Creating charming smiles in Newton Center and Concord, CSO is synonymous with trustworthy, high quality orthodontic care in Massachusetts.
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A dental floss threader is a type of flossing tool that helps you to get dental floss into otherwise impossible areas!
Don't put off looking your best! Isn't it time you loved what your smile says about you? Call us today!
Are you ready for a change? Call us today to find out how a beautiful new smile can change your life by making you look and feel years younger.
Reminder to replace your toothbrush! It helps prevent infection
Did you know braces are older than the United States? The first piece of braces were made in 1728!
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Are you looking to strengthen enamel, reduce plaque, or freshen breath? Make sure to check the benefits of mouthwash before you buy, and ask us for recommendations!
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Some ways to avoid bad breath includes flossing, brushing your teeth and drinking plenty of water!
When you get braces, you can choose from a variety of colors and switch them out at every visit! They are uniquely yours.
Braces can be used to help an array of health problems besides straightening teeth, including breathing issues, difficulty speaking, and problems with chewing and swallowing!
The American Association of Orthodontics recommends your child to be seen by an orthodontist at earliest of age 7! Schedule your next appointment today!
Invisalign treatment is a type of braces that is invisible, removable aligners that gradually straighten your teeth. No metal, brackets, or wires!
Did you know the type of wire used for braces was invented by NASA? They developed a metal alloy called nickel titanium in 1959!
It takes 43 muscles to frown, and only 17 to smile. Say cheese!
"Tongue thrusting" can contribute to crooked front teeth. If your tongue presses against your teeth when you swallow, ask your orthodontist about options to help with this habit.
When you have braces, it's best to avoid hard foods, sticky foods, chewing ice, and any foods that you bite with your front teeth, like unsliced apples or corn on the cob. Eating these foods might cause damage and lead your treatment to last longer!
Did you know that orthodontic devices date as far back as Ancient Egypt and Greece? Mummies have been found with devices similar to braces, and the Greeks straightened their teeth with metal bands.
Many people have to get braces again because they didn't wear their retainers! Don't make this mistake!
Overbites are very common and can lead to some issues, or difficulty chewing in some cases. The best age to treat one varies, as each child develops differently. Talk to your orthodontist about your options.
While undergoing orthodontic treatments, it is important to keep your braces or other appliances in good condition. Often, certain foods such as nuts, hard taco shells, uncooked carrots and jolly ranchers can cause problems.
Do you know what teeth protrusion is? In this type of bite, the upper teeth extend too far forward or the lower front teeth do not extend far enough forward. This can impact both the appearance and function of the teeth.
Wearing retainers as instructed is the key to maintaining the success of orthodontic treatment! If you have any questions about your retainer or how often you should be wearing it, give us a call today!
I don't want old-fashioned braces. What are my options? Thanks to advances in technology, your treatment options may include ceramic (tooth-colored) braces, lingual braces, which are placed behind the teeth, or clear aligner trays.
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Today we remember and honor those who risked their lives to protect us and the country.
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78% of Americans have had at least 1 cavity by the age of 17. Instill good habits in your children to prevent this from happening to them!
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Exemplary patient care, outstanding aesthetic results, compassion and integrity are the cornerstone of our Concord, MA dental practice.