News Nick's Notes

Detroit Public TV Orthodontist

Dr. Palmer has been named the official Kids Club Orthodontist by Detroit Public TV and PBS.

 kidsclub-logo

Click on the image below to see Dr. Palmers interview with Fred at the Kids Club Live event at the Royal Oak Famers Market!

dptv

PBS Kids

Dr. Palmer met Curious George! He will be appearing on PBS at 7:00 am during Curious George matching pledges.

PBS

Spring Break Jelly Bean Contest

jellybeansCan you guess how many jelly beans?

Starting today until April 18th

Come in to the office to guess how many jelly beans are in the jar.
To win you must guess the closest without going OVER!

First Prize is a $100 bill
Second Prize is a $50 bill

Good Luck!

Hour Magazine

Hour_Ad_092013

Why an Orthodontist

To have the best and healthiest smile you can have.

Get it by relying on orthodontists’ expertise, which comes from their extensive education. After graduating from dental school, orthodontists go on for another two or more years of education just in orthodontics at an accredited orthodontic residency program. Only after this formal education can one be called an orthodontist. Only orthodontists are accepted for membership in the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO). Selecting a member of the AAO for orthodontic care is the public's assurance that they are selecting an orthodontist.

Orthodontists are dedicated to helping your teeth and jaws work in union so that you can speak, bite and chew comfortably and effectively. There’s a bonus. Teeth and jaws that work well tend to look good, too.

To both feel good and look good.

With care from an orthodontist, you have an expert who has been educated to understand how your teeth, your jaws and your facial muscles all work together. A healthy mouth contributes to your overall good health. Your appearance gets a boost, too.

To get the specialized treatment you deserve.

You trust your heart to a cardiologist, your skin to a dermatologist, your knees to an orthopedist. Like these specialists who study their specialty areas after their general medical education, orthodontists devote additional years of study to orthodontics after they graduate from dental school. And like their medical counterparts, orthodontists limit their practices to their specialty area. Orthodontists have in-depth experience in orthodontic care. They use their knowledge and skills to help you get the best results possible.

To get your bite right.

Your bite is a complex biologic system. Its components include up to 32 teeth, upper and lower jaws, gums and facial muscles. Your healthy bite is the orthodontist’s goal. The goal is met by making sure the separate elements are positioned for optimal performance. You enjoy the ability to bite, chew and speak well.

To solve the problem.

You may see six crooked front teeth. The orthodontist sees the cause of crooked teeth in three dimensions. Orthodontists use their education, experience and expertise to delve deep to discover the root of your orthodontic problem. Armed with a diagnosis that takes all factors into account, orthodontists can plan your solution—one that delivers a healthy, attractive smile and a lasting result.

To recommend the right treatment for you.

There are a lot of treatment options these days, from clear aligners to modern braces. They each have their uses, but only an orthodontist has the specialized knowledge to identify and plan for all the variables in your mouth. Orthodontists take your unique needs and wishes into consideration, too, when recommending the right treatment option for you. Orthodontists have knowledge of the full range of orthodontic appliance “tools.” They know what to use and when to use it because they work with these tools every day.

To address the big picture.

Sure, you want a dazzling smile. Your orthodontist wants that for you, too—and treatment results that last. You deserve the best—a good bite and a healthy, beautiful smile. Consult an AAO-member orthodontist for your life, your health, your happiness, your smile.

http://www.mylifemysmile.org/why-an-orthodontist-for-orthodontics/

Article provided by: American Association of Orthodontists

More Articles...

Page 1 of 5

Start
Prev
1
button3

Video Testimonials

video_testimonials1

Come see what our patients are saying about us!

Facebook Fans

Share on facebook

Orthodontic News

  • Press Contacts
    Contact these people for more information
  • Press Releases
    A repository of national press releases put forth by the FBI National Press Office.

Login Form