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Traditional Braces Vs. Clear Aligners

Have you been considering getting braces for a while, but aren’t sure which type of braces would be the best for you? Most adults who are considering getting braces narrow it down to two different types of braces, traditional braces (which in this case could refer to metal, ceramic or even clear bracket braces) and

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Am I Too Old For Braces?

If you’re considering braces, call Randall Orthodontics today. We will schedule a no-obligation, complimentary consultation to debunk the myth that you’re too old for braces and discuss what orthodontic treatment options will help you get the results you’re looking for in the fastest amount of time. In just the past decade, the number of adults

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Braces: Fun Facts & Myths from Your Idaho Falls Orthodontist

Braces have been around for ages-literally. The first known braces are a crude set of metal “braces” found on mummies from Ancient Egypt and the first known orthodontic procedures were said to have happened as early as 1000 BC! Since braces have been around for so many years, they come with some baggage, namely myths

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Brushing with Braces: What You Need To Know

Whether you’re a pre-teen, teen or adult who has just been fitted for ceramic or clear braces in Idaho Falls, it’s important to understand that you’ll be brushing and flossing your teeth in a whole new way than what you’re used to. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been brushing and flossing your teeth everyday for

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Will Having Braces Really Fix My Problem?

It is important to have your teeth aligned because they can be harder to clean if they aren’t positioned properly. Gum disease and tooth decay are more likely to occur because of this. Also, increased pain can occur around the jaw and face if bites aren’t corrected. This is most likely because chewing and swallowing

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Are Adults Too Old For Braces?

The simple answer is no. Adults today are more likely to get braces for teeth corrections than before. The American Association of Orthodontists states that 1 in 5 patients for braces are over the age of 18. Usually childhood is when braces are introduced. This is because bites and teeth positioning can be easier to

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