Given the evolving situation with COVID-19, we will be following ADA guidelines and temporarily closing for 3 weeks, beginning March 16th. During the closure we will have office staff working limited hours to check messages and attempt to contact any patients we were unable to reach to reschedule your appointments. If you have a true dental emergency and you are a current patient of record, please call our office to leave a message and we will reach out to you as soon as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding and patience during these trying times.
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HEALTHIER GUMS Properly positioned teeth are easier to brush and floss than teeth that are crowded, crooked or spaced too far apart. Properly aligned teeth can help gums fit more tightly around them which may lead to better periodontal health.
EASIER CLEANING With maintenance of good oral hygiene, the chances of having plaque retention, tooth decay or periodontal disease can be reduced.
DECREASED RISK OF ABNORMAL WEAR Properly aligned teeth may also reduce the risk of expensive procedures required to repair the effects of abnormal force, such as tooth chipping, breaking or wear, and can also be less stressful on the supporting jaw bone and joints.