Do you know the differences between a dentist and an orthodontist? Most people aren’t aware of the similarities and differences in how both of these types of professionals fix issues in your mouth. Basically, a dentist and orthodontist undergo the same eight-year schooling curriculum, but the orthodontist completes two or three additional years of training
Whitening teeth has become a very popular practice in the United States and around the world. Patients have a variety of choices when it comes to whitening products. The most commonly prescribed whitening regimens are custom bleaching trays and in-office whitening. Both systems produce good results, but vary in time and cost.Many orthodontic patients are
Orthodontists are occasionally presented with the challenge of bringing in an impacted maxillary (upper) or mandibular (lower) 2nd molar. The main options for treating these impacted teeth are to have the tooth surgically uncovered with or without orthodontic treatment, extract the impacted tooth and hope the 3rd molar erupts into its position, or do nothing.