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Orthodontics Care: Playing Contact Sports Safely

Orthodontics Care: Playing Contact Sports Safely

Contact sports are becoming increasingly popular among children, teenagers, and young adults, which is good for their overall physical and mental health. However, some players also happen to be orthodontics patients, leaving many players and parents wondering whether...

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Understanding Interproximal Reduction

Understanding Interproximal Reduction

Much like solving a puzzle, getting teeth to fit together is an orthodontist’s ultimate goal. Accomplishing this requires implementing a technique known as an interproximal reduction (IPR), which entails stripping the teeth to make them the right shape. Sometimes...

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Achieving A Lifetime of Healthy Teeth

Achieving A Lifetime of Healthy Teeth

Teeth play an important role in daily life, so keeping them healthy and strong is essential to ensure good oral health. While regular brushing and dental check-ups are important habits to cultivate, oral wellness is more than just keeping cavities at bay. Research...

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The Value of Orthodontic Treatment

The Value of Orthodontic Treatment

With advancements in orthodontics, more children and adults are getting the treatment needed to address oral difficulties. Treating these problems – underbites, overbites, crowded teeth, jaw discrepancies, jaw and tooth size – early is vital to avoid more trouble...

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The Effects of COVID-19 on UK Dental Services

The Effects of COVID-19 on UK Dental Services

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected almost every area of normal life in the UK for almost a year now. In terms of dental treatment, there have been multiple delays caused for many patients due to the necessary restrictions put in place during the first lockdown.   As...

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Advice on Aftercare for Jaw Surgery

Advice on Aftercare for Jaw Surgery

Jaw surgery is a procedure which may be considered for the correction of severe irregularities of the teeth and jawbone that cannot be corrected with orthodontics alone. If jaw surgery is recommended, it will only take place once the patient has reached the age where...

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Controlled Trial for Orthodontic Bonding

Controlled Trial for Orthodontic Bonding

Orthodontic bonding refers to the process of attaching fixed appliances (braces) to the teeth. The process has experienced many advances since the turn of the century, progressing from brittle plastic brackets applied using messy, weak and odiferous liquid or powder...

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