Now that winter is over, it’s time to start thinking about spring cleaning! With summer just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about your teeth and how to take care of your braces. Summertime is the time when not only the climate gets hot, but more people turn to tasty, sweet treats. With.Read More
Now that winter is over, it’s time to start thinking about spring cleaning! With summer just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about your teeth and how to take care of your braces. Summertime is the time when not only the climate gets hot, but more people turn to tasty, sweet treats. With.
At Creekwood Orthodontics, we’re proud to help patients throughout the Kansas City, Cameron and Liberty surrounding areas achieve gorgeous new smiles through high-quality orthodontic treatment. We believe getting a new smile should be easy, and we strive to make treatment a convenient process. But while treatment with braces is more convenient than at any other.
Overbites can not only affect the way you look, they can actually cause health issues down the line. If not fixed, an overbite makes your teeth susceptible to tooth decay, can cause jaw pain, induce snoring/sleep apnea, and can even cause speech impediments. Additionally, the abnormal positioning of your teeth affects the shape of your.
By now you’ve heard about Invisalign, the new best way to get your teeth straight without having to wear cumbersome metal braces. Invisalign, as long as you are a candidate, is as effective as braces with their proper wear and care. Dr. John Dorsch and Creekwood Orthodontics are proud to present the case for Invisalign. Our team.
Dentists and orthodontists are concerned that some patients are avoiding cleanings and adjustments due to the coronavirus pandemic, which could cause oral health problems in the months to come. And, with the holiday season on the horizon, when sweets and treats become more plentiful, it can lead to even more oral health issues. The experts at Creekwood.
Halloween is a fun and exciting time of year. Most kids and teens are deciding what to dress up as, going to Halloween themed parties, and most likely eating too much candy. Dr. John Dorsch wants his patients to enjoy the festivities but also wants his patients to care for their braces appropriately and follow.