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    • 13 MAR 18
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    Is Invisalign Suitable for Me?

    When most people think of orthodontics, they sometimes imagine unsightly metal braces. However, recent advances in orthodontic care allow many patients to have their teeth straightened  without metal wires and brackets. If you’re looking for a discreet teeth straightening option, you should consider Invisalign.   Invisalign technology uses clear plastic aligner trays to slowly move

    • 28 FEB 16
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    Invisalign in Modern Orthodontics

    Clear aligners to create your beautiful smile. Do you want the most advanced & cosmetic orthodontic treatment? Dr. Crotty recently attended the first Congress of the European Aligner Society. Since Orthodontics developed as a specialty almost 100 years ago, there have been arguments about whether “train tracks” or “retainers” should be used. “Train tracks” ( or fixed braces )

    • 10 MAR 16
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    How frequent are my orthodontic appointments?

    “How often do I have to come?”, “What if I think the teeth are not moving as expected?”, “I find it difficult to take time off work for routine appointments, so what should I do?”. These are all frequent and reasonable questions. Fortunately, there is a great solution in sight – and Dr. Crotty is

    • 16 MAR 16
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    Hidden Sugars in Everyday Foods can cause Tooth Decay

    Sugar has become the “big baddie” recently – and it is about time. Rotten teeth and tooth aches are something we all fear, not just the pain but also the solutions to deal with them. Your sugar intake, frequency and pattern all have a large influence on the health of your teeth. Many common foods,

    • 20 DEC 17
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    Good Bite v Bad Bite – which one are you?

    The chewing system is composed of teeth, muscles, jaw joint, etc. All of these parts must work together in a harmonious manner for proper function and maintainable health. The muscles are relaxed. The joint is stable and the teeth work in a protected environment.  When teeth bite together in the “normal” bite, all of the