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Will my child benefit from early orthodontic treatment?

According to the American Association of Orthodontists, orthodontic treatment for children should start at around age seven. the doctor can evaluate your child’s orthodontic needs early on to see if Read More

What You Need To Know To Choose the Right Dental Crown

In the realm of dental restorations, not all crowns are alike. And, one type isn't necessarily superior to the others. One type of crown may work better for a Read More

Benefits of Orthodontic Treatment at a Young Age

Contrary to popular belief, orthodontic treatment is not just for older children and teens who have alignment and spacing issues. At our Conyers, Georgia office, orthodontic treatment offers many benefits Read More

Straightening Your Teeth Could Rejuvenate Your Smile

Advanced cosmetic dental techniques are helping people around the world achieve their dream smiles. But long before many of these procedures existed, straightening teeth with braces could make a Read More

Fall Holiday Guide for Braces

If this is your child’s first holiday season with braces, here are some tips on how to help children get the most enjoyment from these celebrations without compromising their braces Read More

The Truth about TMJ

TMJ is the quick way of referring to your Temporomandibular Joint. Pardon the pun, but that’s quite a mouthful! What is this joint, what does it do, and, if your Read More

If You Find Flossing Too Difficult, Try a Water Flosser

Dental plaque, that gritty bacterial film coating your teeth, is the top cause for tooth decay and periodontal (gum) disease. You can see and feel a lot of it—but Read More

Going Beyond Braces

At Orthodontic Associates, we aren’t just concerned with straightening your teeth and giving you the beautiful smile you’ve always wanted. We are also committed improving the oral health and the Read More

Love and Hip Hop Host's No-Gap Smile and How You Can Have One Too

Nina Parker, the host of Love & Hip Hop for six seasons, is now busy with the new game show Blockbusters and her own talk show The Nina Parker Read More

Flossing Fact or Flossing Fiction?

Somewhere in a bathroom drawer or medicine cabinet, we all have one—that little plastic dental floss dispenser. And whether you use your floss every day (yay!), or have completely forgotten Read More

September is Self-Improvement Month!

These days, Americans everywhere are putting greater emphasis on health and self-improvement, and more people are seeking orthodontic treatment to improve their smile. September happens to be Self-Improvement Month, and Read More

Here's What's in Your Toothpaste for Keeping Your Teeth and Gums Healthy

We're all interested in how our toothpaste tastes, how it freshens breath or how it brightens teeth. But those are secondary to its most important function, which is how Read More

Celebrate Labor Day by Getting Away

Labor Day honors the contributions that workers have made to this country, and for many Americans, the holiday is a great time to relax at home with family and friends. Read More

Your 'Toothache' Might Actually be Unrelated to Your Teeth

When you see your dentist about mouth pain, you expect to hear that it's a decayed or fractured tooth, or maybe a gum infection. But you might be surprised Read More

Common Issues with Braces: How to avoid bad breath

A bright, beautiful smile is often achieved with braces. The time you spend wearing braces is an investment in the good health and appearance of your smile. However, the doctor Read More

Emergency Care for Orthodontics

It’s vital to understand the difference between an orthodontic emergency and minor orthodontic issues. Minor issues can be handled the next day, or at your next scheduled appointment. When a Read More

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