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Giving Back

Posted on January 12th, 2021 by Dr. David J. Griffin

In these pandemic times, people are struggling in unfortunate and unforeseeable ways. This holiday season is a great time to donate, even a few extra dollars that you may have, to help people get a warm place to sleep and hot food to eat. Here are some of our favorite local organizations that you may […]

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How Often Do You See an Orthodontist with Invisalign?

Posted on December 29th, 2020 by Dr. David J. Griffin

Invisalign® clear aligners deliver the stunning smile you’ve always wanted without the hassles of traditional braces. During the treatment process, Invisalign® patients visit their orthodontist once every six weeks on average. These regular but infrequent office visits ensure your treatment is progressing as planned and allow you to pick up your next set of aligners. […]

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Electric vs. Manual Toothbrush

Posted on October 1st, 2020 by Dr. David J. Griffin

Why is it important to brush your teeth? Brushing your teeth is an essential part of your dental care routine, and so is flossing. Brushing your teeth helps prevent tooth decay, bad breath, prevent gum disease and removes the plaque on your teeth. The American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth twice a […]

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Diabetes & Your Teeth

Posted on September 24th, 2020 by Dr. David J. Griffin

Diabetes is a disease that affects the body’s ability to process sugar. It can affect your whole body and even your teeth. If you are undergoing orthodontic intervention, it is important to understand how the treatment and disease affect each other. How does diabetes affect your oral health and orthodontic treatment? When diabetes is left […]

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Pets and Retainers

Posted on August 25th, 2020 by Dr. David J. Griffin

We’ve all heard, “The dog ate my homework!” But here at Griffin Orthodontics, we more often hear, “the dog ate my retainers!” And no, we aren’t joking! Retainers are dental appliances that help hold teeth in their new positions after completing orthodontic treatment. Retainers are the most reliable way to preserve your new smile, and […]

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