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Romeoville, IL 60446
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Straight Talk on Teeth: Don’t Ease Up on Orthodontic Care

If you’re working on aligning your teeth, you know that it’s a constant process and evolution. It’s an investment requiring attention to maintenance and ongoing orthodontic care. Whether you just got started, right in the middle, or are nearing the finish line, dental alignment isn’t something to leave alone while you wait patiently (or impatiently) … Continued

Are Metal Braces Better?

Do you need to straighten your teeth but are unsure about how to go about it? Read our blog post where we discuss metal braces and answer the question: are metal braces better?

Foods to Avoid With Metal Braces

If you’ve just gotten braces, you’re probably wondering what that means for your diet. Read our blog post where we explain what foods you should avoid with metal braces. Contact us if you have questions about other foods.

How Do We Correct Bite Issues?

If you have issues with your bite alignment, don’t waste another day hiding your smile. Read our blog post to learn about the orthodontic technology we use to fix overbites and underbites so you will have the straight smile you’ve always wanted.

Why Are Rubber Bands Worn with Braces?

Read our blog post to learn about the 2 different kinds of rubber bands used to straighten teeth with metal braces. Are you unhappy with the look or alignment of your teeth? Contact us at Romeoville Dental Center to transform your smile!

Should I Get Metal Braces?

If you’re looking to straighten your smile, read our blog post to help you decide if conventional metal braces are a good fit for you. Our Romeoville dental team wants you to have a beautifully straight smile that you are proud to show off. Contact us to schedule a consultation with our expert dentists!

Traditional Metal Braces vs. Invisalign®

A straight smile isn’t just important for your selfies. It’s also important for your oral health. Straight teeth help you brush properly so you can remove plaque, tartar, and bacteria and have healthy teeth and gums. So if you have spacing, alignment, or bite issues, it’s important to have them addressed sooner rather than later. … Continued

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