Category Archives: Early Orthodontics

Orthodontic Treatments

Orthodontic Treatments

Orthodontic Treatments in Buffalo, NY If you think you child needs to receive orthodontic treatments, you may be wondering what can be done to fix their smile. Here are a few types of orthodontic treatments. Orthodontic Treatments: How Braces Work A lot of times, when patients come into the office they sort of wonder how […]

Early Treatment Orthodontics Guide

A Complete Orthodontic Care Guide

The Early Treatment Orthodontics Guide was created to help parents better understand the potential benefits of early treatment. Contact us to schedule a Free Screening for your child. Download Our Free Early Treatment Orthodontics Guide If you open up an old yearbook or glance through prom pictures from the 70’s and 80’s, there is one glaring […]

The Complete Orthodontic Care Guide

The Complete Orthodontic Care Guide

The doctors at Orthodontists Associates of WNY has created The Complete Orthodontic Care Guide to help parents and patients of orthodontics understand the types treatments. Download Our Free Orthodontic Care Guide As a parent, you are responsible for the health and well-being of your child(ren). That is no easy task! Ensuring your children have sound oral […]

Orthodontic Treatment Benefits

Benefits of Orthodontics Orthodontist in Buffalo, NY

If your child’s teeth are naturally uneven or there is an issue with her or his jaw alignment, it is in your best interest to consult with an orthodontist as early as possible. Building this relationship is among one of the many benefits of orthodontic treatment, and you can learn about some of the other […]

Children’s Braces: Common Myths

Children's Braces: 3 Myths that Just are Not True

The decision to get your children braces is often one that is tinged with concerns that no longer hold true. Painful orthodontics are a thing of the past. Read what our experienced Buffalo orthodontists have to say about some of the most commonly presumed myths about children’s braces. #1 BRACES GO ON EVERY CHILD AT […]

Tongue Thrust

Tongue Thrust Orofacial Myofunctional Disorder Buffalo Orthodontists

Do you struggle with a gap between your front upper and lower teeth, otherwise known as an open bite? Are you dealing with the negative repercussions of this issue, including slurred speech, a lisp, or an issue with your teeth alignment? If so, you may have a condition known as tongue thrust. Tongue thrust occurs […]

Fixing Crowded Teeth

Fixing Crowded Teeth | Orthodontists Associates of WNY | Buffalo, NY

When your jaw is too small for your teeth, it can lead to crowding. Crowded teeth occur due to overlap in your teeth, either some pushed forward, backward, or twisted in a different direction, due to a lack of space in the mouth. This can make sense conceptually, as if there is not enough room […]

Cost of Orthodontics

Cost of Orthodontics | Orthodontist in Buffalo | Affordable Orthodontics

As most of us are aware, dental procedures and insurance can be quite pricey. This article will help you understand more about the cost of orthodontics and what you can do to make the process easy and affordable. Orthodontics is the process of correcting malocclusions or misaligned bites. Our office works with you to make […]

Proper Teeth Alignment

Proper Teeth Alignment | Orthodontists Associates of Western New York

With proper teeth alignment, not only can you feel more positively about yourself, but your mouth is more functional than it would be if your bite was misaligned. Unfortunately, misalignment is a significant issue in people’s oral condition today. Many people go without help or improvement from dentists and orthodontists, letting their conditions worsen. This […]

Invisible Braces

Invisible Braces | Orthodontists Associates | Invisalign | Buffalo, NY

Invisible braces, more commonly known as Invisalign, is an alternative to metal braces. While metal braces use metal brackets on every tooth connected by thick, tight wires to align or straighten your teeth, invisible braces are made of a thick plastic. Orthodontists may also commonly recommend invisible braces, otherwise called aligners, to patients after having […]