A smile is the prettiest thing you can wear. There is a statement that you can find hanging on the walls of cosmetic dentists and orthodontists that says: “A clear smile can open doors”. That is not just a saying, it is a scientific fact. Studies have shown that people with great smiles do overall […]
What are braces? How do they work? Is there more than one option to choose from? How to choose a great orthodontist? All are good questions that come into mind of anyone who is going to take the leap and get their teeth fixed by braces. There are a lot of details, and you should
It is a very common misconception that braces are just for children. While that may have been true 10 or 15 years ago, this is simply not the case in today’s world. Back then, only children had the capacity to tolerate years of treatment, and the unsightly appearance of “metal mouth”. Almost all adults would
Braces are the most common form of orthodontic treatment. They gradually move your teeth to the best and healthiest position as determined by a licensed orthodontist, like Dr. Bob Bryan of Bryan Orthodontics in Hamburg PA and Allentown PA. Although braces are a great thing, there are two things to consider when choosing to pursue
Many of our patients here at Bryan Orthodontics in Hamburg PA, Allentown PA, Auburn PA, Shoemakersville PA, Port Clinton PA, as well as the surrounding Berks County PA area, are surprised to learn that October is National Orthodontic Health Month! What about Halloween? Halloween is still October 31st according to our calendar, but the juxtaposition
Choosing to pursue braces as orthodontic treatment in Allentown PA for a dental condition is a big decision. There are many factors to consider from cost to length of treatment to aesthetic. Dr. Bob Bryan and the team at Bryan Orthodontics are experts in braces in Allentown PA and we want to alleviate your fears! Here
For adults, orthodontic treatment often seems like a major hassle. But it shouldn’t have to be!
When thinking about getting braces, prospective patients automatically think of the pain which many patients associate with them. Unfortunately, yes, they do hurt from time to time. However, this pain is not constant and usually not as bad as it is said to be. A good way to avoid and reduce pain which results from braces