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Many people think that orthodontics is as simple as just applying pressure on teeth until they move to their desired location. However, what they fail to consider is the importance of using the right tools to move the teeth as well as taking the proper care and consideration of the root structures and the impact of one tooth’s movement on other teeth. (Or rather, what professional training of orthodontics is all about!)
There’s a growing, disturbing trend of people attempting to move their own teeth using do-it-yourself orthodontics. This is spurred by people creating videos on YouTube showing how they are adjusting their teeth. Many of these people are young and don’t pay attention to the potential damage they are inflicting on their teeth.
The methods these amateur ‘orthodontists’ use can cause enough harm to require the teeth be removed and replaced.
People considering doing DIY ‘orthodontics’ to save money on visiting an actual, trained orthodontist should keep in mind they’ll probably spend more money in the long run trying to undo the damage that they caused to their own teeth than what they would have spent on an orthodontist.
During a dental appointment, it’s not uncommon for your dentist to want to take a closer look at what’s going on inside your mouth using an X-ray. They’re useful tools for dental professionals, but for the rest of us, they can sometimes be a little intimidating. Here’s a quick guide on some of the most […]
Root canals are one of the most common dental procedures in the United States. Annually, approximately 15 million are conducted. If you do the math, that’s around 41,000 a day! Despite their status as a mainstay in dentistry, as well as the best way to save a tooth, root canals can occasionally have adverse effects […]
Throughout history (and especially as of late), vaccines have been a hot topic. While vaccination is an efficient way to prevent infectious diseases, the rise of oral vaccines proves this method to be an even more efficient and cost-effective way to prevent infectious diseases. Until now, oral vaccinations have focused on preventing diseases that enter […]
It’s common knowledge that smoking affects your oral health, but let’s not forget about smoking’s destructive counterpart: smokeless chewing tobacco (also known as “snuff”). For those of you who are unfamiliar with this, snuff is a fine grain tobacco that a user places in their mouth between their lips and gums. As saliva generates, the […]
With more and more Americans using less and less tap water, a lack of fluoride could be a real concern. How many water bottles do you and your family buy in a year? How much is too much? Ensuring that children get fluoride from a young age is very important. Most brands of bottled water […]
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