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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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Give em’ the FRY Pickle – Inspired by Bob Farrell

One of our main goals at Fry Orthodontics is making sure our team members provide exceptional customer service to each and every one of our patients. We based our business not on providing braces, but rather serving our communities. We do this by creating beautiful smiles that allow our patients to have confident smiles at […]

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When Do Children Lose Their Baby Teeth?

At what age should the first baby tooth be lost? When should the last one fall out? Is there a predictable order? The first baby teeth (also known as primary teeth) to come in are usually the lower central incisors around the age of six months. The last baby teeth to show up are the […]

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Fry Makes Braces More Affordable

As your child approaches adolescence, you might worry you won’t be able to afford the cost of braces or Invisalign. Many adults put off getting treatment for their children or themselves due to the cost. Here are a few ways Fry Orthodontics make braces and Invisalign more comfortable and affordable for your family! Free Exam […]

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Living is Giving

Check us out at our staff meeting! This meeting was a very special one for all of us and was extremely motivational. Big thanks to Dr. Jeremy for being such an inspiration! “What does it mean to be living?” This is the question Dr. Jeremy asked us in our last meeting. His question came from a […]

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How To Have a Spotless Smile

What Are White Spots? “White spots” are one of the most common problems associated with wearing braces, but they are not actually caused by the braces themselves. White spots are decalcification or demineralization of the tooth and are caused by the acid-producing bacteria found in plaque. These areas of decalcification can develop into cavities. White […]

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