An Orthodontist in Santa Clarita at Embrace Your Smile recently explained how long it can take to straighten your teeth. (more…)
According to an Orthodontist in Santa Clarita, there are advantages a two-phase treatment can have for your child.
The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that at no later than the age of 7, children should visit an orthodontist at the first sign of an orthodontic problem.
There are four main types of braces to choose from when it comes to straightening teeth, according to an orthodontist in Santa Clarita.
Embrace Your Smile Orthodontics first explained metal braces, which is the most common kind, but isn’t the braces most people have heard “questionable stories” about. (more…)
After being closed for 12 weeks at the start of the pandemic, Embrace Your Smile Orthodontics has been able to reopen once again with added safety measures, according to Dr. Megan LeCornu. (more…)
Dentists often refer patients to orthodontists and oral surgeons to help them achieve straight teeth. These two specialty professions work together to help patients straighten their smiles, but there are some differences between the two. (more…)
“Keeping our patients and team safe has always been a priority,” officials said in a statement on the website. “So with the additional measures put forth by the CDC, OSHA and ADA, we will continue to make sure our office is operating in a safe and healthy environment for everyone.”
Incognito braces work just like traditional metal braces, except instead of sitting on the front of each tooth, they are mounted to the back of the teeth, hidden from view.
The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that children visit an orthodontist when they first show signs of an orthodontic problem, and no later than 7 years old, according to Embrace Your Smile Orthodontics.