When it comes to correcting your bite and straightening your teeth there is no deadline or expiration date.
We’re proud to announce the launch of our new mobile application, which will hopefully make your treatment process a little easier.
We often associate orthodontic treatment with children and teenagers, but a growing number of adults are choosing to improve their smiles with braces.
In celebration of adults who have chosen to improve their smiles with braces, the AAO recently inducted the inaugural class into its Adult Hall of Fame.
The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) recently announced that it has partnered with Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Patrick Corbin to promote National Facial Protection Month.
According to a survey conducted the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO), 92 percent of adults who have undergone orthodontic treatment said that they would recommend braces for their friends or relatives.
Despite their desire for straighter teeth and a healthier smile, many working professionals are wary of pursuing orthodontic treatment.
According to the American Association of Orthodontics (AAO), the number of adults seeking orthodontic treatment has increased 60 percent over the past decade.
Correcting misaligned teeth may improve a child’s self esteem.
Prominent front teeth, also known colloquially as “buck teeth,” often require years of orthodontic work to be straightened.
One of the biggest concerns for individuals considering braces for adults is how long the treatment process will last.
While there are many ways to pay for orthodontic braces, many families take advantage of the tax-free benefits of flexible spending accounts (FSA) to help cover the costs.