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Thinking about becoming an orthodontist?

If you are still considering your career options, look no further!  Curious about the difference in becoming a Dentist and becoming an Orthodontist?  Dentists and Orthodontists will have similar educational backgrounds. Both must get a bachelor’s degree and then complete a four-year doctoral program at a Dental School. At this point, to become an orthodontist, the dentist must then serve a two- or three-year residency in orthodontics at an American Dental Association approved, university-affiliated program. Ideally, an orthodontist will be certified by the American Board of Orthodontics, the only orthodontic specialty board recognized by the American Dental Association.

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You don’t necessarily have to wait for a child’s molars to come in before seeing an Orthodontist!  The American …

30 Second SMILE challenge!

Forcing yourself to smile for 30 seconds releases chemicals that can change your mood. So, set your timer and see if it works …

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Just because you did not have orthodontic treatment as a child, it is not too late!  On average, 25-30% of patients …