At Elliott Orthodontics we understand that every organ in your body is dependent on water so it can flush out toxins and carry food to your body cells and thought this was a good topic for our blog. Think about how it feels when your nose and throat are dry. This is usually due to dehydration or not enough water in your body. Every day you lose water through your breath, perspiration, urine, and bowel movements. For your body to function properly, you must replenish its water supply by consuming beverages and foods that contain water, especially during the summer months when temperatures rise and you and your family are more active.Read more on Are You and Your Children Drinking Enough Water?…
Our Summer contest is in full swing so be sure to take a creative photo wearing your Elliott Orthodontics t-shirt! Post your photo on our Facebook page (include your name and where you are in the photo) or email your photo entry to us and we'll post it for you. Our email is email@example.com. Photo entries accepted until September 4th.
The top 10 creative photos will be placed in a drawing for a chance to win a family fun night prize worth $100 (a $50 restaurant gift card and a $50 Cinemagic gift card). How will we decide the 10 most creative photos you ask? The 10 photos with the most "likes" will help us determine the favorites! Have a fun, safe Summer and don't forget to wear your Elliott Orthodontics t-shirt while doing it. Please call us at 603-424-1199 if you don't currently own one of our t-shirts and want one.
Is it what can I eat? How do I brush?
No… When do I get my braces off?
While most patients are always eager to start treatment, they are even more eager to get them off. Even though each patient is given an estimated treatment time wearing braces when they start, patients always hope we can wave our magic wands and complete the process sooner.
It makes sense that a patient may assume they are ahead of schedule when their teeth look straight in a mirror. Unfortunately, orthodontics isn’t just about straight teeth. The ultimate goal of good orthodontic treatment result is a beautiful smile as well as a healthy bite that lasts a lifetime.Read more on What is the most Common Question Asked During Orthodontic Treatment?…