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Five Smile Tips & Tricks Celebrities Use

Dr. Jenny Yoo-Park and Dr. Lesley Samuels and the staff at Palo Alto Orthodontics help their patients near Redwood City, CA achieve red-carpet-worthy smiles through orthodontic treatment with braces and Invisalign. Maintenance of the teeth and gums is important in keeping one’s smile camera-ready, even for the close-up shot. Fame requires diligence to achieve, and so does a celebrity-quality smile. Continue Reading

The Best Foods To Eat During Your Braces Treatment

Yes, it is sadly true that during your braces treatment, there are limitations on what you can eat. While many are reluctant to give up their favorite foods, the sacrifice for the time with braces is well worth the long-lasted smile which will be achieved. Many patients are also ill-informed on what foods are restricted with braces and believe the list is longer than it actually is. The truth is, there are many alternatives and foods still available to eat with braces! Dr. Jenny Yoo-Park of Palo Alto Orthodontics is here to share exactly what foods are allowed while having braces and what the best foods to eat during your braces treatment are near Mountain View, CA.

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Choosing an Orthodontist near Mountain View, CA

You may feel that it is unfair, but appearances do matter. And your smile is probably the first and the only thing about you that will create a lasting first impression in the mind of the stranger or person in front of you. But you should take care of your smile (read: teeth) not only because you want to send out some positive vibes but also because dental issues affect oral health. When choosing an orthodontist near Mountain View, CA. make sure that you opt for the services of a professional who is a specialist in his field.
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Celebrating Halloween With Teeth-Friendly Treats.

Halloween is a favorite holiday among children due to the festive games, imaginative costumes, and candy. Modern celebrations stem from a combination of traditions from Pagan and Christian traditions throughout the centuries. The original holiday was called Samhain and derived from the ancient Druids of Ireland. In their belief system, November 1st marked the beginning of winter, and Pagans began their Samhain celebrations at sunset on October 31st.
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