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Temporomandibular joint issues are usually known by the shorter name TMJ disorders. The temporomandibular joints, or TMJs, are located on each side of the mouth and connect the jaw to the skull. These complex joints not only act as hinges to allow the mouth to open and close but also slide back and forth to make chewing and speaking easier.…Continue reading
It’s October, and you know what that means! No, we are not talking about Halloween. We are talking about National Orthodontic Health Month. This month is dedicated to educating individuals about the essential role that orthodontics play in your overall dental health. In fact, orthodontics might play a bigger role in the dental industry than you are even aware. For…Continue reading
Taking care of your gums is an essential part of maintaining your overall dental health. Especially if you have braces or are undergoing orthodontic treatments, making sure your gums are healthy and in good shape can increase your success with these treatment options. Without proper brushing and dental care, your teeth could become discolored during orthodontic treatments. Good dental hygiene…Continue reading
Receiving orthodontic treatment with braces is a popular way to get a straighter smile. Most people know that they can expect to feel a little bit of discomfort or soreness during their first week of treatment, as well as any time after your braces have been adjusted. After all, it’s perfectly normal to feel some soreness when your teeth are…Continue reading
What is the main reason why people go see an orthodontist? According to reports, the majority of the 3.5 million people who visit the orthodontist each year are going to get braces. Thus, if you are in need of braces, don’t worry. Millions of people get them each year, both kids and adults. However, there is one thing that people…Continue reading