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For those curious about Invisalign invisible braces or exploring Madison youth and adult orthodontic options, here is an overview of the Invisalign process and some of the reasons that Invisalign invisible braces have become so popular as an orthodontics option. What is Invisalign(R)? Invisalign(R) is the "clear" way to straighten teeth. Invisalign(R) gradually moves your teeth through a series...
In a few weeks thousands of young athletes will head to the soccer field with their mandatory shin guards and spikes, but few will be wearing mouth guards, despite the fact that the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) reports that soccer is among the leading causes of oral-facial and dental injuries in all of sports. To combat this growing sports-injury problem, particularly the increase in...
Can what you eat be good for your teeth as well as your body? March is National Nutrition Month. Dr. Christine Haag, a dentist with First Choice Dental says, "We agree with the American Dental Association's view on the subject of nutrition and its link to dental health. Oral tissues like gums, teeth, and even chewing muscles are living tissues, and they have the same nutritional requirements as...
If putting the pillow over your head hasn't put an end to your misery over your partner's snoring, there's hope. Or if you're tired of your snoring being the cause of someone else's sleeping issues, it's time to take action. It's possible that relief from snoring or sleep apnea could come from your dentist. Your family dental center may be able to alleviate your snoring or sleep apnea if your...
The phrase "Sip all day. Get decay." was originated and made popular by the Minnesota Dental Association. This phrase captures the connection between soda and tooth decay, and it has caught on in family dental centers around the country due to the increased incidence of tooth decay caused by soda and other high-sugar beverages. Dr. Joe Sharkus of First Choice Dental told of a 40-year-old patient...

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