Showing posts from September, 2018

Spirit Week at Burch Orthodontics

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. We love what we do and we love having fun doing it. After all, we are creating beautiful smiles everyday. One of our favorite things to do at our office is dress-up days. Last week was “Spirit Week” at Burch Orthodontics and we had a blast with our patients. Monday: Harry Potter Day Tuesday: Mythical Creature Day Wednesday: Burch Rodeo Day Thursday: 80’s Day We have a lot of pride in what we do and the way we do it. A sense of accomplishment, the thrill of achievement and the feeling of being a part of something that really makes a difference is what drives each and every one of our team members!

Orthodontic Treatment Myths

Myth: My dentist says he can give me braces Truth: Pause and consult with an orthodontist. While all orthodontist are dentist, a very few percentage of dentist are also orthodontist. An orthodontist is a dental specialist in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of dental and facial irregularities. Orthodontists must successfully complete an additional two to three-year residency program of advanced dental education in orthodontics. Myth: Braces can interfere with radio signal Truth: This would actually be cool, but this is false! The type of metal used to make your braces might look like what your radio’s antenna is made out of, but your braces are not going to conduct radio signals. Myth: I can’t play sports with braces Truth: Having braces, does not mean you have to stop living your life! As long as you wear a mouthguard, braces should not stop you or your child from playing your favorite sport. Ask our staff for more information on mouthguards. Myth: My teeth will re