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Welcome to the Fry Orthodontics blog, where we answer your questions and provide information about orthodontics and oral health.

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3 More Reasons to Drink Water for Your Oral Health

Drinking water is vital to your overall health, but it also helps keep your mouth clean and improves your oral hygiene. When you’re thirsty, instead of reaching for a soda or sports drink, get a glass of water instead. Here are 3 more reasons why water is the right choice for your oral health. 1: […]

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Will Braces Make My Teeth Sensitive?

Most of us have experienced sensitive teeth at some point, especially when eating or drinking something hot or cold. Tooth sensitivity is caused when the gums pull back from a tooth to expose the soft layer of dentin beneath. Sensitive teeth are common, let’s explore some of the causes: What causes tooth sensitivity? Sensitivity in […]

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Orthodontic Treatment For Your Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), is a disorder that pauses breath and causes shallow breathing during sleep. Throat muscles relax and the airway becomes blocked, which restricts the amount of air that reaches your lungs.

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Fry Orthodontics Celebrates 40 Year Anniversary

  Please join with us as Fry Orthodontics celebrates 40 years of providing orthodontic service in Kansas and Missouri.  Great patients have put the many smiles in our days for over 40 fantastic Years! We are honored to have played a role in creating smiles for so many children and adults in the neighborhoods and communities […]

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Braces and Root Resorption

Root resorption occurs in childhood, when the roots of baby teeth are broken down by the body to make room for permanent teeth to grow in. However, after permanent teeth are in position, root resorption is an uncommon condition where the body’s cells dissolve the tooth root structure.

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