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Year-end meeting!

Friday, December 8, 2017, Dr. Jusino and the All Star Team had their year-end meeting. We are always working on ways to improve the care our orthodontic patients receive!
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How often should you brush your teeth during orthodontic treatment?

You are aware that you need to brush your teeth often to keep your mouth healthy, but brushing your teeth with braces can feel like such a chore. Before you think about skipping this task, remember that food stuck between your teeth will become the plaque that eventually causes tooth decay and may cause issues with your gums.  Twice a Day The standard advice that most dentists will give you is to brush your teeth at least twice a day and floss at least once. Remember that the goal is to remove food particles. If you’re going to brush in the morning and before bed, you should make sure to brush after you’ve eaten both meals. Make sure that you’re brushing for a full two minutes – 30 seconds on each quadrant of your mouth. If you are in need of orthodontic floss threaders, Dr. Jusino's office will gladly provide these to you.Call us at (248) 476-3000 or stop by our office Monday-Thursday 8:30 am-5:00 p.m. After Eating After eating, food particles settle around your teeth. When you ha…

Pictures of our Holiday Skating Party !

We had a wonderful time at our Holiday skating party on Thursday! Click here to see more pictures.   Be sure to Follow our Facebook Fan Page to stay updated on our current office events!

Ways To Ease Orthodontic Discomfort

If you're in orthodontic treatment, you may be experiencing a a little bit of discomfort as the brackets, and wires on your appliance rub against soft, sensitive tissues of your mouth. Still, there are things that you can do to help alleviate the discomfort associated with this.  1. Orthodontic Wax In order to keep abrasive areas of your braces from rubbing against your inner lips and cheeks, apply a bit of orthodontic wax to the areas along the appliance where contact is made with the soft tissues. The wax forms a non-abrasive barrier between your braces and the tissues of your mouth. As a result, painful sores, cuts and abrasions are less likely to occur. We supply this to our patients at the beginning of treatment, and as needed throughout. Please let us know at your next appointment if you are in need of any. 2. Night Guard  Often, dental patients use night guards to help prevent damage to their tooth enamel from grinding or clenching. However, these specialized mouth guards ca…

RSVP to our Holiday Skating Party!


Drum roll please...519 pounds of candy bought back this year!  All candy will be donated, and Dr. Jusino paid out $1038.00 to buy back brace-busting candy!  He will match a donation of $1038.00 to the Salvation Army for Hurricane Relief.
Thank you to everyone who came out to support a good cause, make some money, and enjoy some fresh cider and donuts. We had a blast!
( Make sure to check out our Facebook Fan Page to see more photos from this awesome event ! )