When you begin contemplating the decision of permanent vs removable retainers, it’s time for a hearty “congratulations!” After all, this means your time in braces or with your Invisalign treatment are behind you and that you now have the smile you’ve always wanted. However, this doesn’t mean the treatment is over.
The biggest concern for most people is wondering how they’re going to look once they get their braces on. However, there are some other important changes that are often overlooked when it comes to living with braces. The biggest change typically involves how we eat and what we eat, which is why
Thumb sucking can be a regular source of both comfort and stress for both children and parents. Thumb or finger sucking, or the use of a pacifier can help children learn to self-soothe, which is an important coping mechanism and developmental ability. There are an endless number of self-proclaimed experts
If you’ve ever had braces, or been a parent of someone who has, you know that braces can transform your smile completely. You also probably know that can sometimes be some bumps along the path to that perfectly aligned smile. From that post-adjustment period, to poking wires, to broken brackets,