Fall is here, and that means leaves on the ground, cooler weather, and of course, Thanksgiving. Family, friends, and food are a staple of the season, but for someone undergoing orthodontic treatment, the Thanksgiving table can seem more like a minefield. It can be hard to tell the difference between foods that are safe and foods that could cost you a broken bracket and an extra trip to the orthodontist, so your friends at GSO have put together a list to help!
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Luckily, this still leaves you with lots of options, which means you can still enjoy a hearty meal without worrying too much about the safety of your teeth. As always, make sure to brush and floss after eating, and if you have any true emergencies, give Georgia School of Orthodontics a call at 770-351-7737. Happy Thanksgiving!