cleaning invisalign trays

The Do’s and Don’ts of Cleaning Invisalign Trays

If you've decided your orthodontic treatment of choice is Invisalign, it's important to take the proper steps to maintain your new set of invisible braces. While patients typically switch out aligners for a new tray every couple of weeks, don't let the short turn-around time between trays fool you. The journey toward straighter teeth runs through a meticulous maintenance routine.... read more »

can you eat with invisalign

Can You Eat With an Invisalign in? 9 Common Questions Answered

Do you struggle with crooked teeth? Or maybe you feel that your teeth are too spaced or overcrowded, and you cannot live with the ‘not too perfect smile.’ It would help if you considered getting Invisalign. Everyone, regardless of their age, feels more confident after getting their teeth fixed. The best part about Invisalign is that they are invisible and... read more »


7 Questions to Ask Your Orthodontist

Did you know that 70% of Americans feel self-conscious about their teeth? Crookedness is one of the top things that they're insecure about! What's great about modern medicine is that there are so many ways to fix your teeth to get the perfect smile you've always wanted. For example, you can go to an orthodontist, who can give you a... read more »

getting braces as an adult

What to Know Before Getting Braces as an Adult

You're well into your adult years . . . and yet your teeth are still crooked. As such, you're considering getting braces.  But before you do, you want a little more information on the matter. Fortunately, you've come to the right place. Below, we're going to get deep into the idea of getting braces as an adult, helping you determine... read more »

what is an underbite

What Is an Underbite and How Do You Go About Fixing It?

If you're worried that you or your child might have an underbite, then it's important that you speak with your orthodontist. But what is an underbite, exactly?  An underbite is a dental condition in which the lower teeth extend outward past the upper front teeth. This condition is also known as prognathism or Class III malocclusion. Some instances of underbite can be severe... read more »