October is Dental Hygiene Month!

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Although it’s the start of “Spooky Season,” there are few things more terrifying than the development of periodontal disease and cavities. The American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA) celebrates Dental Hygiene Month this October to advocate for healthy teeth and gums.  One approach that dentists employ is orthodontic treatment to help their patients achieve a cleaner, …

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National Gum Care Month: What is it, and why is it important?

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While many patients choose orthodontic treatment to improve their teeth, they might not realize how it can impact another very important component of their dental health: their gums. Here, we break down this information for our provider’s patients: Why September is National Gum Care Month Different Aspects of Gum Disease How Fixed-Oral Appliances and Removable …

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Back-To-School Month: The Perfect Time to Start Clear Aligners

The beginning of every school year is a time of fresh starts and new routines. On the other hand, it can be a hectic season where parents are more than excited to send their children back to school for another successful year. With so much to look forward to during the new school year, Orthosnap …

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National Align Your Teeth Day is August 11th

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Mark your calendars! National Align Your Teeth Day is commemorated on August 11th every calendar year. The American Academy of Clear Aligners conceived this holiday for dentists, orthodontists, and patients. This holiday celebrates aligning teeth with different technologies that have changed the lives of millions of people around the world. Ways to Celebrate on August …

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Orthosnap vs. Other Clear Aligner Brands—Which is the Best Choice for Your Patients?

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Most people have heard of clear aligners—a removable and “invisible” alternative to braces. Who wouldn’t prefer an “invisible” option? One that doesn’t leave your mouth filled with unsightly and painful metal? The problem with some clear aligner brands, however, is that it is not a viable option for many patients. It can also be more …

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A Symmetrical Smile Is a Healthy Smile

There are many great points that can be made when explaining the benefits of Orthosnap clear aligners to your patients. Our unique approach to manufacturing aligners means that they are superior and more effective than our competitors’ aligner trays. Our process also reduces cost, which means you can offer your patients competitive price-point options. One …

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Answering Questions About Direct-to-Consumer Aligners

In today’s economy, consumers (our dental patients) have come to expect services to be provided more easily, conveniently, and with greater flexibility than ever before. Just take Uber, Amazon Prime, and GrubHub; it’s no wonder that the same concept of “fast, affordable goods and services directly to the home” has rubbed off into the medical …

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Orthosnap Clear Aligners vs Traditional Braces: Which Is Right For Your Patient?

When deciding which orthodontic treatment is right for your patient, there are several options. Patients today can opt for traditional metal braces, clear braces, Invisalign, and Orthosnap clear aligners, depending on what your clinic offers. Deciding which option is best for your patient requires considering several factors, including cost, duration of treatment, comfort, and effectiveness. …

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