There are many orthodontic and dental terms used in an orthodontic office. You may have come across a few, including the term “an impacted tooth”. Wondering what this term means? At Windermere Orthodontics, we are here to help simplify and explain these terms to help our patients have a clear understanding of their treatment plan.
When it comes to orthodontic treatment, at Windermere Orthodontics you can think of us as your child’s smile partner. We are here to help support their orthodontic needs and look out for their oral and overall health. Often we are asked, “How will my child’s life change during orthodontic treatment?”. Treatment can involve different plans for each patient, but overall it should not significantly affect their day to day lives. Some minor changes should be implemented to keep their orthodontic treatment on track and their smiles healthy and strong!
It’s an exciting time of the year to set new goals and resolutions! Whether we aim to exercise regularly or eat healthier, we all want to bring about positive change into our lives. One important New Year’s resolution can be to assess your smile for orthodontic treatment!
At Windermere Orthodontics, we are proud to serve as a professional and comprehensive resource for orthodontic treatment in Suwanee and Cumming. While we provide orthodontic treatment to our patients, we are also here to help our patients gain factual knowledge for their general oral health too. Today, we are discussing a current trend in orthodontic health known as “DIY Orthodontics.”
Halloween is just around the corner – one of the most exciting celebrations for our little ones all year. However, when children and teens are undergoing orthodontic treatment (such as wearing braces), some Halloween treats can be problematic for their oral health.
Dr. Gorlovsky of Windermere Orthodontics ( Suwanee and Cumming) and his team care about your smile and your health. Orthodontics is a specialty of dentistry that that deals with the diagnosis, prevention and correction of malpositioned teeth and jaws.
Achieving a perfect smile with healthy and straight teeth is the ultimate goal of every orthodontic treatment. When undergoing treatment, there may be some adjustments that need to be made to your lifestyle choices such as diet or daily activities.
Like adults, children experience snoring and mouth breathing problems. According to the National Sleep Foundation, snoring in children happens mostly on occasion and about 10 percent or more snore at night. If your child snores, there is also a good chance that he/she is also a mouth breather.