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Montano Orthodontics recently hosted another Dental Education meeting for the local dentists last week. The topic was “The Pink Hybrid Restoration: The Prosthetic Solution for Anterior Ridge Defects” by Dr. Christian Coachman. Esthetically replacing missing teeth in areas of significant anterior ridge deformities has been, and still is, a significant challenge in dentistry. High esthetic […]

Why Is Choosing an Orthodontist Such a BIG Decision?

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Choosing an orthodontist is a big deal! Orthodontists complete an additional 2-3 years of training beyond dental school in order to focus specifically on aligning teeth, correcting jaw relationships, and bringing balance to the lower half of the face. Because dentists receive very little orthodontic instruction in dental school, this additional education is necessary to […]

Why Orthodontic Treatment?

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According to the American Association of Orthodontists, the goal of orthodontic treatment is a good bite—meaning straight teeth that mesh well with the teeth in the opposite jaw. A good bite makes it easier for you to bite, chew, and speak. It also allows you to keep better hygiene as teeth are not blocking others […]

Straight Talk About Crooked Teeth

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Did you know having a beautiful smile isn’t the only reason to straighten your teeth? Crooked teeth not only have a negative affect on your appearance but also on your overall health. Watch this video from Invisalign to learn more about how crooked teeth can contribute to periodontal disease, premature wear, systemic disease, and much […]

First Dental Education Meeting for 2013 at Montano Orthodontics

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Montano Orthodontics is hosting another Dental Education course tonight. Dr. Montano and Dr. Cardall stay up to date with the ever-advancing dental technology by attending and hosting continuing education courses several times a year. The topic for this evening is “Happily Ever After: Dentistry’s Role in Identifying and Treating Children’s Airway Issues” by Jeff Rouse. […]

 
 
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