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Welcome to the Burch Orthodontics Family

Happy new year! As we kick off the new year, It has been so awesome seeing so many incredible smiles. Tallahassee sure is brighter with all of our incredible patients and their smiles. Please give a warm welcome to the newest members of our Burch Orthodontics family. We have had treatments completed and new members with braces, all smiling bright.  

At Burch Orthodontics, our mission is to create lasting relationships with our patients, honoring the trust they have placed with us while creating incredible smiles! Your smile is our number one priority. Schedule a consultation today. 



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Look at this adorable new "Brace Face!" ❤ Welcome to the Burch Ortho Fam! A post shared by Burch Orthodontics (@burchortho) on Jan 29, 2020 at 8:23am PST

Burch Orthodontics: 3 Facts about Your Tooth

At Burch Orthodontics, our mission is to create lasting relationships with our patients, honoring the trust they have placed with us while creating incredible smiles! Your smile is our number one priority. Our teeth say a lot about our health and a healthy oral hygiene routine will keep your smile shining bright all year round in Tallahassee. Here are 3 facts you may not know about your teeth.

1. Baby Teeth: Baby teeth are more important than we realize. Baby teeth hold space for the permanent teeth that follow – it’s important to hang onto them until they’re ready to come out on their own.

2. The part of the tooth you see, the crown is only about a quarter to a third of the entire tooth. The rest of the tooth is under the gums.

3. A cavity is one of the few things the body cannot heal. It just gets larger with time, unless a dentist removes the decay and places a filling.



Burch Orthodontics is now offering any members of our community to join the Burch Orthodontics Family Tree Observ…

Thank You 2019

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It has been another fantastic year at Burch Orthodontics and we are so happy to have seen and transformed so many amazing smiles. We are so thankful for our Tallahassee community. From kids, teenagers to adults, all of our patients have been remarkable and have done a great job with their treatment.

We are so excited for another great year ahead in 2020.




Why Candy Canes are Harmful to Your Teeth

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No Christmas holiday season is complete without candy canes! Whether you love them or don’t, candy canes are everywhere during the holidays. However you feel about candy canes, if you have braces, you may want to avoid candy canes this holiday season.

Candy canes are one of the worst foods for teeth. Candy canes are 100% sugar. Sugar can lead to cavities, tooth decay, and loss. Candy canes are also one of the hardest treats to eat. One of the types of foods you should stay away from if you have braces (during orthodontic treatment) are hard foods and candies and candy canes fit the criteria perfectly.

Combining both reasons, candy canes take a while to eat, which gives the sugar a reason to linger around longer and form into bacteria, leading to cavities. Here are other treats to stay away from this holiday season that are harmful to our teeth.


Your family’s health is a priority and that includes smiles. Burch Orthodontics is now offering any members of our community to join the Burc…

Join the Burch Orthodontics Family Tree Observation Program

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At Burch Orthodontics, our mission is to create lasting relationships with our patients, honoring the trust they have placed with us while creating incredible smiles! Your smile is our number one priority.

Your family’s health is a priority and that includes smiles. Burch Orthodontics is now offering any members of our community to join the Burch Orthodontics Family Tree Observation Program. Join and receive complimentary pre-orthodontic exams until your child is ready for braces. The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that all children be evaluated by an orthodontist by the age of 7.

These pre-orthodontic evaluations at Burch Orthodontics will monitor growth and development and will allow planning for optimal timing for treatment, but will also be fun and engaging for your child.



Smiling into the Holidays in Tallahassee

Thanksgiving is fast approaching and winter is nearly here in Tallahassee. This month we have seen many exciting patients who have completed treatment, as well as those who have begun treatment. The entire team at Burch Orthodontics has had a fantastic time seeing smiles all throughout our office.

At Burch Orthodontics, our mission is to create lasting relationships with our patients, honoring the trust they have placed with us while creating incredible smiles! Your smile is our number one priority.



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Have Braces? Avoid these 3 Treats!

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If you have visited any of the many pumpkin patches in Tallahassee, you know Halloween is right around the corner! The time of sweet treats and endless candies are here. While you may have your pumpkin carved out and Halloween costumes planned out, there is one big reminder you shouldn’t forget when it comes to Halloween and your teeth.

If you are in the middle of orthodontic treatment and wear braces there are certain types of candies and foods you should avoid. Trade them for a braces-friendly treat such as pure chocolate, a soft cookie or even ice cream. Here are three types of treats to avoid if you have braces.

1. Nut Containing Candies
Nut containing treats are very popular on Halloween (and other holidays). Avoid these types of treats because they can damage your braces, causing wires to bend or break. If you have a broken or loose appliance, please call us to determine if your breakage is urgent and requires immediate repair. If a piece comes loose, save it and bring it with y…