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Month: February 2020

man vaping

Is Vaping Bad for your Teeth?

Vaping and using e-cigarettes have become more and more popular over the past decade, especially among teens. Although they feel like they aren’t harming their bodies because they aren’t inhaling unhealthy tobacco smoke, there are other problems to consider- like the harmful effects of nicotine and other chemicals in the e-liquid create in the mouth.… Read more »

Boy wearing retainer after braces treatment.

The Most Common Types of Retainers

Braces and clear aligners will straighten your teeth and correct your bite. Retainers will keep them straight. If you don’t wear retainers when you finish orthodontic treatment, your teeth will slowly (and sometimes quickly) want to go back to the way they were before, so retainers are very important. They need to be worn for… Read more »