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Clear Braces for Teens

Some teenagers enjoy wearing metal tooth braces in high school. Braces and wires can be tempting and may take a little more work than some teenagers to manage properly. If the teenager in your life could benefit from a smile but doesn’t want to commit to traditional braces, consider Invisalign clear aligners. Invisalign treatment for teens is designed to meet your teen’s social and emotional needs while

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Orthodontic Treatment for Seniors

Conventional thinking says that orthodontic treatment, including braces, is only for teenagers or perhaps young adults. However, the field of dentistry and orthodontics has changed a lot in recent years. Not only that, but people are living longer, and many older people have more disposable income than previous generations. Whether an older person simply wants

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What are the options regarding braces for adults?

Who is suitable for orthodontic treatment? Orthodontic treatment is an option for most adults with crooked teeth or an uneven bite, as well as children and teenagers. Some of the most common situations in which orthodontic treatment may be considered in adults are: Crowded, crooked, or misaligned teeth Deep bite Jaw and/or facial asymmetry The

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How To Choose An Orthodontist

Tips for Finding a Good Orthodontist When choosing an orthodontist for yourself or a loved one, it can be difficult to know who to consult. Orthodontic treatment to straighten teeth and create a beautiful smile is an important aspect of oral health. Its effects can last the rest of your life! Here are our tips

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Teens and Retainer Compliance

Explain the importance of a retainer A retainer is usually prescribed after orthodontic treatment to prevent the teeth from returning to their pre-treatment position. Contact Dr. April Lee at Burlingame Smile Studio to set up an orthodontic consultation we serve Burlingame, CA, Hillsborough, and Millbrae. Your teen will likely spend years wearing braces or dental

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Reasons for Senior to say Yes to Orthodontics

Teeth can be safely transplanted at any age if no active periodontal disease is present. Unfortunately, many seniors and their dentists do not consider orthodontics to be a practical option because they think it is a solution primarily for young people. As a result, a large part of the population is inadequately serviced and suffers

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Invisible Braces vs Traditional Braces

While it’s obvious the main difference between old-style braces (clear or metal) and invisible braces is detectability, it isn’t the only thing to consider. There are pros and cons to both. Removability – Invisible braces can and must be removed when eating or drinking anything other than water. While this is an advantage over metal braces,

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Does Your Teenager Need Braces?

Braces for teens are one of the best ways to achieve a beautiful and healthy smile. However, they can also be an expensive investment for families. Many parents wonder when their teenage child needs braces. Here we will discuss why your teenager needs braces and how you can know when the right time is to

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How to Avoid Lost Retainers

By purchasing a retainer, you invest in the smile and oral health of your child. But less than a week later, they come home from school and say, “I’ve lost my backup!” Here are some ways to help your kids keep this expensive piece of furniture out of the trash. Retainers can help solve various

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Orthodontists are Specialially Trained and Experts at What They Do

Orthodontists specialize in the proper alignment of teeth and jaws and have dental training to give you the best smile, making them the right people for this type of treatment. Simply put, it is best to visit orthodontist, Dr. April Lee of Burlingame Smile Studio, in Burlingame, CA for a consultation. Here’s why: Orthodontists are specialists

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