Clear aligners have become increasingly popular among our patients here at Hudson River Orthodontics and nationwide.
A radiant smile is an invaluable asset, instantly boosting confidence and leaving a lasting impression.
What features do you notice first about individuals when you meet them in person?
October is National Orthodontic Health Month, and our orthodontist at Hudson River Orthodontics is celebrating the benefits our treatments provide: Healthy, beautiful smiles that bring years of…
The start of orthodontic treatment is a time of anticipation.
Orthodontic treatments are investments in time, patience and money. You don’t want anything to interfere with your progress.
Everyone who wears braces knows that extra time and effort must be put into cleaning their teeth so they stay free of food, tartar and plaque.
An orthodontist corrects many alignment issues, which is why it can be tough for patients to understand what all of them mean.
When an orthodontist fits you for braces, she (or he) first must take impressions of your mouth. They cast molds of the configurations of your teeth, arch and gums.
People who wear braces must make an extra effort to keep their teeth clean. They maneuver around brackets, molar bands, arch wires, ligatures and, possibly, auxiliary components.
You’ve been looking at your smile in the mirror lately and noticed something has changed. Your lower front teeth have become crowded and crooked.