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At Burch Orthodontics, we make all our patients feel right at home. Our team prides themselves on providing an energetic and fun-loving service to each patient. Our staff is trained and skilled and each member of our team has years of experience in treating patients with the highest level of care. We have a lot of pride in what we do and the way we do it. Whether it is the beginning of receiving braces or the final day of braces, we love to celebrate the beginning and end of our patients smile journey's. Check out a few of our patients this month and their bright beautiful Burch Orthodontics Smiles! Summer is just beginning her smile journey to a brighter smile. Last day of braces for Carter! Peace out braces! Congrats Gabrielle Benjamin's smile looks awesome!
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Our staff is trained and skilled and each member of our team has years of experience in treating patients with the highest level of care. Crowding: Crowding of the teeth is probably the most common orthodontic problem. Although many factors contribute to dental crowding, this problem typically stems from a discrepancy between the space in each jaw and the size of the teeth. Crowding can be the cause or result of other problems, such as impacted teeth, retained teeth or teeth that do not naturally fall out. Crossbite of the front or rear teeth can also cause the teeth to become crowded. Spacing: Spaces between teeth are another common problem associated with the need for orthodontic care. Like crowding, spacing may be related to a tooth-to-jaw size disharmony. Spacing may occur between the front and the back teeth. Tooth size discrepancies, such as smaller teeth or abnormally shaped teeth, or tongue thrust habits can also create abnormal spacing. If you are