2 Minutes 2 Times a Day
Published on March 23, 2020
Seeking orthodontic treatment is a great way to make sure your oral health is in good shape. However, there are other factors that affect the status of healthy teeth. Brushing, flossing and eating habits are just as important.
Did you know that the baby teeth that appear in the first 3 years of a child's life have been there since birth, in the baby’s jawbones? Those baby teeth are key for chewing, speaking a...[more]
4 Benefits of Straight Teeth for You [Updated 2020]
Published on March 04, 2020
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]
Orthodontic Basics: All You Need to Know [Updated 2020]
Published on February 20, 2020
What are the benefits of orthodontic treatment?
Does orthodontic treatment require metal b...[more]
Orthodontic Myths [Updated 2020]
Published on February 12, 2020
Dr. Coleman and our staff strive for unmatched customer service, shown by the fun and caring way we treat our patients and families. Our team here at Coleman Orthodontics is continually working to maintain the highest levels of training and education.
You might hear from friends, your neighbors, or a friend of a friend, about all the rumors and myths of braces and orthodontic treatment. Here are a few myths and the truth behind the most c...[more]
2 Common Bites in Orthodontics
Published on January 29, 2020
Orthodontic treatment requires careful, controlled movements of the teeth to ensure they are moving into proper positions. Orthodontics is so much more than the aesthetics of a beautiful straight smile. The definition of orthodontics is, “the treatment of irregularities in the teeth (especially of alignment and occlusion) and jaws, including the use of braces.” This includes your bite and jaw, which affects the way we speak to how we...[more]
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