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Extraction-Free Orthodontics

One of the most popular methods used by orthodontists across the country to make room for teeth in a crowded mouth is extraction. However, at Balance Epigenetic Orthodontics, we believe in assessing the big picture by determining why the teeth don’t all fit and solving the problem as a whole without pulling teeth just to make room.

Dr. Buck has discovered that the reason many people suffer from crowded teeth is that their jaws never fully developed to the size nature intended in order to accommodate the full smile they were meant to have. Using his revolutionary system to help stimulate jaw growth, patients don’t need to have teeth extracted in order to have a beautiful smile.

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A Guide to the Best Halloween Treats for Teeth

It’s no secret that sugar can wreak havoc on your teeth, but that’s no reason not to enjoy the holiday festivities that come with the fall season. Here’s a guide to some better treat choices that will sweeten your Halloween fun without hurting your teeth.

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Tips to Stop Nail Biting

Nail biting is one of the hardest bad habits to break. If you’ve ever tried, you know just how true that is. What you may not know is just how bad chewing or biting your nails can be for your teeth.

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Can Bad Habits Cause Malocclusion?

The most basic definition of malocclusion is "the misalignment of the jaw." This common disorder affects people of all ages. The Mayo Clinic estimates more than 200,000 cases are diagnosed every year in the United States alone.

Some of the most common complications associated with malocclusion are crowded teeth, cross bite, overbite, under bite and an open bite, according to Healthline. Symptoms caused by the misalignment of the jaw include frequent biting of the tongue or cheeks; discomfort or difficulty when chewing, biting, speaking or yawning; and the feeling that your teeth don’t line up correctly.

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