Do you have crooked teeth but are not ready to become a #braceface? You don’t need to worry about that anymore. Invisalign plastic aligners offer “clear” alternative to traditional metal braces. It really is a no-brainer for people that want straight but don’t want braces. Invisalign tooth aligners gently move teeth into their new positions
If you are a band student, you might be worried that getting braces is going to throw off your musical groove. Fortunately, getting new braces will only cause some minor issues at first, and you can deal with these issues pretty quickly—usually within a week or less. Braces technology has improved so much over the
Dr. Courtney Dunn of Dunn Orthodontics was recently interviewed in conjunction with a story that CBS 5, channel KPHO/KTVK in Phoenix, ran on May, 11, 2015, about seniors getting braces. The station interviewed several seniors who have recently visited Dunn Orthodontics to get braces for both cosmetic and bite improvement reasons. Seniors have become a
Absolutely not! There is no age limit for orthodontics. In fact, almost 25% of current orthodontic patients in the United States are adults. There are so many benefits for an adult to get orthodontic treatment. A beautiful new smile is just the beginning. Straight teeth not only look great, they are easier to keep clean.
What am I going to look like with braces? Are people going to be able to tell, even when they can’t see my teeth? Everyone has worries about how they are going to look with their braces. Whether it’s metal, porcelain or Invisalign, people want to know how their appearance is going to change. One
Do you or your children have white or yellow-brown spots on the enamel of your front teeth (incisors)? Do you ever wonder what caused them? A recent study in the journal Dental Traumatology helps explain. From this study looking at more than 5000 sets of patient records it appears that these markings on the teeth
Drs. Matthew and Courtney Dunn were recently named 2010 Invisalign Preferred Providers. Invisalign awards Preferred Provider status based on overall experience with Invisalign as well as completing Invisalign continuing education requirements. Prior to this year, any orthodontist or dentist that took a one day course was considered Invisalign certified. This policy resulted in thousands of