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Patient Case Study: Jane FLoyd

Tooth Accident Leads to Complex Treatment Plan – 55 Years Later! Multidisciplinary Team Joins Forces in Unusual Restoration Project (Issued Winter 2019) — When Jane Floyd smiles, you’d never know that many of the teeth you see are not where they used to be. Jane’s ‘teeth story’ started at age six at a Vermont school when […]

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Treating Sleep Apnea with ARCH Orthodontics

Always Tired? Surprise! Arch Orthodontist has a tool to bring you ZZZ’s. Treating sleep apnea is an investment in your long-term health.   (Issued Winter 2019) — Iconic Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia) died at age 60 in 2017 due to health problems related to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Do you get at least seven hours […]

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Will My Teeth Stay In Place After Braces?

At ARCH Orthodontics, we help patients of all ages get their smiles to be straight and healthy. Over the years, one of the most common questions we get is whether or not your teeth will stay in place after braces. The answer? Yes! That is, of course, if you follow your post-treatment instructions… Post-treatment Once […]

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4 Tips to Help Clean Invisalign® Aligners

Choosing to undergo Invisalign treatment is undoubtedly an exciting and super rewarding time in life – no matter if you’re a teen or an adult. With the help of BPA-free, clear aligners that are customized to fit your mouth comfortably, you can have a straighter, healthier smile in no time without having metal brackets and […]

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Why Your Kids (And You) Should Never Use Teeth as Tools

In honor of February being National Children’s Dental Health Month, we’re going to take the opportunity with this blog to talk about something that ARCH’s pediatric dentist in Stoughton sees a lot of… kids (and parents too) are using their teeth as tools. Your ARCH orthodontist in Greater Boston and Cape Cod knows a lot […]

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Tips for Cleaning Teeth with Braces

Having braces is the first step to a straight smile, but it is not the only step. Once you have braces, you have to make sure you take of your teeth while they are on them. This means brushing and flossing properly as well as following the advice of your orthodontist. Why it’s important to […]

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