Can you 3D Print Your Own Invisalign Braces?

3D printing technology, also known as additive manufacturing, has resulted in some amazing creations over the last few years. As the technology progresses and becomes more refined, some have even set out to do the seemingly impossible, such as printing Invisalign braces for correcting crooked teeth.

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10 Important Things to Know Before You Get Dental Braces

Getting braces can be a daunting experience. But it doesn’t have to be scary. With the right information and advice, dental braces can be a walk in the park.

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Advances in Orthodontic Braces - Say Goodbye to the Clunky "Train Tracks" of Earlier Generations

Orthodontic braces have seen significant advances over the last twenty years. Find out how today's braces are better than ones worn by earlier generations.

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How Do I Brush My Teeth with Braces?

Keeping up good oral health requires more maintenance when you have braces. But it doesn’t have to be hard—all you have to do is follow these steps.

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Adult Braces: Are They Worth It?

If you're considering adult braces, you've probably already thought about the aesthetic benefits of doing so, which are indisputable. But the benefits of having necessary dental and orthodontic work extend beyond mere vanity. Because crooked teeth, improper jaw positioning, and a misaligned bite can cause a myriad of problems as you age, braces are as much an investment in your oral health as they are a future confidence booster.

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Do I need braces?

Updated August 17, 2016

Do you have misaligned teeth? Do you suffer from an overbite or an underbite? Are you embarrassed by your crooked teeth? If so, you may want to look into getting braces!

We often think braces are only for teenagers, but this isn't always the case. There are many adults who find that the need braces well after their childhood. It could be that you did not receive dental care as a child or maybe you had braces but didn't wear your retainer the way you were supposed to once they were removed. Whatever the reason, you might be questioning whether your smile would benefit from braces. 

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