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Canton, MI orthodontist suggests post-appointment foods

January 2, 2016

Filed under: Orthodontics — robisondental @ 10:53 pm

Canton, MI orthodontistOrthodontic adjustments cause some discomfort. Canton, MI orthodontist, Dr. J. D. Robison, suggests foods to make meals easier.

Orthodontics is the branch of general dentistry which straightens crooked teeth for a healthier bite and more pleasing appearance. At Robison Dental Group, J.D. Robison, Canton, MI orthodontist, and his staff evaluate patients for dental bite and jaw alignment. They deliver personalized treatment with traditional wire and bracket braces and with Invisalign clear aligners, the modern and discreet orthodontic system. (more…)

For a Beautiful Smile, Visit the Orthodontist Canton, MI, Trusts

September 3, 2015

smiling young woman giving thumbs upOn the surface, orthodontics—or braces as most people call them—are all about having a straighter smile. And while a straight and more attractive smile is an important goal of having braces, it is by no means the only reason. For example, orthodontics may be needed to correct a malocclusion or improper bite that is causing headaches, stress and jaw pain. At Robison Dental Group, Canton dentist Dr. J.D. Robison offers both traditional orthodontics as well as Invisalign® to not only make smiles more attractive, but healthier, too.

Straight Teeth for Every Family Member with Orthodontics in Canton, MI

November 15, 2014

87717422Sometimes, when a parent takes a child to the orthodontist for braces, they see those young teeth becoming straighter and they think, “How about me?” But then they might think, “I don’t need a mouth full of metal at my age.” At Robison Dental Group in Canton, MI, your child can have traditional orthodontics to straighten their teeth, while you have Invisalign® clear braces for yours. The best of both worlds are available in one convenient location with Dr. J.D. Robison.

Braces, of course, are designed to straighten crooked or crowded teeth, an incorrect bite and jaw problems. Traditional braces consist of metal brackets that are secured to the teeth with special dental cement and then connected with a wire. This wire is held in place with bands that now come in a rainbow of colors. So, for younger patients, braces can be a chance to show school spirit or just have fun with color. These braces require scheduled appointments for tightening and changing the wire in order to control the pressure, which moves the teeth into place.

For adults, Invisalign clear braces—as the name implies—straighten teeth almost invisibly. So, if the concern is that having braces might compromise your social or professional life, then Invisalign can allay those concerns. These braces straighten teeth with clear BPA-free plastic aligners. You’ll wear each set of aligners for your upper and lower arches for about two weeks and then move on to the next set. As you progress, you’ll begin to see your teeth gradually straighten. Most patients can complete their treatment with Invisalign in about one year.

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So, if your child needs braces and you want to finally straighten your own teeth, schedule an orthodontics appointment for both of you at Robison Dental Group in Canton, MI. Our office also conveniently serves patients from Ann Arbor, Northville, Westland, Plymouth and the surrounding areas.