Advanced Orthodontic Care Blog

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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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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