Your orthodontist can check your progress and give you proper instruction to keep your treatment progress on track if you follow the following steps. Take pictures of your mouth as instructed below and email all photos to email@example.com. Don’t forget to put your name on the SUBJECT LINE. Please include in the email if you […]Read more
Given the outbreak of COVID-19, we have made the difficult, but important, decision to postpone any non-emergent appointments. You can be assured that this decision was not made lightly but was made to protect patients, staff and families. Given the closure, you may have a few questions. Will this delay my treatment? We know part […]Read more
“How do I know that my baby is teething?” One of the questions we hear quite often from our young patients’ parents. Below are some of the useful information you should know. You can expect baby teething can start as early as two to three month, but usually around six month. That is when the […]Read more
Were you overwhelmed standing in front of the long aisle that is full of tooth brushes at your local drugstore or local supermarket? You are not alone. What should you choose besides your child’s favorite color? Below are the four tips for you to purchase the right toothbrush Soft tooth brushes’ bristles are better Most […]Read more
When it comes to keeping your child’s smile healthy and bright for a life time, the followings seven habits belong to a good oral hygiene routine that you should help her to develop
1. Brush for two minutes after every meal, but at least twice a day. Gives her a two minute brushing timer to encourage her to stick to it.
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