Why Dentists Should Offer Orthodontics in their Practices

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Not everyone thinks of general dentists when they think of orthodontics, but that’s about to change. General dentists that offer orthodontics give their regular patients an excellent service because they already have an established relationship that helps them understand their health histories, unique personalities, and overall oral health goals. While patients need orthodontics for many …

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Identifying Candidates for Clear Aligners

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More and more dentists and orthodontists are offering clear aligners as an effective method of growing their practice and becoming a part of global, multi-billion dollar industry. With Orthosnap’s patented Dynamic Physical Model®, we can tackle more complex cases. Although not everyone may qualify for clear aligner therapy, the following people should: Patients with Mild, …

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How to Talk to Your Patients About Oral-Systemic Health

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Many patients don’t realize that taking care of their oral health can create a positive chain reaction of wellness throughout the body. Still, all dental professionals have the opportunity to educate their patients on oral-systemic health– how oral health impacts other bodily systems. In this blog, we touch on how orthodontic treatment can positively impact …

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Athletes and Poor Oral Health

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Although sports are beneficial for the body, you may be surprised to discover that athletes are more likely to have poor oral health than everyone else. While the goal of orthodontics is to straighten the teeth, it’s equally important to keep them healthy. When treating athletes, here are a few unique considerations to advise: Gingivitis …

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At-Home vs. In-Office Clear Aligners

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Currently, the direct-to-consumer dental alignment industry is the newest dental frontier. Startup companies aggressively bombard people with advertisements about their services on social media, billboards, and more. Even though the at-home braces market is booming, those who seek do-it-yourself orthodontic treatment must brace themselves for the dangers.  Are your patients considering direct-to-consumer orthodontic treatment? Gently …

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Three Surprising Reasons Why Adults Are Seeking Orthodontic Treatment Right Now

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According to a recent American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) study, adults now outweigh the previously adolescent-dominated orthodontics market. Well-rounded, optimized orthodontic treatment is a win-win for both doctors and adult patients. When you become an Orthosnap provider, you gain access to the most effective, discreet, and affordable aligner on the market. (As well as access …

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How to Improve Patient Compliance

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Compliance is the cornerstone of successful orthodontic treatment, and Orthonsnap providers must encourage optimal levels of patient compliance. Nevertheless, we also understand that patient compliance can be tricky. Need support to tackle this hurdle? Continue reading. Begin with the End in Mind® In his New York Times Best Selling Book “The 7 Habits of Highly …

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New Year, New Cases

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What better way to start the new year than with a resolution that can enhance both health and aesthetics? The beginning of the year often parallels attitudes of improvement and can spark the desire for a straighter smile. Whether you’re interested in enticing existing or new clients, here are four marketing strategies that can promote …

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Record-Keeping and Compliance: Why are they important?

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Many understand that keeping records is a fundamental duty for medical professionals. Despite their utmost importance, record keeping is often a low priority for many practices. Inconsistencies in the record-keeping process lead to incompliance, which is not an option for practices that want to remain open.  Instead of wondering and worrying about the best practices …

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When You Should Use A Digital Scanner, and When You Shouldn’t

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With constant evolutions in dental technology, it can be challenging to decide which inventions to try in your practice and which to pass. One hot-topic technology advancement is intraoral scanners (IOS). Generally speaking, intraoral scanners are devices that can (1) capture an image of the mouth with light and sensors, (2) process said image with …

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