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We want to make Halloween a little less frightful for orthodontic patients. Stay away from these scary foods!

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Here are some yummy treats that are orthodontic friendly!
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Make brushing fun and much easier for your kids. Cool videos, check them out!

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So many colors to choose from! What color will you choose at your next appointment?
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October is National Orthodontic Health Month
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Orthodontists are qualified dentists, who after graduating from dental school, go onto additional full-time university-based education in an accredited orthodontic residency program supervised by orthodontists. They diagnose, prevent and treat misaligned teeth and jaws. As a Board Certified orthodontist, Dr. Gittess regularly treats young children, teens and adults.
As you search for the best dental care for yourself and your family, selecting a member of the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) is your assurance that you have chosen a fully trained orthodontist. Only orthodontists may be members of the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO)

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Would you like to have a before & after like these? Call Dr. Gittess today for your complimentary consultation so you can have an end result like these.
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There have been some outrageous myths associated with braces and the braces lifestyle. We're just here to set the record straight.
The following information is provided by the American Association of Orthodontists.

MYTH: Orthodontists are appropriate only for the most challenging and complex orthodontic cases.
FACT: Orthodontists recognize the difference between a simple case and a complex one. And when a case is challenging, orthodontists know what to do.

MYTH: Any dentist may join the American Association of Orthodontists.
FACT: Only orthodontists may become members of the American Association of Orthodontists.


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