People seldom notice old clothes if you wear a big smile. ~Lee Mildon

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As humans, we’re designed to read facial expressions before anything else. It’s our most basic method of communication. Think about infants for a moment – before they understand language, before they understand anything, they understand their parents’ faces. Even as adults, the first thing we notice is a person’s expression. It informs everything about them, no matter what else accompanies them. That’s why a smile is so important – it’s a defining feature that pushes beyond the boundaries of fashion and language into the realm of pure communication.

Tend to Your Smile

If you want to look your best, you have to tend to your smile. Since it’s the first thing people notice, it’s the first thing on which you will be judged. Unfortunately, too many people are ashamed to show off their smile because of entirely fixable issues. A few crooked teeth or dental damage can sap your confidence and make it harder for others to see your smiling face – but don’t worry, those issues can be fixed.

Working with an orthodontist is the best way to put the focus back on your smile. Trained orthodontists can give you options that will allow you to boost your own confidence and fix the problems that have long plagued you. These trained specialists are more than just dentists – they are individuals who have the tools and training to help you fix your most valuable possession. With an orthodontist’s help, your smile will always be your most memorable feature.

Contact Us to Schedule an Orthodontic Appointment

If you are fortunate enough to live in California, then call Nalchajian Orthodontics to schedule an appointment with either:

• Dr. Nicole Nalchajian
• Dr. Greg Nalchajian

We offer a free consultation at our facility to determine if a patient requires treatment to correct their misaligned teeth. At Nalchajian Orthodontics, patients can have these orthodontic devices applied to their teeth:

• Ceramic braces
• Invisalign aligners for teenagers or adults
• Retainers

Patients can schedule an appointment with us at our Clovis or Fresno offices by making a telephone call or using our website.

Nalchajian Orthodontics
7501 N Fresno St, Suite 105, Fresno, CA 93720
Phone: (559) 432 7100

People seldom notice old clothes if you wear a big smile. ~Lee Mildon

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How to Take Care of Your Retainers

retainersAn orthodontic treatment does not end with installing the retainers. Keeping the retainers healthy and clean all the time is also an important aspect of your dental wellbeing. In this post, we are going to take you through a comprehensive guideline on how to take care of your retainers for a seamless beautiful smile.

Clean the retainer regularly

Like the rest of your mouth, retainers are susceptible to bacterial infection. If not cleaned regularly, they can form a breeding ground for germs and other microscopic organisms responsible for foul smell in the mouth. Therefore, you need to clean them on a regular basis just like your teeth. If possible, clean and rinse them after every meal with a soft brush. Make sure you check with your orthodontist on which brush to use when cleaning the retainers. Some of them can survive rough toothbrush and gentle toothpaste while others cannot. You can use a mouthwash that has no alcohol content.

Wear the retainer according to instructions

An orthodontist will give varying instructions depending on the current health of your teeth. He or she may require you to wear the retainer all the time or wear them at specific periods and occasions. Initially, the doctor will require you to wear the retainer full time until the jawbone and the gums begin to stabilize around the teeth. This takes a long time, and it is only your orthodontists who can advice you on the exact time you need to wear it.

Don’t eat with the retainer

Eating food with a removable retainer is always discouraged because you are likely to cause damage to it. More so, the food particles will stick in the retainer. Always take them out before any meal to prevent such damages. Ensure you put them safely in their casing until you finish eating.

Store the retainer well

Whenever you take the retainer off from your mouth, you need to store it properly. You should not leave the retainer wrapped in a tissue or paper towel since someone can easily mistake it for waste and accidentally throw it away. Never leave the retainer exposed to direct sunlight. Neither can you leave it lying around outside its casing because it can get lost.

Avoid eating foods that might damage a permanent retainer

When a doctor recommends a permanent retainer, you have no option but to abide by his or her instructions. Part of these instructions may include avoiding foods that might damage the retainer. Don’t let hard or crunchy food get into your mouth lest you break the retainers. Never use gum while on retainers since they might get stuck on them and cause serious damage. Avoid sugary foods or soda to prevent tooth decay.

Use floss threaders

To properly care for your teeth, you need to floss it occasionally. You have to floss the teeth using floss threaders in order to have access to the spacings between the teeth and the retainer wire. A floss threader is essential for feeding the dental floss between the teeth and the wires. Begin with 18 inches of waxed floss and slip one through the floss threader until it is at the center of the dental floss. Use the thread up against the teeth and move it slightly upward and downwards on the place you want to floss.

Brush around the permanent retainer

It is a bit challenging to brush your teeth round a fixed retainer. This is because you cannot just remove the retainer to brush as you do with a removable one. Since you got no option of removing it, you just have to clean around it. Use a soft brush to prevent damaging the retainers. Just use the brush as you would do without the retainer. Start with the backs then the chewing surface. Be careful with the front part. Carefully brush along your gums then continue above and below the retainer wire. After you finish brushing, rinse your mouth properly and check in the mirror to ensure you don’t miss out on any food particle.

In some cases, you can use proxabrush with a shape that looks like a Christmas tree to clean the retainer and other parts of the teeth. However, they are specially designed for cleaning around retainer wires and braces.

Keep in touch with your orthodontist regularly

Most people will forget about their orthodontist once they are through with installing the retainers. This is very wrong, especially if you desire to take care of them and heal well. You need to maintain contact with the orthodontist to help you with tips on how to care for your retainers. He or she will also help you with any problem that may arise during the healing period.

Contact Us to Schedule an Orthodontic Appointment

If you are fortunate enough to live in California, then call Nalchajian Orthodontics to schedule an appointment with either:

• Dr. Nicole Nalchajian
• Dr. Greg Nalchajian

We offer a free consultation at our facility to determine if a patient requires treatment to correct their misaligned teeth. At Nalchajian Orthodontics, patients can have these orthodontic devices applied to their teeth:

• Ceramic braces
• Invisalign aligners for teenagers or adults
• Retainers

Patients can schedule an appointment with us at our Clovis or Fresno offices by making a telephone call or using our website.

Nalchajian Orthodontics
7501 N Fresno St, Suite 105, Fresno, CA 93720
Phone: (559) 432 7100

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Wear a smile and have friends; wear a scowl and have wrinkles. ~George Eliot

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Wear a smile and have friends; wear a scowl and have wrinkles ~ George Eliot

Wear a smile and have friends; wear a scowl and have wrinkles. So said George Eliot. It’s really true that when you smile, you attract people to you by having a much more pleasant demeanor. But when you frown or scowl, you not only repel people from wanting to interact with you, but you also over a long period of time develop unattractive wrinkles on your face. So you definitely want to smile. There are many ways you can proudly wear a smile, and getting orthodontic work to straighten your teeth and perfect your smile is one of them. There are several key types of orthodontia to know about.

Conventional Metal Brackets

Although newer types of orthodontic appliances have come about over the years, metal brackets still continue to be the most popular type of orthodontic treatment. They involve placing metal brackets on all of the teeth. They provide a more affordable option than some other types of orthodontic appliances.

Invisalign Appliance

This has become more popular over the years, especially with people who want less intrusive appliances while they’re going through orthodontic treatment because of the “invisible” look of the appliances. Invisalign is made of clear overlay aligner material. Both adults and teens can be great candidates for this type of orthodontic treatment. One main down side of Invisalign is the higher cost than treatments like conventional metal brackets.

Ceramic Material

Another option for people who want a less intrusive look from a cosmetic standpoint is ceramic braces, which are made out of clear material. This type of braces can be less sturdy than conventional metal braces, so they might be better suited for adults or people who can handle the braces with extra care.

Contact Us to Schedule an Orthodontic Appointment

If you are fortunate enough to live in California, then call Nalchajian Orthodontics to schedule an appointment with either:

• Dr. Nicole Nalchajian
• Dr. Greg Nalchajian

We offer a free consultation at our facility to determine if a patient requires treatment to correct their misaligned teeth. At Nalchajian Orthodontics, patients can have these orthodontic devices applied to their teeth:

• Ceramic braces
• Invisalign aligners for teenagers or adults
• Retainers

Patients can schedule an appointment with us at our Clovis or Fresno offices by making a telephone call or using our website.

Nalchajian Orthodontics
7501 N Fresno St, Suite 105, Fresno, CA 93720
Phone: (559) 432 7100

Wear a smile and have friends; wear a scowl and have wrinkles. ~George Eliot

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One Smile Can’t Change the World, But Your Smile Changes Mine

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There is power in a smile, and it could remain untapped if you do not consider the beautifying powers of an expert orthodontist. This may seem strange, but a beautiful smile can make you seem more sociable; you might even get a promotion. The following are a few ways an orthodontist can help make your smile spectacular. This might change someone’s world, just as your smile should.

Repairing Crooked Smiles

One common issue with a smile is misaligned teeth. This issue is more than just an appearance issue. Misalignment can lead to in-mouth injuries, not to mention that it might be harder to clean your teeth. This is one reason why those who suffer from a misaligned smile have a higher risk of cavities. The issue is usually resolved with braces or Invisalign, though there are other options.

Correcting Jaw Misalignment

This is a problem that may require surgery as well as the use of retainers to ensure that the teeth stay in place. Jaw misalignment can affect you in many ways. For one, untreated jaw misalignment could lead to facial deformity, not to mention weakened gums. Weakened gums can lead to dental loss. You should remember that jaw misalignment can also cause excessive dental wear due to a misaligned bite and teeth clenching.

Fixing a Crowded Smile

Another issue that is common is overcrowded teeth. This usually means there are too many teeth in your mouth. The orthodontist may need to cut away some teeth to allow the rest to breath and stretch out as they should. There is also a period of readjustment with the use of braces of your choice.

Contact Us to Schedule an Orthodontic Appointment

If you are fortunate enough to live in California, then call Nalchajian Orthodontics to schedule an appointment with either:

• Dr. Nicole Nalchajian
• Dr. Greg Nalchajian

We offer a free consultation at our facility to determine if a patient requires treatment to correct their misaligned teeth. At Nalchajian Orthodontics, patients can have these orthodontic devices applied to their teeth:

• Ceramic braces
• Invisalign aligners for teenagers or adults
• Retainers

Patients can schedule an appointment with us at our Clovis or Fresno offices by making a telephone call or using our website.

Nalchajian Orthodontics
7501 N Fresno St, Suite 105, Fresno, CA 93720
Phone: (559) 432 7100

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The Importance of Wearing Retainers after Treatment

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Getting braces removed is always exciting, but many people do not realize that all of the work is not over yet. Maintaining straight teeth is actually a lengthy commitment that does not end once you no longer have to take regular trips to the orthodontist.In order to avoid losing your newly straightened smile, it is important to keep wearing a retainer for the recommended amount of time. Skipping this important step in the orthodontic process may lead to issues that require you to get braces again.

What Does a Retainer Do?

A retainer is a metal or plastic device that keeps teeth aligned even after a patient no longer needs braces or Invisalign. Retainers are individually molded to fit into each patient’s mouth and provide the pressure and guidance needed to prevent teeth from drifting back into their previous, crooked alignment. When your orthodontist is deciding on a treatment plan for proper tooth and jaw alignment, the treatment plan will also include the type and duration needed for retainers. Some patients need retainers on both the top and bottom teeth, and the length of time the retainer must be worn depends on each individual case. At first, a retainer keeps teeth from shifting back into their places from before a patient wore braces. After the first few years, a retainer can still be worn to prevent the gradual physiologic drift of teeth that happens with age.

What Are the Most Common Types of Retainers?

Though all retainers are used for the same goal of keeping teeth straight, they accomplish this in a few different ways. Depending on a patient’s needs, they may need more than one type of retainer. There are three main types of retainers that orthodontists generally recommend for patients to wear.

  • Bonded Retainers – These retainers are a firm arch of wire that is cemented on the back of a patient’s lower canines. Since bonded retainers are permanent, a patient does not have to worry about losing the retainer or forgetting to wear it. Though they are useful, bonded retainers cannot be used on the upper teeth because they would prevent proper biting techniques.
  • Hawley Retainers – These are the most commonly used retainers for the upper teeth. A Hawley retainer consists of an acrylic piece that is shaped to fit the upper mouth and a wire that surrounds the outer surface of the upper teeth.
  • Essix Retainers- These types of retainers are completely clear. Like Invisalign trays, Essix retainers are designed to fit over all of the teeth, and they are not as noticeable as Hawley retainers.

How Long Do You Need to Wear a Retainer?

There are many different factors that will affect the precise time you need to wear a retainer. In the first three to six months after braces are first removed, most orthodontists recommend that patients wear their retainers at all times besides eating or brushing teeth. Once the teeth start to stabilize into their new position, the patient can normally start wearing their retainer just at night. Doing this over a period of one to three years after braces removal will prevent immediate orthodontic relapse. To keep your teeth straight for the rest of your life, most orthodontists recommend that patients continue to wear a retainer to bed at least two or three nights of each week indefinitely.

What Happens If You Do Not Wear Your Retainer?

Since retainers are designed to keep teeth in a straight position, regularly leaving the retainer out will gradually cause problems. Not wearing a retainer for one to two nights will not cause teeth to immediately spring back into a crowded or crooked mess. However, over time, you will notice that teeth start to become crooked if you do not wear a retainer. If you stopped wearing your retainer right after your braces were removed, you may deal with orthodontic relapse. This happens because it takes a little while for the jaw bones and gums to harden around the new position of the teeth, so teeth will shift back into their former position. If you do not wear your retainer as you age, you may suffer from physiologic drift which happens because teeth naturally move forward in the mouth as people age. Many adults were rigorous about wearing their retainer in the first few years after braces, but then they gradually lose the retainer or no longer bother with wearing it. This normally results in noticeably shifted teeth within about five years.

What Happens If Your Retainer No Longer Fits?

If you do not wear your retainer for a while, it will no longer fit because your teeth have shifted so far away from their previous positions. At first, it may be possible to force the retainer back onto your teeth even after it no longer fits perfectly. If the misalignment is very slight, constant wear of a slightly too tight retainer can push teeth back into place. This is not recommended if the misalignment requires you to force your retainer back into place. Wearing a very ill fitting retainer can cause damage to the surface of the teeth. Therefore, you should contact your orthodontist about being fitted for a new retainer if you can no longer wear it comfortably.

Almost every patient will experience some slight shifting after they get their braces removed, and retainers are important because they prevent uneven tooth settling. Wearing a retainer for an adequate amount of time can keep your teeth from shifting drastically. but it is common for a patient to not realize the need for a retainer until it is too late.

Contact Us to Schedule an Orthodontic Appointment

If you are fortunate enough to live in California, then call Nalchajian Orthodontics to schedule an appointment with either:

• Dr. Nicole Nalchajian
• Dr. Greg Nalchajian

We offer a free consultation at our facility to determine if a patient requires treatment to correct their misaligned teeth. At Nalchajian Orthodontics, patients can have these orthodontic devices applied to their teeth:

• Ceramic braces
• Invisalign aligners for teenagers or adults
• Retainers

Patients can schedule an appointment with us at our Clovis or Fresno offices by making a telephone call or using our website.

Nalchajian Orthodontics
7501 N Fresno St, Suite 105, Fresno, CA 93720
Phone: (559) 432 7100

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Smiling Speaks to People Charmingly Without Saying a Word

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The act of smiling has many positive elements to it, but the greatest one is that it can speak to other people. A gorgeous smile can speak to a person in the morning and say, “It’s nice to see you today!” A smile can give a subtle confirmation of acknowledgment to a passerby. A smile has an element of charm in it, as well. A smile can let a male or female know that one is interested in meeting some time for coffee. Smiles are priceless in their ability to communicate. Therefore, Fresno residents should always make a point to visit the orthodontist to perfect the smile. An orthodontist can perfect the smile with the following treatments:

Teeth Whitening and Cleaning

First thing’s first. A perfect smile starts with a clean smile. An experienced orthodontist can provide a patient with just the right amount of teeth cleaning and whitening. Some dental plans cover cleaning.

Braces and Brackets

Braces are options for people who suffer from a deep level of malocclusion. An experienced orthodontist can provide a patient with some options for braces such as traditional braces, lingual braces, Damon braces and so much more.

Invisalign Aligners

Invisalign is a revolutionary system that uses plastic aligners that can come out of the mouth. Invisalign is magnificent for situations that call for access. Users can remove their aligners to clean their teeth at any given time. Invisalign is for people who want to keep their treatment discreet but still effective.

Contact Us to Schedule an Orthodontic Appointment

If you are fortunate enough to live in California, then call Nalchajian Orthodontics to schedule an appointment with either:

• Dr. Nicole Nalchajian
• Dr. Greg Nalchajian

We offer a free consultation at our facility to determine if a patient requires treatment to correct their misaligned teeth. At Nalchajian Orthodontics, patients can have these orthodontic devices applied to their teeth:

• Ceramic braces
• Invisalign aligners for teenagers or adults
• Retainers

Patients can schedule an appointment with us at our Clovis or Fresno offices by making a telephone call or using our website.

Nalchajian Orthodontics
7501 N Fresno St, Suite 105, Fresno, CA 93720
Phone: (559) 432 7100

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Be Someone’s Reason To Smile

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Offer Kindness to Others to Give Them a Reason to Smile

There are great ways for you to be someone’s reason to smile today, including opening a door for them or carrying a heavy package. It is easier to offer kindness to another individual rather than making their life difficult. If you are unhappy with your smile, then it is time to visit an orthodontist for an evaluation. By wearing traditional braces or clear Invisalign aligners, you can reduce the gaps between your teeth in six months to two years. After orthodontic treatment, you will also feel better because having straight teeth makes it easier to consume a healthy diet.

Give Your Children a Reason to Smile Today by Visiting an Orthodontist

By simply smiling at people, you can help them to become happier for the rest of the day. As a result, they also will smile at others. Of course, if you are self-conscious about your smile, then you need to have an examination with three-dimensional imaging from an orthodontist. With the modern technology available today, it is possible to undergo faster orthodontic treatment to improve the positions of your teeth. Parents can also become their child’s reason to smile more by making sure they have straight teeth with no malocclusions.

Contact Us to Schedule an Orthodontic Appointment

If you are fortunate enough to live in California, then call Nalchajian Orthodontics to schedule an appointment with either:

• Dr. Nicole Nalchajian
• Dr. Greg Nalchajian

We offer a free consultation at our facility to determine if a patient requires treatment to correct their misaligned teeth. At Nalchajian Orthodontics, patients can have these orthodontic devices applied to their teeth:

• Ceramic braces
• Invisalign aligners for teenagers or adults
• Retainers

Patients can schedule an appointment with us at our Clovis or Fresno offices by making a telephone call or using our website.

Nalchajian Orthodontics
7501 N Fresno St, Suite 105, Fresno, CA 93720
Phone: (559) 432 7100

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How can Widely Spaced Teeth Impact your Overall Health?

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A lot of people think that orthodontic issues such as gaps in teeth are purely an appearance concern. However, widely spaced teeth in adults can result from continued growth of the jawbone, or a certain disease. Treating such a condition can be more life-changing. Aside from giving you a confident smile, corrected teeth can offer significant benefits to your overall health. Gaps in teeth create a good environment for bacterial buildup. This can, in turn, lead to serious oral health problems including:

  • Tooth decay or tooth loss
  • Gingivitis
  • Mouth sores and bad breath

Tooth Decay

Dental carries is a bacterial infection that leads to the destruction of the teeth. This bacterium consumes food debris and sugar on the teeth producing enzymes, acids, and toxic by-products. People that have spaced teeth are prone to decay because the wide spaces make it difficult to control the bacteria. The acids corrode and eventually destroy the teeth. If left untreated, pain may occur, and you may lose your teeth. Understand that before a cavity appears in the enamel, it can take several years. The moment cavity touches the cementum; decay progresses rapidly since the centum is not hard. Root decay resulting from widely spaced teeth is very painful, serious, and can lead to the loss of teeth. Streptococcus sobrinus and streptococcus mutans are the bacteria responsible for cavities. With the help of a professional orthodontist, a comprehensive analysis of the condition of your teeth is vital.

Gingivitis

Gingivitis is a common problem with people that have widely spaced teeth. It is an inflammation that results from bacteria that is usually trapped in pockets between the teeth and gums. With widely spaced teeth, tartar and plaque can form more easily. It can quickly develop into periodontitis if left untreated affecting the connective tissues, the gums and the jawbone supporting your teeth. Gingivitis can be mild. For that reason, you may not know that the condition exists. Understand that gingivitis must be taken very seriously and has to be treated promptly. If left untreated, it can lead to the loss of teeth. If you have a puffy, bleeding, or dusky red gum, you could be having gingivitis. Signs of this condition include:

  • Puffy, soft gums
  • Swollen gums
  • Tender gums
  • Receding gums
  • Bleeding gums
  • Change in gum color
  • Bad breath

The sooner you have your teeth fixed, the higher the chances of reversing gingivitis progression to periodontitis. Traditional braces or Invisalign aligners may be recommended.

Mouth Sores and Bad Breath

Widely spaced teeth cause a host of problems including bad breath and sores. Gingivitis can lead to lesions/wounds that then affect the gums. The whole process starts with bacteria. When the harmful bacteria increase in mass and thickness to form plaque, a cellular injury is caused to the adjacent gums. When the plaque remains in the periodontal area, it forms calculus. Unlike plaque which is a soft mass, calculus is hard to remove. Although major oral concerns such as gum disease, mouth sores, tooth loss among others can be caused by oral health issues, widely spaced teeth are a high contributing factor. Bacteria buildup resulting from gapped teeth can cause bad breath.

Serious Health Conditions Resulting from Oral Health Problems

• Stroke
• Pneumonias
• Heart disease
• Diabetes

Causes of Widely Spaced Teeth

Acromegaly

This is a condition where too much growth hormone happens, and certain body tissues get larger. It is a condition that happens in close to 6 of every 100,000 adults. The growth is, however, a noncancerous tumor. Its symptoms include:’

  • Headache
  • Body odor
  • Fatigue
  • Hoarseness
  • Large feet
  • Joint pain
  • Excessive sweating
  • Weakness
  • Large face bones
  • Large jaw
  • Limited joint movement
  • Sleep apnea
  • Widely spaced teeth
  • Excess hair growth in women
  • Weight gain

Morquio Syndrome

This is an inherited metabolism disease where the body misses certain substances needed to break down sugar molecules. It is also known as MPS IV. It is an autosomal recessive trait. If for example both parents have the gene, all their children will have a 25% chance of carrying it. Symptoms include:

  • Hypermobile joints
  • Knock-knees
  • Widely spaced teeth
  • Coarse facial features

Ellis-Van Creveld Syndrome

This is a rare genetic disorder that affects the growth of bones. It is caused by defects in Ellis-van Creveld syndrome genes positioned together on a chromosome. Symptoms include:

  • Cleft palate
  • Extra fingers
  • Nail problems
  • Epispadias
  • Short legs and arms
  • Short height
  • Tooth abnormalities such as widely spaced teeth
  • Sparse hair

Sanfilippo Syndrome

This is a genetic metabolism disorder. The body fails to properly break down sugar molecules referred to as glycosaminoglycans. It is one of the most common types of MPS. A history of this syndrome in a given family increases the risk of the condition. Common symptoms include:

  • Deteriorated mental status
  • Diarrhea
  • Full lips
  • Sleep difficulties
  • Walking problems
  • Stiff joints

Self-Inflicted Behavior

Gaps between any two teeth may result from self-inflicted behavior. For instance, when there is a small gap, you may try to push your tongue in, and that can cause a wider gap. If the tongue pushes hard enough, that could aggravate any underlying problem.

In the past, having straight and full teeth used to be a matter of genetics. If you have such and never lost any in your adult life, you were considered fortunate. Today, however, a professional orthodontist, dental insurance and finances that can cover gap closing treatment are all you need. There are several methods including braces and Invisalign that can be used to close wide gaps. As you weigh the pros and cons to decide whether treatment is worth it or not, remember that your health matters.

Contact Nalchajian Orthodontics Today

Nalchajian Orthodontics located in California has two qualified professionals who can determine if you need braces. They are:

• Dr. Nicole Nalchajian
• Dr. Greg Nalchajian

You can find out more about braces or aligners that meet the requirements of children, teenager or adults by calling one of these Nalchajian Orthodontics offices:

• Clovis – 559-299-9561
• Fresno – 559-432-7100

Every patient visiting Nalchajian Orthodontics receives one complimentary consultation to learn more about the types of aligners and braces necessary for straightening their teeth.

Nalchajian Orthodontics
7501 N Fresno St, Suite 105, Fresno, CA 93720
Phone: (559) 432 7100

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Be Confidently Beautiful With a Smile

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Your smile says a lot about you. Turning up the corners of your mouth and laughing projects something to the world around you. It’s a sign of beauty. And while they say beauty is only skin deep, your mouth, teeth, and smile are actually a reflection of the health and beauty of your inner being. So when your teeth don’t look as great as you would like them to, it’s time to visit your orthodontist to discover today’s options for oral health including Invisalign®.

All About Invisalign

Invisalign allows you to be beautiful while improving your teeth and your smile. By using a virtually invisible plastic fitting that is created exclusively for you and your teeth, you get the straightening benefit of braces without all the metal. You wear them over your teeth and users find them to be smooth and comfortable.

Your orthodontist will work with you on a care plan; however, everyday life with invisalign is simple. You can brush and floss your teeth everyday just like you’re used to doing now because they can be removed, cleaned and reinserted with very little effort. This means maintaining a fresh, healthy mouth during your treatment and limiting the chance of residual food and bacteria hiding in hard-to-reach places. Right now, you may be living with less than perfect teeth. Just “dealing” with it. However, the prettier your teeth are, the more you will smile. And, the more you smile, the more you use your facial muscles, and the younger you’ll look

Contact Nalchajian Orthodontics Today

Nalchajian Orthodontics located in California has two qualified professionals who can determine if you need braces. They are:

• Dr. Nicole Nalchajian
• Dr. Greg Nalchajian

You can find out more about braces or aligners that meet the requirements of children, teenager or adults by calling one of these Nalchajian Orthodontics offices:

• Clovis – 559-299-9561
• Fresno – 559-432-7100

Every patient visiting Nalchajian Orthodontics receives one complimentary consultation to learn more about the types of aligners and braces necessary for straightening their teeth.

 

Nalchajian Orthodontics
7501 N Fresno St, Suite 105, Fresno, CA 93720
Phone: (559) 432 7100

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Life Is Short. Smile While You Still Have Teeth

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Life truly is short. You need to enjoy every minute of it that you possible can. Part of enjoying life is smiling. Thanks to the work of a professional orthodontist, you are able to have an ideal smile. There are a number of different options available to you when it comes to having an ideal smile, including those associated with straightening your teeth.

Invisalign Braces

There are many reasons to straighten your teeth. Most of the time, malocclusion is a cosmetic problem, which means that people don’t like the way their teeth look. But it can also have a serious impact on self-esteem. If you feel your teeth need straightening, consider the benefits of Invisalign braces. These types of braces can provide you the benefits you need without being obtrusive during the straightening process. Typically, others will not realize you are wearing a dental device when you go the Invisalign route.

Comfort and Easy Maintenance

Another benefit of this type of teeth straightening option is found in the fact that it is a comfortable option. Unlike other treatments that are uncomfortable and even painful, this option causes little discomfort when installed and next to none during the time it is in place. Not only will other people not realize you are undergoing a teeth straightening process, you will forget you are as well.

Contact Nalchajian Orthodontics Today

Nalchajian Orthodontics located in California has two qualified professionals who can determine if you need braces. They are:

• Dr. Nicole Nalchajian
• Dr. Greg Nalchajian

You can find out more about braces or aligners that meet the requirements of children, teenager or adults by calling one of these Nalchajian Orthodontics offices:

• Clovis – 559-299-9561
• Fresno – 559-432-7100

Every patient visiting Nalchajian Orthodontics receives one complimentary consultation to learn more about the types of aligners and braces necessary for straightening their teeth.

 

Nalchajian Orthodontics
7501 N Fresno St, Suite 105, Fresno, CA 93720
Phone: (559) 432 7100

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- Phone: (559) 432-7100
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7501 N. Fresno St, Suite 105 Fresno, CA 93720
Opening Hours: Mon-Wed 8:00-17:00, Thu: 7:00-15:00