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3 Signs Your Child Needs to See an Orthodontist


Children as young as ten years old can benefit from orthodontic treatment. In fact, visiting an orthodontist at a young age is often more beneficial than putting off treatment. Many parents understand this. However, noticing the early signs that your […] Continue Reading


Teen Orthodontic Options


Want to find out what the most efficient orthodontic options are going to be for your teenager? As teens have a little bit of a different perspective than adults, it is not only necessary but essential that they are a […] Continue Reading


Signals That a Child Would Benefit from an Early Orthodontic Treatment


In our orthodontist office, we regularly suggest that children come in to discuss an early orthodontic treatment. While it is true that most children do not get braces until they are older, it is possible for us to take steps at […] Continue Reading


The Form of Braces People May Not Know About: Ceramic Braces


Children may groan and even beg for mercy upon hearing that they will have to get braces. No one wants to deal with the mess of metal wires and brackets in their mouth. The idea of people at school noticing […] Continue Reading


Preparing to Visit a Kids Orthodontist


As a kids orthodontist, we are here to help improve the way your child’s teeth look and improve your child’s oral health. Orthodontic care is not just for appearance. While few people are aware of this, one is less likely […] Continue Reading


The History and Process of Placing Children’s Braces


Childrens braces have become almost synonymous with a culture of straight teeth and beautiful smiles — and with very good reason, given how effective they have been in making sure children have brilliant smiles and grow up with perfectly straight teeth. […] Continue Reading


5 Problems Solved by Children’s Braces in St. Peters


As a provider of childrens braces in St. Peters, we create beautiful and amazing smiles that our patients are proud to show off. Typically, when we examine a new patient (child or adult), they feel rather self-conscious about the position […] Continue Reading