Memorial Day and Getting Ready for Summer

Memorial Day and Getting Ready for Summer

Memorial Day didn’t become an official holiday until 1971, but Americans started gathering annually in the spring to remember those who lost their lives in war during the 1860s, right after the Civil War. Celebrated on the last Monday in May, people still decorate the grave sites of war veterans and hold memorial services, but..

The Importance of Orthodontic Treatment at a Young Age

The Importance of Orthodontic Treatment at a Young Age

When you think of orthodontic treatment, you may automatically assume that it only relates to older children and teens with alignment and spacing issues. But this isn’t the case: Orthodontic treatment at Georgia School of Orthodontics offers many benefits when applied at a young age. By considering orthodontic treatment at a younger age, our doctors..

Braces-Friendly Foods

Braces-Friendly Foods

Having braces can be frustrating when you have to be cautious about eating certain foods or having to avoid them altogether. Making sure your braces don’t bend or break is vital when you’re trying to straighten your teeth quickly and properly. our doctors and our team have come up with a list of foods to..

May Marks National Physical Fitness and Sports Month!

May Marks National Physical Fitness and Sports Month!

The merry month of May also happens to be National Fitness and Sports Month, so take advantage of the warmer days to get outside and exercise! Bringing a friend, family member, or coworker with you when you go for a brisk walk during a lunch break can provide an opportunity to socialize as well as..

How does wisdom tooth removal affect orthodontic care?

How does wisdom tooth removal affect orthodontic care?

The purpose of braces and other forms of orthodontic treatment at Georgia School of Orthodontics is to correct malocclusion, also known as crooked or crowded teeth, or “bad bites.” Past orthodontic practice dictated that wisdom teeth be removed, especially in cases of crowding. The wisdom teeth are the last teeth to come in, and are..

Earth Day

Earth Day

The idea for Earth Day was the brainchild of Gaylord Nelson, a senator from Wisconsin. He envisioned an Earth Day that would be a kind of environmental teach-in. The first Earth Day celebration took place on April 22, 1970, and a surprising 20 million people participated on that day. Ultimately, it became the largest organized..

Professional and Scientific Publications

Text book Chapter: Nandakumar Janakiraman, Flavio Uribe, Ravindra Nanda: Incorporating TADs and sound mechanics for efficient orthodontic treatment. Craniofacial Growth Series, (Vol 51), Department of Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry and and Center for Human Growth & Development, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 2015. Flavio Uribe, Nandakumar Janakiraman, Ravindra Nanda: Management of Open bite Malocclusion…

What is hyperdontia?

What is hyperdontia?

When a child is born, he or she will have 20 primary teeth and 32 permanent teeth. But sometimes kids are born with additional teeth, and our team at Georgia School of Orthodontics calls this oral condition “hyperdontia.” Primary teeth are the first set of teeth that erupt in your child’s mouth, typically by the..

Love your new smile? Tell us about it!

Love your new smile? Tell us about it!

At Georgia School of Orthodontics, we proudly treat adults, teens, and children; no matter what your age, we believe you deserve a great smile. Our warm and welcoming team is known for their for their exceptional orthodontic skills. our doctors and our talented team have been creating beautiful smiles for years, and today would like..

St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day

On March 17, everyone has a little Irish in them. St. Patrick’s Day is a joyous celebration of Irish heritage. The holiday originated as a commemoration of Saint Patrick, who brought Christianity to Ireland. The saint arrived in Ireland in 432 and earned the reputation of a champion of Irish Christianity. March 17th, the day..

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