Clear Braces

What’s the Best Way to Fix Teeth that Overlap?

Plenty of people have teeth that overlap. What causes overlapping teeth and how can Smileology help? Overlapping teeth are usually caused by genetics or habits as a child such as thumbsucking. They can also be caused by the mouth being too small to fit all the teeth effectively or having different-sized upper and lower jaws.

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Re-Contour Your Teeth

With clear braces from Smileology in Niceville and Miramar Beach FL you can improve your bite and dental health without old-fashioned metal and bracket braces. Clear braces bring your teeth into proper alignment but make orthodontic treatment inconspicuous. The proper name for them is “aligners,” and they look a lot like an athlete’s mouth guard.

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Common Myths About Cosmetic Dentistry

At Smileology in Niceville and Miramar Beach FL, we improve smiles with cosmetic dentistry every day. From the questions that some patients ask, though, it seems there are some myths about what cosmetic dentistry can and cannot do. So we’re using this blog post to clear up a few of them. Myth #1: Cosmetic Dentistry

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A Wise Investment That Pays Off Every Day

You may not sport a sparkling 3-carat diamond on your finger or zip around town in a shiny Ferrari, but you can flash a celebrity-caliber smile. Cosmetic dentistry from Smileology in Niceville and Miramar Beach FL is an investment in you, and it pays off every single day. Cosmetic dentistry has been called part science

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