Even though 2020 is almost over, now is still a great time to see us and discuss treating your misalignment. In fact, your Fort Worth, TX, orthodontist could even discuss correcting uneven teeth with a series of clear and cozy aligners! In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about the unique and esthetically-friendly Invisalign® system.
While waking up with a headache every once-in-a-while is hardly a major concern to most, it can actually be related to bite misalignment. In fact, consistent headaches or migraines throughout the day can be indicative of an imbalance between your jaw’s joints and muscles. Fortunately, your Fort Worth, TX orthodontists at Lake Country Orthodontics can provide therapy treatment that addresses these concerns in addition to others, and wants to inform you of a few indicators that you may be experiencing TMJ.
The holidays are upon us and Thanksgiving is finally here! This means gathering (safely) with our loved ones, partaking in delectable seasonal favorites, and relaxing in a cozy environment. Indeed, the kids are on break from school and look forward to this fun-filled, relaxing holiday. While this time can be relaxing, know that it is important to keep your health in mind during the holiday season, including knowing what impact certain foods have on your smile. Fortunately, your Fort Worth, TX orthodontist at Lake Country Orthodontics is prepared to help you keep your smile healthy through this holiday season.
When children grow and their smiles are developing, there are a myriad of circumstances that can influence their development. Indeed, misaligned or uneven teeth may not initially appear to be a problem, however, they could result in cosmetic issues as well as functional issues and impact your teenager’s bite. Fortunately, your Fort Worth, TX dentist at Lake Country Orthodontics can work with you to determine the best dental solution for your teen’s uneven or misaligned grin.
Addressing minor or severe cases of dental misalignment could mean a pretty major time commitment. For some, correcting uneven teeth may take up to two years. Fortunately, your Fort Worth, TX, orthodontist knows how to limit the amount of time fixing crooked, crowded, and overlapping teeth.
Next week, many of us will be enjoying a Thanksgiving dinner with our families. While these celebrations will likely be smaller than usual due to social distancing, that doesn’t mean you’ll be avoiding your favorite holiday dishes. If you have braces, then your orthodontics could make your mealtime challenging. Your Fort Worth, TX, orthodontist has a few tips for protecting your smile (and your braces).
Our last blog explained how we approach treatment for young children with uneven teeth. But how does this process change once our patients enter their teen years? In today’s blog, your Fort Worth, TX, orthodontist will explain what we do to help protect smiles of all ages from issues related to misalignment.
Did you know that we recommend an initial visit for kids as young as age seven? When we can examine a smile that has a mix of permanent teeth and baby teeth, we can gauge the risk of misalignment and even offer care to help guide the growth of the smile. In today’s blog, your Fort Worth, TX, orthodontist is talking about children’s orthodontics.
Just because you have uneven teeth, doesn’t mean metal braces are your only route to an even and healthy smile. In fact, your Fort Worth, TX, orthodontist has helped teens and adults alike enjoy straighter teeth with a series of clear aligners. In today’s blog, we’re discussing how the Invisalign® aligners offer a cosmetic approach to smile correction.
When you think of braces, you likely don’t picture a very cosmetic treatment. After all, metal brackets and wires are a crucial component, right? Actually, your Fort Worth, TX, orthodontist can use ceramic brackets, which are shaded to blend with your teeth, to reduce the visibility of metal braces!