It can be alarming when you find yourself in an emergency situation with your braces or orthodontics. Find out how to recognize an emergency, and what to do about it!
Check out the articles here for recent news and relevant information to help you make the appropriate choice for orthodontic treatment in Surrey.
For many people, linugal braces are the best of two worlds when it comes to orthodontic treatment. On one hand, they force consistent wear (unlike removable aligners), but are also invisible when worn. Like any orthodontic treatment though, they have their pros and cons.
Whether you have braces or Invisalign, you will have to pay periodic visits to your orthodontist’s office throughout your treatment process, so that your orthodontist can monitor your progress.
Lingual braces go behind the teeth, keeping them hidden from sight, and “translucent” braces are made of a tooth-coloured ceramic material that blends in with the colour of your teeth. We hope this post will help you decide which option would be best for you!
There's normal, day-to-day discomfort associated with wearing braces, and then there are true orthodontic emergencies. But how do you differentiate the two? We'd like to shed some light on this question here, and let you know what you should do if you do have an emergency.
Now and then, we like to share books and other media related to wearing braces, and orthodontics in general. This week, we’re excited to share the fun and interactive ‘The Braces Journal’ by Dan Price.
Tongue thrusting (also called reverse swallowing or immature swallow) is an orofacial muscular imbalance that causes the tongue to protrude through the anterior incisors during speech, swallowing, and in some cases when the tongue is at rest. It can cause serious orthodontic problems if unaddressed.
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