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Inman Aligners

February 9th, 2015

From the desk of Dr. Fass

Do you have crowding in your lower front teeth? You’re not alone. In fact, teeth are constantly moving towards the front of the mouth and trying to crowd to the middle which leads to more crowding as we get older. Some find the appearance objectionable while others have discomfort due to the crowding, or even have the upper teeth begin to shift because of the force of the lowers. Read More »

Changing Faces Without Braces

August 28th, 2014

Straightening children teeth has become very common in this country. A nice smile has been shown to be an advantage in both personal and business environments and early orthodontics is the most effective way of attaining that winning smile. Read More »

CORRECTING CROWDING

February 16th, 2012

In my last article I discussed the reason for most crowding due to physiologic mesial drift (see our web site www.AltamontGeneralDentistry.com to read the article).  What are some of the ways to correct crowding? Read More »

PHYSIOLOGIC MESIAL DRIFT

February 9th, 2012

Sounds complicated, right?  Well, while we don’t know exactly how it works, we do know what it is and why it happens.  Simply, it’s the tendency of teeth to move towards the front of the dental arch throughout your life. Read More »

Adult Orthodontics

April 27th, 2011

Adult Orthodontics
We have become used to seeing children with braces to straighten their teeth and give them a lifetime of great looking smiles.  But the sight of adults wearing braces has also become more common. Read More »

Adult Tooth Crowding

April 27th, 2011

Adult Tooth Crowding
It’s a fact that as we age, teeth get more crowded towards the front of the mouth.  This crowding can make it difficult to keep the teeth clean and the gums healthy.  Flossing gets more difficult and sometimes food traps form that trap bacteria, leading to decay and gum problems. Read More »

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