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Tips to Help Prevent Tooth Staining

Numerous common meals and beverages may discolor teeth. One of the advantages of scheduling frequent visits with a dentist is that they can expertly eliminate unsightly stains.

Top Five Ways to Deal With Mouth Sores

During your orthodontic treatment, canker sores may develop for a variety of reasons and they may not even be connected to your braces! In any case, if they do occur, there are treatments you may do.

Oral Hygiene Tips

Cleaning the spaces in between your teeth with floss is more effective than brushing alone.

Caring for Braces and Invisalign

At Tringas Orthodontics we provide tips on how to take care of your Invisalign or braces both inside and outside of your mouth since both procedures need commitment.

Poking Wire! How Can I Fix it At Home?

With the help of the tweezers, gently reposition the w
ire’s end into the bracket slot. Wax may be used to hold the wire in place until your subsequent orthodontic visit once the wire has been firmly reinserted into the bracket slot.

When Can Kids Get Braces?

Remember that adult teeth don’t always emerge into their designated spaces when initial teeth fall out and new teeth replace them.

What’s the Difference Between a Dentist and an Orthodontist?

Orthodontists and dentists have a lot in common with one another. Both have the goal of offering a beautiful smile. Dentists address a wide variety of concerns relating to patient’s oral health, such as tooth decay, gum disease, tooth damage, and tooth loss. Dentists may become orthodontists by completing an extra three years of specialized education at a university that has been granted accreditation and focusing on the alignment of teeth and jaw.