Many people associate orthodontic treatment with teenagers. You don’t have to wait until the teen years to correct your child’s bite and alignment of teeth. Being evaluated for orthodontic treatment early on is important to maintain good oral health.
Wearing metal braces requires some lifestyle changes. Just remember that orthodontic treatment is temporary, but the results will last a lifetime! When you properly care for your braces, you’ll have a better experience while you are in treatment. Follow these three tips for loving your braces this Valentine’s Day.
The teen years are an exciting time in your child’s life. They’re gaining their independence. They’re learning to drive and maybe even looking at colleges. As a parent, you’re wondering where the time went.
The holiday season is upon us, which means plenty of family time, wonderful food, and busy schedules. While you run around attending parties and purchasing gifts, it’s important to maintain good oral hygiene habits to ensure that your mouth stays healthy, especially if you are wearing braces. Check out these tips to keep your teeth beautiful, while improving your smile on the go this holiday season.
If you’re getting ready for the holidays in Suwanee, then you know there will be many treats to tempt you during this holiday season, including the local peach cobbler. The busy pace of December makes it easy to forget that you can use the winter break to focus on your child’s oral health. We believe that every mouth with uneven or crooked teeth, crowding, or a misaligned bite can be fixed. It just starts with a thorough examination by our highly-trained orthodontist, Dr. Michael Gorlovsky. The Windermere Orthodontics team is standing by to develop a custom treatment plan for each new patient!
Thanksgiving is almost here! We know that each of our patients have so much to be thankful for – friends, family, and of course their hard work towards a beautiful and healthy smile! At Windermere Orthodontics, we want you to enjoy the Thanksgiving festivities, including the feast! Here are a few guidelines to make sure you enjoy a safe holiday dinner:
It is important to have an easy, effective and fun oral hygiene routine. This is especially true for those of us undergoing orthodontic treatment! If you are not brushing thoroughly, food can get trapped behind the wires of your braces.
We are celebrating National Orthodontic Health Month at Windermere Orthodontics! It’s the perfect time learn more about the benefits of orthodontic treatment, healthy smiles and the importance of good overall oral health!