1. 5 Reasons You Need to See an Orthodontist

    With the incoming winter season two things are certain: you will attend many social and familial gatherings and there will be a lot of pictures. Holiday pictures are different than any other pictures because they generally have a greater number of your family in them. Holiday pictures also are different because they are generally photographs that last forever, plastered on every mantle, wall, and …Read More

  2. Tips for Dealing With Pain After Adjusting Your Braces

    Braces work by slowly moving your teeth over a period of time. The brackets and wires put pressure on your teeth to move them into the correct placement. Your orthodontist will adjust the braces periodically in order to keep moving the teeth into the desired position. Dr. Edgren in Greeley does everything possible to make sure patients are comfortable both during and after the adjustment. However,…Read More

  3. Tips for Taking Care of Your Braces

    No one wants to wear braces. We know that. No one ever said, “the years I wore my braces were the best of my life. I just loved my braces.” But there’s no reason that the years you are wearing your braces have to be horrible, painful, or otherwise the worst years of your life. The most important thing you can do to make sure your orthodontic plan goes well is to take care of your braces. If …Read More

  4. Orthodontic Terminology and Definitions Part Two

    When you don’t know what something means, it can sound a lot scarier than it actually is. And, for a lot of patients, orthodontic treatment is a little scary because it is all new and uncharted territory. So, we’re creating this series of articles to help you understand what you’re hearing and what exactly to expect. And, don’t forget, always ask questions. We’re here to help, and that m…Read More

  5. Orthodontic Terminology and Definitions

    If you’re just starting out with braces or another orthodontic treatment, you’re likely to hear a lot of terms thrown around that may not make much sense. Those of us who hear those words all the time tend to forget that not understanding something can often make it seem scarier than it actually is. So, we’ve put together a list of common orthodontic terms and definitions here. If you are in…Read More

  6. Myths about orthodontics and braces

      Always learn the facts. If you’ve been scared away from exploring braces or other orthodontic treatment for yourself or your children because of something you read, or something you heard from a friend, schedule a consultation to see a board-certified orthodontist to make sure you’ve got the facts straight. Now, more than any other time, there is so much information available, it is sometim…Read More

  7. All About TMD

    What the heck is TMD? Well, you may know it as TMJ. TMD stands for temporomandibular joint disorder. TMJ refers to your temporomandibular joint, which is where your you’ll likely feel the symptoms of TMD. Who Gets TMD? There are a lot of reasons someone might suffer from TMD. Any poorly done, or incomplete orthodontic work could lead to TMD. So, if you or your children have braces or are undergo…Read More

  8. Adults and Orthodontics

    While the obvious reasons for adults to seek orthodontic treatment may seem straightforward, there is much more under the surface that you need to know if you are an adult considering braces or other orthodontic treatment. Misaligned and crooked teeth, or a bad bite can lead to tooth decay, TMJ, grinding, broken teeth and more. So if you think the way your teeth look or feel isn’t a good reason …Read More

  9. Choose a Board-Certified Orthodontist

    Working with an orthodontist is not just about your teeth. The work your orthodontist does can have long-lasting implications for the health of your jaw and the way your face forms as you grow. When you put your trust in your orthodontist, whether for braces or because you suffer with TMD, you should be able to trust that they are up-to-date on all of the latest techniques and technology, that the…Read More

  10. When Should You See an Orthodontist?

    When to see an orthodontist and when to begin orthodontic treatment are especially important question for parents of young children. Adults experiencing jaw pain or other issues that aren’t addressed by their dentist or doctor should also be considering whether or not orthodontic treatment is a good course of action. This helpful guide provides a starting point for how to approach orthodontic tr…Read More