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The Advantages of Today’s Dental Braces

Advances in dental technology have made dental braces much more effective than they were in previous years. As a result, you can enjoy superior orthodontic treatment and increased comfort. Here are some of the advantages of modern braces: Reduced treatment time – At Cherry Creek Orthodontics, we use computer-aided technology with all of our orthodontic …

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The Orthodontic Evaluation

At Cherry Creek Orthodontics, we understand that a thorough and comprehensive orthodontic evaluation is crucial to devising the right treatment plan for your orthodontic needs. During your first visit to our office, our experienced Denver orthodontist, Dr. Robert Rudman, will conduct your orthodontic evaluation. This evaluation will last approximately 30-60 minutes. Dr. Rudman will conduct …

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Cosmetic Dentistry After Braces

If you have completed an orthodontic treatment and would like to improve your smile even further, there are some excellent cosmetic dentistry procedures to accomplish that. Orthodontics, whether it is conventional braces, Invisalign, or iBraces, can give your teeth good alignment, removing any crookedness, crowding and undue spaces. This provides a very good starting point …

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Braces and Facial Growth

A child’s facial growth is partly genetic and partly a result of the balance of muscles connected to the head. Each facial component develops in relation to every other component. For example, if a child has a chronic thumb-sucking habit or mouth-breathing habit, these can affect the way muscles develop. Diet can also play a …

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When to Start With Braces?

There is no fixed rule as to the best age for starting with braces. Many of our patients are adults, some of them over age 55. The teeth can be realigned at any age. However, there is an advantage to starting orthodontic work in early adolescence. That is because all the adult teeth (except wisdom …

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What Do I Do if Something Breaks?

Typically, no part of your braces will break. However, one way it can happen is from eating hard, crunchy foods. If you eat carrots or apples, for example, first chop them into bite-size pieces, or cook them to make them soft. Eating such hard foods can bend or snap the arch wire or break brackets …

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A Quick History of Orthodontics

Crooked teeth have been noted as far back as Neanderthal Man around 50,000 B.C. The beginning of orthodontics has been found in mummies with clumsy metal bands on some of their teeth. Archaeologists think that probably catgut was used as brace wire. This is not as odd as it might sound, as catgut is also …

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Adult Braces: What Choices Do I Have?

To some people braces are like root canals – a dental procedure to be avoided no matter what. Actually, root canals are not the painful treatment our grandparents had to undergo, as dentistry has made such large strides forward in technology and patient comfort. But many continue to regard braces in a less-than-positive light because …

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Benefits of Dental Braces

Most people are aware of the perceived disadvantages of dental braces – metal mouth and discomfort. But are you aware of all the benefits that accrue from a year or two spent wearing them? It is quite a long list, and keep in mind that in these days of modern dentistry there are many more …

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How Does Invisalign Work?

Basically, Invisalign works the same way as any brackets-and-wiring arrangement, except that it uses clear aligners instead. Dr. Rudman will answer your questions about this and let you know if it is a good option for you. Not everybody can successfully realign their teeth using Invisalign, as it depends on the exact misalignment and its …

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