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Early Treatment: Why is Phase I Important?

Early treatment may be necessary for the proper development and growth of your child’s teeth and jaws. According to the American Association of Orthodontics, your child should be examined by an orthodontist at age 7. [...]

Navigating Orthodontic Treatment While Serving Our Country

Starting orthodontic treatment is a big decision. And, when you’re a military family moving around the country—or even the world—the decision comes with additional difficulties. At Glass Orthodontics, we are dedicated to helping each family [...]

Retainers and Your Smile

Retainers help to keep your teeth in their final positions after treatment. When the braces come off, the goal is to keep your teeth from moving back to where they were before. We call this [...]

Getting Braces: What to Expect

Getting braces is an exciting time! You’ve finally decided to start orthodontic treatment. This is one investment in your dental health that will last for the rest of your life. So, what happens next? First [...]

Teeth Straightening and Oral Health

Teeth straightening and oral health go hand in hand. When the braces go on, teeth cleaning becomes more important than ever. Food and drinks can linger around your appliances. Without properly cleaning every nook and [...]

What Age Should My Child See an Orthodontist?

There are many different opinions on how old children should be to see an orthodontist. The American Association of Orthodontists recommend seeing an orthodontist, like Dr. Glass, for a screening or exam by age seven. However, each [...]