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If you have ever known people with braces, you know that there are a lot of things that they cannot eat. Even for people who do not have braces, there are certain foods that are good and bad for the teeth. Strawberries, as mentioned in the title are one example of teeth friendly fruits.
If you have crooked teeth or gaps in your teeth that make you self conscious, however, you probably know that eating all the strawberries in the world will really do nothing to alleviate that problem. For this, you will need an orthodontist. If you go to one, it is likely that your two main options for straightening your teeth will be traditional metal braces and Invisalign. Both of these can be very effective, but the one that is best for you depends on your specific situation. Traditional metal braces are generally more effective for severe cases of misalignment, while Invisalign is often preferable for people who want their teeth straightened out for primarily cosmetic reasons. The invisible aligners are convenient because people will not know that you are doing anything to straighten your teeth, and you can remove them anytime you want, even though you need to be wearing them for the majority of the day.
The type of braces needed for each patient is determined after a thorough examination from an orthodontist in Centerville. For orthodontic treatment Fairborn residents trust, visit King Orthodontics where there are two orthodontists, including:
Call today to schedule an examination for orthodontic treatment that leads to improved dental health and higher self-esteem.
King Orthodontics, 400 East Dayton, Yellow Springs Rd. Fairborn, OH 45324 Phone: (937) 878-1561 Fax: (937) 433-9530
King Orthodontics – 6460 Far Hills Ave, Centerville, Dayton, OH45459 Phone: 937 433 0830
Teeth-friendly Fruits & Vegetables No. 8: Strawberries
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