Fry Orthodontics Blog

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

If you have a question about braces or Invisalign, search our current blogs or contact us.

I want to know more about Invisalign…  

When it comes to straightening your smile, we know that having a mouth full of metal braces may not be your idea of fun. Luckily for you, we can offer a cosmetic alternative: Invisalign! Using a series of clear, comfortable, and completely customized aligners, you can get the smile you’ve always wanted without traditional braces. […]

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Listen up parents…it’s your turn now!

A lot of parents put their child’s needs before their own. To all you parents out there who have already made a valuable investment in your child’s dental heath; it’s your turn now! Having straight teeth is not just important to children; adults can benefit from it also. As we age, our teeth tend to […]

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Orthodontics and Sleep Apnea

Many people snore, but some people have sleep apnea (which is when a person stops breathing for short extended periods of time while sleeping). Sleep apnea can be a very dangerous condition that can be harmful to ones’ heart. Dental devices that are currently available are only effective for mild to moderate sleep apnea. Most […]

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What Foods Are Best for Healthy Teeth?

Some foods, like those rich in calcium, are better for healthy teeth and help fight against cavities. Learn more on the Fry Orthodontic Specialists blog.

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Thumb sucking is a natural instinct for infants. They use their mouths to become acquainted with their environment and often put fingers, toes, and other objects in their mouth to test them out. Even though it may be natural, thumb sucking can lead to the same complications as a pacifier if used persistently and long-term. […]