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December 5, 2019 News News

Woman’s Facebook Ad Says She’ll Do Braces for $400, Medical Professionals Say Buyer Beware

by First Coast News

Four hundred dollar braces? Is it too good to be true? A Facebook post from a private group is raising some eyebrows and concerns from medical professionals. A woman, who posted in the “Duval County Directory and Promo” private group,

September 10, 2019 Feature Oral HealthOrthodontics

The Use Of Braces And Invisalign In Pre-Prosthetic Orthodontics

by Dr. Tracey J. Hendler

Adult patients present with defined treatment goals and priorities. While some of them would like a full mouth rehabilitation, often their goals are more discrete and specific, looking to fix “just the one thing” that brought them into the office.

August 19, 2019 News Oral Health

Adult Braces: Why Are More Grown-Ups Getting Their Teeth Straightened?

by BBC News

Braces are big business. According to the British Orthodontic Society (BOS), three quarters of their members say they’re seeing more grown-ups coming through their doors. Amid the rush to keep pace with demand, many have been expanding and buying new

July 26, 2019 News NewsOral Health

Major Players Operating in the Dental Braces Market from 2019 to 2023

by Technavio

The growing number of dental institutions, and the rising prevalence of dental diseases has led to a significant increase in the number of dental practitioners in developed countries. Moreover, the need for specialized dentists and orthodontists is also increasing in

June 18, 2018 News BlogsOrthodontics

Get Your Patients Excited About Getting Braces with These 7 Orthodontic Tips

by Sharon William, Koch Orthodontics

A lot of your patients probably get skittish prior to getting braces right? The best way to calm them down is by reminding them why they are getting braces in the first place and how they will benefit from them.

June 6, 2018 News News

Canadian Teen’s Fight for Braces Leads to NIHB Policy Change

by Mark Blackburn, APTN National News

It was a three-year court battle of David versus Goliath proportions and the victory will have rippling effects for other kids covered by Health Canada’s Non-Insured Health Benefits program. Josey Willier, from Sucker Creek First Nation in Alberta, was just