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What TADS Can Do For You

TADs are temporary anchorage devices. They are small, screw-like titanium implants that are temporarily installed in your jaw to anchor your orthodontics. TADs can offer many benefits for our patients. Moving teeth in the jaw is much like...

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Advantages of Self-Ligating Braces

Self-ligating braces are an innovative, technologically advanced type of braces. Although they look similar to conventional braces, they use self-ligating brackets that eliminate the need for elastic ties. Conventional braces need these elastics...

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How Do Orthodontics Work for Me?

Orthodontic treatment is used to fix malocclusions and misalignments. If your bite is not aligned properly or your teeth are crooked, you could benefit from treatment. We can help you decide if braces or another type of treatment is right for...

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Candidates for Lingual Braces

Lingual braces were first developed in the 1980s, and several brands are available. They are similar to conventional metal braces, but the brackets and wires are designed to attach to the backs, or tongue side of the teeth. They are not visible...

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Is Invisalign the Right Option for Me?

Do you often find yourself hiding your smile when meeting new people or having your picture taken? Are you embarrassed about the way your teeth look? Orthodontics can fix your smile, but if you want to avoid the look and feel of braces, clear...

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History of Braces

Hippocrates was the first to describe orthodontic problems around 400 B.C., but the roots of modern orthodontics extend all the way back to ancient Egypt. Archaeologists have found mummies with metal bands attached to their smiles, and believe these...

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What are TADs?

TADs, or temporary anchorage devices, are implants placed before braces and removed afterwards. The purpose of these devices can vary, but the goal is generally to ease more complex tooth movements. Here is more about temporary anchorage devices...

READ MORE »

Short-Term Orthodontic Options

When orthodontic work is required but major bite corrections are not, patients may want to consider short-term orthodontics. These types of braces offer permanent improvements to the positions of teeth that are only slightly misaligned rather...

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How Do Self-Ligating Braces Work?

Self-ligating braces, such as Damon braces, have different brackets from those of conventional braces. As a result, they offer impressive benefits related to treatment speed, comfort, and other factors. Below is a look at how this popular...

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What Is Propel Orthodontics?

Propel orthodontics make it easier for braces to straighten teeth, resulting in faster results for patients. The way Propel works is through alveocentesis, which essentially involves stimulation of growth in the tissues that hold teeth stationary....

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Blogs

What TADS Can Do For You

TADs are temporary anchorage devices. They are small, screw-like titanium implants that are temporarily installed in your jaw to anchor your orthodontics. TADs can offer many benefits for our patients. Moving teeth in the jaw is much like...

READ MORE »

Advantages of Self-Ligating Braces

Self-ligating braces are an innovative, technologically advanced type of braces. Although they look similar to conventional braces, they use self-ligating brackets that eliminate the need for elastic ties. Conventional braces need these elastics...

READ MORE »

How Do Orthodontics Work for Me?

Orthodontic treatment is used to fix malocclusions and misalignments. If your bite is not aligned properly or your teeth are crooked, you could benefit from treatment. We can help you decide if braces or another type of treatment is right for...

READ MORE »

Candidates for Lingual Braces

Lingual braces were first developed in the 1980s, and several brands are available. They are similar to conventional metal braces, but the brackets and wires are designed to attach to the backs, or tongue side of the teeth. They are not visible...

READ MORE »

Is Invisalign the Right Option for Me?

Do you often find yourself hiding your smile when meeting new people or having your picture taken? Are you embarrassed about the way your teeth look? Orthodontics can fix your smile, but if you want to avoid the look and feel of braces, clear...

READ MORE »

History of Braces

Hippocrates was the first to describe orthodontic problems around 400 B.C., but the roots of modern orthodontics extend all the way back to ancient Egypt. Archaeologists have found mummies with metal bands attached to their smiles, and believe these...

READ MORE »

What are TADs?

TADs, or temporary anchorage devices, are implants placed before braces and removed afterwards. The purpose of these devices can vary, but the goal is generally to ease more complex tooth movements. Here is more about temporary anchorage devices...

READ MORE »

Short-Term Orthodontic Options

When orthodontic work is required but major bite corrections are not, patients may want to consider short-term orthodontics. These types of braces offer permanent improvements to the positions of teeth that are only slightly misaligned rather...

READ MORE »

How Do Self-Ligating Braces Work?

Self-ligating braces, such as Damon braces, have different brackets from those of conventional braces. As a result, they offer impressive benefits related to treatment speed, comfort, and other factors. Below is a look at how this popular...

READ MORE »

What Is Propel Orthodontics?

Propel orthodontics make it easier for braces to straighten teeth, resulting in faster results for patients. The way Propel works is through alveocentesis, which essentially involves stimulation of growth in the tissues that hold teeth stationary....

READ MORE »

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