Tag: American Association of Orthodontics
What is Two Phase Orthodontic Treatment?
Once your child has completed his or her orthodontic evaluation with us, you may hear us refer to something called Developmental Orthodontics. If you are new to this term, it can seem a bit daunting. Thankfully, it’s not as intimidating as it sounds; it’s actually pretty straightforward. Developmental Orthodontics is just an orthodontic process that … Continue reading “What is Two Phase Orthodontic Treatment?”
How to Protect Your Braces While Playing Sports
Fall is coming to a close and winter sports are starting! Here at Berkman + Shapiro Orthodontics, we get plenty of concerned patients wondering if a mouthful of braces is going to keep them on the sidelines the whole year. Some patients might even question the timing of getting braces for fear that they won’t … Continue reading “How to Protect Your Braces While Playing Sports”
What Is Orthodontics?
The majority of people out there could probably tell you what an orthodontist does if you asked them. But there’s also a good chance that most of them wouldn’t be able to expand on the topic. Here at Berkman & Shapiro Orthodontics, we want you to be well-informed on what we can do for you and … Continue reading “What Is Orthodontics?”
When should you first visit the Orthodontist?
The American Association of Orthodontics (AAO) recommends that a child’s first visit to an orthodontist take place by age seven, or earlier if an orthodontic problem is detected. They have put together a helpful list that outlines when you should call Drs. Berkman or Shapiro. Here are some warning signs indicating it’s time to check … Continue reading “When should you first visit the Orthodontist?”