Showing posts from December, 2019
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.
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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