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Your Battle Creek Orthodontist Discusses Braces with Previous Dental Work
Many people, especially those who are adults, have had dental work like implants, veneers, or crowns. If you have had dental work done, it does not at all mean that you won’t be able to get orthodontic treatment.
An important part of having braces is to ensure that you’re taking care of your teeth while undergoing your orthodontic treatment. After all of the time, effort, and money that goes into having braces, there is nothing worse than braces being removed to reveal unhealthy teeth and gums.
Having been in the industry for more than a decade, we have heard all of the myths and rumors from our patients about braces and other orthodontic treatment. In this post, Bandeen Orthodontics of Battle Creek will look at some of these myths and why they’re untrue.
Need Invisalign in Battle Creek? Bandeen Orthodontics Can Help!
If you do not like the look of traditional braces but need to adjust your teeth and improve your smile, Invisalign in Battle Creek from Bandeen Orthodontics may be right for you. Orthodontic treatment with Invisalign involves the use of durable clear aligners (trays) to move your teeth.
If you’re in need of braces in Battle Creek, the team at Bandeen Orthodontics can help! Utilizing the latest – and most effective – technologies like the Damon™ System and Insignia™ Advanced Smile Design™, we’re able to provide comfortable expansion.
Adult Orthodontic Treatment from Your Battle Creek Orthodontist, Bandeen Orthodontics
As an adult, you may feel like it’s too late to start orthodontic treatment. Actually, almost every time we see a patient that’s over eighteen, they assume that they are one of a few adult patients that we see.
Teen Orthodontic Treatment with Your Battle Creek Orthodontist, Bandeen Orthodontics
At Bandeen Orthodontics, your Battle Creek orthodontist, we have moved on from the use of palatal expanders, head gear, and Herbst appliances as they are no longer necessary for effective orthodontic treatment.