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By braceconnection on 7/15/2015 3:02 PM
 

 

Our patients at Brace Connection hate the thought of delaying their treatments and often ask us what they can do in between their adjustment visits to help. Today, Dr. Babaeian and our team thought we would provide some tips on how you can stay on track in regards to your treatment plan time.

 

The first thing we want you to do is keep your adjustment appointments. Each visit with Dr. Babaeian is carefully planned to move your teeth a specific way in a certain time frame. It’s important to note that missing an appointment can add weeks or months to your treatment time.

 

Next, we want you to let Dr. Babaeian and our team know right away if your experience any problems with your braces or appliances. A missing wire, rubber band, broken bracket, or lost/broken Invisalign aligners can delay treatment time, so we ask that you please give us a call right away to report any issues rather than waiting until your next visit.

 

Make sure you wear your rubber bands...
By braceconnection on 6/11/2015 8:36 AM


 

 

The community health awareness group Oral Health America has reported that 82 percent of adults are unaware of the role that infectious bacteria can play in tooth decay or cavities, and almost three out of five children aged 12 to 19 have tooth decay. Since June is National Smile Month, Dr. Babaeian and our team at Brace Connection thought we’d remind our patients about the importance of good oral hygiene visits between office visits.

To keep yours and your family’s smiles healthy and beautiful for years to come, be sure to:

·         Brush your teeth at least twice a day

·         Floss every day to clean between your teeth

·         Eat a healthy, well-balanced diet

·         Reduce your intake of sugary foods and drinks

·         Follow through with your regular general dental and orthodontic visits!

 

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