What does the COVID-19 vaccine mean for your orthodontic care?

The first phase of the COVID-19 vaccination program is rolling out across the country. As recommended by the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, phase 1a of the program prioritizes healthcare workers, including dental and orthodontic teams. Vaccine administration is being managed at the state level, creating some variation among states, but it is encouraging […]

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Give Yourself the Gift of Clear Aligners

The holiday season is upon us once again! With the many challenges that 2020 has brought, it feels like the right time to do a little something to treat ourselves. If you’re looking for a way to treat yourself this year, or have HSA or FSA funds left to use, you might consider clear aligners.  […]

Eight is Great!

At BracesBracesBraces, we use an “8 is Great” philosophy, which suggests your child see an orthodontist before the age of 8. In fact, the American Association of Orthodontists recommends that children get their first orthodontic check-up no later than age 7. Keep reading to learn more about why early orthodontic care is beneficial. Why should […]

Tricks for a Healthy Smile

October is both National Orthodontic Health Month and National Dental Hygiene Month! And, with Halloween just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to provide some tricks for caring for your braces and orthodontic appliances, and keeping an overall healthy smile.  The candy dilemma and making a better choice  Some would agree that the best […]

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What does the COVID-19 vaccine mean for your orthodontic care?

The first phase of the COVID-19 vaccination program is rolling out across the country. As recommended by the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, phase 1a of the program prioritizes healthcare workers, including dental and orthodontic teams. Vaccine administration is being managed at the state level, creating some variation among states, but it is encouraging […]

Give Yourself the Gift of Clear Aligners

The holiday season is upon us once again! With the many challenges that 2020 has brought, it feels like the right time to do a little something to treat ourselves. If you’re looking for a way to treat yourself this year, or have HSA or FSA funds left to use, you might consider clear aligners.  […]

Eight is Great!

At BracesBracesBraces, we use an “8 is Great” philosophy, which suggests your child see an orthodontist before the age of 8. In fact, the American Association of Orthodontists recommends that children get their first orthodontic check-up no later than age 7. Keep reading to learn more about why early orthodontic care is beneficial. Why should […]

Tricks for a Healthy Smile

October is both National Orthodontic Health Month and National Dental Hygiene Month! And, with Halloween just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to provide some tricks for caring for your braces and orthodontic appliances, and keeping an overall healthy smile.  The candy dilemma and making a better choice  Some would agree that the best […]

Safety. Convenience. Payment options. The things that matter most when choosing an orthodontist.

With coronavirus cases surging past 4 million in the United States, safety has taken on a new precedence within different aspects of our lives, including visiting healthcare providers. Additionally, when it comes to choosing an orthodontist, convenience and affordability have always been high on the priority list. That’s why it has become more important than […]

How does stress impact your child’s oral health?

There’s no doubt that the coronavirus crisis has caused stress and anxiety for many of us. Kids are also vulnerable to stress at this time. They are experiencing non-traditional school days, are unable to see their friends, and have had their extracurricular activities cancelled or moved online. Teens may also be anxious about graduation ceremonies […]

What does the COVID-19 vaccine mean for your orthodontic care?

The first phase of the COVID-19 vaccination program is rolling out across the country. As recommended by the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, phase 1a of the program prioritizes healthcare workers, including dental and orthodontic teams. Vaccine administration is being managed at the state level, creating some variation among states, but it is encouraging […]

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