When Should my Child see an Orthodontist?
Published on September 09, 2019
What is the right age your child should be seen by an orthodontist? The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) recommends that all children have a check-up with an orthodontist by the time they reach age seven, for early detection of any potential problems.
We know seven sounds young and may even early to be thinking about braces. However, early diagnosis and treatment can help guide facial development and tooth eruption thereby prev...[more]
Back to School Tips to Remember
Published on August 30, 2019
A new school year is just around the corner. This means new opportunities for growth in the school year ahead. A new school year is the perfect opportunity to restart or implement healthy habits when it comes to our smiles and teeth. At Coleman Orthodontics, the vision of our practice is to “Embrace the Experience!” We don’t just provide orthodontic treatment to patients, we provide patients with an entire experience that can truly...[more]
Adult Orthodontic Treatment
Published on May 28, 2019
As we grow older, our teeth begin to shift and orthodontic treatment among adults is actually quite common in the United States. Five years ago in 2014, according to the American Association of Orthodontics, adults made up a record high of nearly 1.5 million orthodontics patients in the U.S. and Canada. That number has only grown in the most recent years, showing that adults are investing in their smiles.
At Coleman Orthodontics, we trea...[more]
4 Benefits of Straight Teeth
Published on May 28, 2019
When people think of orthodontics, of course an enhanced smile is what most think of. Did you know orthodontic treatment does so much more than make our smiles straight? Orthodontic treatment helps correct abnormal bites such as an overbite or underbite. It helps us speak clearer and keeps our teeth cleaner.
At Coleman Orthodontics, we can successfully correct most problems regardless of the patient’s age. Here are 4 benefits of having ...[more]
Breathing Problems and Orthodontics
Published on April 24, 2019
Does Your Child Have a Breathing Problem? Does your child breath loud and mostly through their mouth? Do they snore when they sleep? Do they have frequent sore throats, ear and nose infections or allergies and asthma?
If so, your child may have a problem with the size of their airway. These are all common symptoms of children who have difficulty breathing because of airway problems. One of our main focuses when we examine children at Cole...[more]
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