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Published on September 21, 2016
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Eating Habits With Braces

Published on September 16, 2016
Braces are fragile, so it is important to avoid certain foods and drinks to protect the integrity of your braces. Avoid eating hard foods like nuts, ice, hard tacos, whole apples and carrots, hard French bread crusts and rolls, ribs, corn on the cob and popcorn! Sticky foods like taffy, caramels, bubble gum or any type of sticky candy should also be avoided. These foods can easily break the brackets and wires. Foods aren't the only thing...[more]

Why Choose Incognito Orthodontic Braces?

Published on September 09, 2016
Incognito is a high-intensity orthodontic solution that can provide the same effectiveness for severe crookedness as traditional braces while still being cosmetic. Many adults prefer incognito to traditional braces as they’re completely hidden and they know for sure no one can see their aligners or metal covering their teeth. In this way, they are the perfect lifestyle-friendly solution to crooked teeth.
Lingual braces are also slightly...[more]

Extra Features For Invisalign Teen

Published on August 23, 2016
Teenagers are constantly on the move and require special options when it comes to their braces. Invisalign Teen utilizes the same technology as Invisalign for adults; they consist of a series of clear plastic aligners that gradually move the teeth.

Extra features designed especially for teens include:
  • Blue wear-indicators on the aligners that gradually fade from blue to clear to help you, and our team, gauge wear time
  • Aligners designed to ...[more]

What is Interceptive Care?

Published on August 18, 2016
Interceptive Care Orthodontics is a process where Spannhake Orthodontics intercepts an oral problem before it continues to get unmanageable. Typically, treatment starts with younger children in order to manipulate teeth and growth before it’s too late. The best age for this is between 7 and 10-year-old. With interceptive orthodontics, treatment is about 4 to 12 months with monitoring of the child after that to discuss is possible secon...[more]
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