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The first thing to consider about trauma to the teeth is prevention. If your child is playing contact sports, he or she should be wearing a mouthguard. That said, accidents do happen. If your child knocks out a permanent tooth, a timely response is very important. Call your dentist to let them know what happened. Find the tooth, hold it by the crown (not the root) and rinse it off. Do not rub the root or scrub it. Try to put the tooth back into its socket and hold it in place. If this is something you can’t do, you want to store it in milk or sterile saline solution. If you don’t have either of these, the tooth can be stored in the cheek (don’t swallow!) until you get to the dentist.
Everyone needs some kind of retainer after they finish up with their braces or Invisalign treatment.
Braces aren’t just for kids anymore! People of all ages are seeking the health and beauty benefits of having straight teeth.
As a general rule, it is usually easier, more efficient, and less expensive to start orthodontic treatment after all of the adult teeth have grown into place. This is usually around 12-13 years of age. However, there are some instances where it is advisable to start treatment while some of the baby teeth are still in place.
The Kyger Orthodontics office in Oro Valley.
Invisalign Teen is the clear way for your teens to straighten their teeth without braces. Invisalign Teen has been around for a number of years now and we have been very pleased with the results.
There is no denying that Dr. Del Kyger is a University of Arizona men's basketball fan as posters, newspaper articles and jersey's surround the walls of his orthodontist office. Although that is something he is passionate about, his patients know him best for his quality orthodontic work, his friendly personality and his professional attitude.
The American Association of Orthodontist recommends that your child get their first orthodontic check-up at age 7. The reason for this, is that the adult front teeth (incisors) and the first set of adult molars should be grown in by this time. By looking at how these adult teeth relate to each other, the orthodontist is able to make a good determination about how the teeth are developing and how the growth of the upper and lower jaw bones are relating to each other.
Dr. Del Kyger and his 8-year-old son, Logan, sit in the Del Kyger Orthodontics office, which is clad with numerous University of Arizona memorabilia, pictures and framed newspaper clippings.
Del Kyger graduated from the University of Arizona, but anyone who has walked into his orthodontics office could tell you that.
Getting your teeth straightened and having that winning smile you have always wanted isn't just for kids anymore. More adults than ever are choosing to get their teeth straightened than ever before.