcting their smile imperfections to improve their careers and relationships. Orthodontic treatment has several health benefits in addition…continue reading blog →
Getting your child assessed by an orthodontist early can avoid serious long-term orthodontic issues. In fact, the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) recommends that children have their first orthodontic visit by age seven to identify issues that can be corrected early. Most children won’t need early orthodontic intervention, but for those who do, their oral…continue reading blog →
Preparing to take your child to the dentist in those early years can come with a bit of anxiety and worry for both parents and child. Just as babies develop healthy attachments to familiar people, even younger children such as toddlers and preschoolers can react negatively to those they don’t know well. Add into the…continue reading blog →
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