Garn Mason Orthodontics

Garn and Mason Orthodontics is all about results you can see, and service you can smile about Since 1961 Garn and Mason Orthodontics has been making people smile with our friendly, personal service and cutting edge orthodontic treatments.

Now in it's second generation, this is all delivered to you in a caring, fun and professional environment at our state-of-the-art facilities. Dr. Garn and Dr. Mason are among the few orthodontists who are current diplomates of the American Board of Orthodontics. Consistently recognized as "TOP DOCS" by Phoenix Magazine.

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IT'S AUTUMN AGAIN already? 🍁We're definitely looking forward to fall and everything it brings! 🍁 #firstdayoffall #fall #autumn

REMEMBER TO TREASURE yer teeth me hearties! Those chompers are more precious than any buried treasure in the seven seas. ☠️ #talklikeapirateday #treasureyerteeth #shipshapesmile

IT'S TIME TO PLAY FALL FAMILY FEUD! The top 6 answers are on the board. Can you guess what they are? 🍂 #familyfeud #commentbelow #fall

WHAT COLORS ARE currently on your brackets? Comment an emoji in the color of your brackets below to let us know! 🌈 #colorful #braces #orthodontics

GRANDPARENTS ARE SOME of the best teachers out there! Here’s something my grandparents taught me that I hold dear. Share something your grandparents taught you in the comments below. 👵👴 #grandparents #wisdom #commentbelow

POSTING IN REMEMBRANCE of those who risked or lost their lives on September 11. 🇺🇸 #patriotday #september11 #weremember

OUR TEETH AREN’T all the same shape. We have four different types, and they each serve specific purposes, both in helping us chew and in giving us our beautiful smiles. 😃 That’s why it’s so important for them to be in the right places!

1. Incisors

The front four teeth (both on the top and the bottom) are the incisors. These are built for slicing. Each time we take a bit out of an apple, our incisors shear off a tasty chunk. 🍎 However, other teeth will do the actual work of chewing.

2. Canines

Next up are those vaguely sharp teeth, which are called canines (because they resemble a dog’s teeth) or eyeteeth (because they line up with our eyes). Canines help us grip and tear food, especially meat. 🥩

3. Premolars

After the canines are the premolars. Their outer edges are sharp, but they also have a bit of a flat chewing surface. They can help a little with tearing food AND with grinding it up. Only adults have premolars, and these eight teeth are the ones that replace our baby molars!

4. Molars

Last come the molars. These are our biggest teeth, with multiple roots and plenty of flat chewing surface for crushing and grinding food as we chew. These teeth do the most work to get food ready to swallow. #teeth #toothfacts #interesting

HAPPY LABOR DAY! We hope everyone is having a great holiday. ☀️ #laborday #nationalholiday #dayoff

STRAIGHT TEETH are healthier teeth. When teeth are less crowded, it’s easier to effectively clean them! 😀 #orthodontics #orthodontist #braces

IT’S SUICIDE PREVENTION MONTH so we want to share the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255. 📱 If you are struggling, we want you to know that help is always available. #suicideprevention #mentalhealth #suicideawareness

WOULD YOU RATHER always hit green lights, or never have to stand in line again? Either one would definitely be awesome! 😃 #wouldyourather #toughchoice #commentbelow

OKAY, SO THE EVIDENCE suggests that the braces ancient Egyptians made out of catgut and metal bands were probably only used in burial rituals to help the dead person’s teeth look nice for the afterlife, but it’s still pretty cool. The ancient Greeks and Etruscans did the same. The Romans were the first to use braces to straighten the teeth of the living, beginning around 400 B.C. 😮

The field of orthodontics didn’t change much for over two thousand years after that. In 18th century France, Pierre Fauchard (often credited as the father of modern dentistry) created the first known modern braces. His invention was a horseshoe-shaped piece of metal with holes throughout it that was held in place by silk threads. (We’re glad we don’t live in the 18th century.) 😅

The father of modern orthodontics, Edward Hartley Angle, was the first to formally identify and correct different types of malocclusions in 1880. The three biggest changes to the field of orthodontics were the invention of dental adhesives in 1955, stainless steel in the ‘70s, and invisible aligners in the late ‘90s. We’ve come such a long way! 👍

HAPPY INTERNATIONAL DOG DAY! To celebrate, post a photo of your pup and tag us in it! If there’s one thing our practice loves, it's canines! 🐶 #internationaldogday #doglovers #puppylove

BACK TO SCHOOL looks a little different in 2020, so we want to hear what your back to school season looks like this year! 🎒 #backtoschool #backtoschool2020 #2020

IN CASE YOU DIDN’T KNOW, we’re the Tooth Fairy’s little helpers. 🧚 She trusts us to make sure all of our patients’ smiles are happy and healthy! #toothfairyslittlehelpers #toothfairyday #toothfairy

PROUD TO BE standing with our community through these times. ❤️ #community #grateful #unity

JUST IN CASE anyone needs a reminder to wear their retainer, this is it! 👍 #orthodontics #orthodontist #healthysmile

SOMETIMES WE’RE SO excited to eat some of the pizza that just came out of the oven that we end up burning our mouths. 🍕 It happens to the best of us, but there are a few things we can do to soothe that burn.

1. Begin by sipping some cold water. It feels good and keeps us hydrated so our mouths can produce enough saliva to protect the burned area from bacteria. 💦

2. Stay cool by grabbing a yogurt, fruit cup, or applesauce. Maybe even try a smoothie or some froyo.

3. Add half a teaspoon of salt to a cup of warm water, stir, swish, spit, and repeat! It’s a good way to fight bacteria and help the burned area heal, and it’s a great remedy for sore gums or a recent dental procedure.

4. Another way to speed up the healing process is to apply sugar or honey directly to the burned area. 🍯 This provides quick energy to the damaged cells, but make sure to drink some water after to rinse away the residue.

5. If needed, take over-the-counter pain relievers for the first little while. Fortunately, oral tissues heal more quickly than any other part of the body, so even a painful burn to the tongue should be all better in days! 👅

WE’RE DREAMING ABOUT the times that we’ve hit the open road and what we were snackin’ on! What’s your favorite treat to grab when you’re on a road trip? 🚗 #roadtrips #summertime #adventure

HERE’S A CHALLENGE to spend less time on your phone and more time in the moment. 💛 #happiness #unplug #liveinthemoment

MEOW-Y INTERNATIONAL CAT DAY! It’s got us thinking about how purrrr-fect our patients are. 😺 #internationalcatday #catday #bestpatients

WE’RE CURIOUS! Out of these two breath-freshening flavors, which does everyone prefer: mint or cinnamon? Drop your pick in the comments below. 😋 #freshbreath #healthysmile #mintorcinnamon

IF YOU’VE BEEN a fan of Gwen Stefani for a while, then you know that she used to have braces! They looked great on her then and look at her smile now! 🤩 #toothtrivia #funfact #teethfacts

YOU'RE OUR FRIEND and we're so glad. ❤️#friend #friendship #appreciation

IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR outdoor adventure, are you team camping or team glamping? Comment below with your pick! 🏕️ #greatoutdoors #camping #glamping

WE'LL MAKE SURE every patient's smile is ready for the new school year, whether it’s in class or online! ✏️ #backtoschool #school #schoolyear

WOULD YOU RATHER know all the secrets of space, or all the secrets of the ocean? ✨🌊 #wouldyourather #toughquestion #whatwouldyoudo

WE’VE BEEN DAYDREAMING ABOUT where we’d go if we could travel anywhere, but we want to hear your dream destination! 🌴 Comment below to tell us. #travel #traveldreams #commentbelow

WHO CAME UP WITH the idea of brushing twice a day? We hear it all the time from the dentist, but when did that idea really take off? 🤔 People have been brushing their teeth for a long time, but the big game-changer came before World War II!

In order to join the army, young recruits had to undergo thorough health evaluations from head to toe, including their teeth. The US Army’s standard for dental health was that you had to have at least twelve teeth to serve. Even then, many recruits couldn’t meet that standard and were rejected. It was the 8th most common reason to be turned away in World War I. Can you imagine that many young men having less than a third of the teeth they should? 😮

Poor dental health being such a widespread problem, the US Army decided to change things. Starting in 1908, they began introducing regular toothbrushing, complete with toothbrushing drills in schools. Even Uncle Sam got in on that action, encouraging schoolchildren to get a toothbrush, toothpaste, and floss. By the time World War II came around, the next generation of soldiers had much healthier teeth! 👍

BRACES CAUSING CANKER SORES? 😮 Try drying off the irritating portion of braces and applying just a little orthodontic wax! #braces #bracestips #orthodontics

WE ALL KNOW that soda isn’t the best option for healthy teeth, so we thought we’d share a drink that’s great for your smile while also keeping you hydrated this summer! 💦 #hydrate #healthydrink #healthyteeth

AC OR WINDOWS down? 🚗 Which one do you prefer on a summer afternoon? Comment your opinion below! #summer #summervibes #summerfun

WE’RE IN NEED of some summer song suggestions! Comment below with your favorite song to jam to in the summer; we can’t wait to see what you suggest! 🎶 #summerjam #thatsmyjam #songofthesummer

BE SOMEBODY that makes everybody feel like a somebody. ✨ #besomebody #positivity #doittoday

OUR PRACTICE would like to wish everyone a very happy Independence Day! 🇺🇸 We also want to know how you’re spending the holiday! Comment below with your Fourth of July plans. #fourthofjuly #independenceday #independenceday2020

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www.azbraces.com Queen Creek Location: 20261 E. Ocotillo Rd. Ste. 130 Queen Creek, AZ. 85142

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2835 E Brown Rd, Ste 102
Mesa, AZ
85213

Opening Hours

Monday 07:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 07:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 07:00 - 17:00
Thursday 07:00 - 17:00
Friday 07:00 - 17:00
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