Orthodontic health can be defined as a healthy, active smile that is esthetically pleasing, with teeth and jaws in good alignment. October is orthodontic health month and a chance to focus on why orthodontic treatment can be a life-enhancing – even life-changing experience. Have you ever known someone who covers their mouth when they start to laugh? Continue reading
We want your Halloween Candy! We will pay $1.00 per pound for any of your sweet treats. We will be accepting Halloween candy from our patients, friends and neighbors until November 13th at 3 PM. You can bring it to the North Phoenix/Scottsdale office (4045 East Bell Rd. Suite #109, Phoenix, AZ, 85032) on November 3rd, 5th, 10th, 11th, and 12th – or the Arcadia/Biltmore office (4444 North 32nd Street, Suite #210, Phoenix, AZ 85018) on November 2nd, 6th, and 13th during regular business hours.
Your candy will be donated to St. Vincent De Paul Food Bank to provide patrons with a little tasty treat during the holidays.
At Budd Orthodontics, we are devoted to transforming the crooked teeth of Phoenix into beautiful works of art that instill confidence in our patients and make them proud to show off their smile to the world. Your smile is literally the centerpiece of your face and the first thing people will notice and remember about a first impression. Can you imagine a more rewarding profession? We can’t – we love what we do for our patients and the changes that take place in their lives as a result of orthodontic treatment.
THERE IS NOTHING WORSE THAN A POKEY ORTHODONTIC WIRE GOUGING YOUR CHEEK OR LIPS
Braces have come a long way over the years with improvements in technology and methods of treatment. Despite these changes and the best efforts of your orthodontist, pokey wires still happen sometimes. It doesn’t take much to have a wire wreak some havoc in your mouth – a wire as small as 1 millimeter can really irritate your cheeks or lips – so what can you do?
Patients frequently arrive at my Phoenix orthodontic office wanting to know what options are available nowadays for treatment with braces. While there are many different manufacturers of orthodontic products in the U.S., most of them offer the same categories of braces with very minor variations.