Orthodontic Resources & Information
Finally…an orthodontics blog that you don’t have to have “DDS” at the end of your name to understand. With Dr. Kendra Pratt, life-applicable orthodontic resources are made available to clients and the public alike that answer real questions from current and previous braces, Invisalign, Invisalign Teen, and other orthodontic product users.
Included in our existing and upcoming blog posts are brief, to-the-point discussions on a wide variety of orthodontic and dental-related topics that provide additional resources outside actual consultations and appointments with Dr. Pratt. Here you can find a catalog of useful tips and tricks ranging from what to do with mouth and jaw pain, to how to overcome troublesome dental habits, to best practices regarding cavities, self-image, and even mouth guards.
Best of all…blog posts and topics are not limited to those visible below. Dr. Kendra Pratt’s orthodontic and dental expertise—and that of her experienced orthodontics team—are available to existing and prospective clients via the ‘Contact Us’ form located at the bottom of the page. If you have a question relating to orthodontic services and products, but do not see it directly addressed in the published blog resources, please do not hesitate in reaching out. We are eager to help you find solutions to any orthodontic challenges you may have.
We are grateful for your visit to our website and blog. Contact us at your earliest convenience to address the orthodontic needs of you and your family, and you will be pleasantly surprised what a positive, life-changing experience an effective orthodontics treatment can be.
Here at Dr. Kendra Pratt’s, we truly believe everyone deserves a straight, strong, and beautiful smile!
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