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“It is never too late to have the smile you’ve always dreamed of,” said Lynna “I am 25 years old, and the fact that I only have to wait 2 years for a smile that will last me a lifetime is pretty incredible. You have to be patient with the process. This is my second time in braces, but I know the end result will be worth it.”
Orthodontic Arts partnered with Hearts for Hearing for their annual camp. It was an honor to share a little piece of our office with the campers. Hearts for Hearing creates life-changing opportunities for children and adults with hearing loss. Learn more about their life-changing mission: www.heartsforhearing.org
Dr. David Birdwell has been nominated for best Dentist/Orthodontist in Oklahoma City by the Oklahoma City Moms Blog Approved Awards. Please take time to pick Dr. Birdwell and Orthodontic Arts as #1!
Myths Be Gone! October is National Orthodontic Health Month, the perfect time of year to set the record straight on seven common myths about orthodontic/aligner treatment.
National Orthodontic Health Month is here to shine light on the benefits of orthodontic treatment and importance of seeing an orthodontic specialist to achieve a healthy, beautiful smile.
Orthodontic Arts is proud to showcase art from Wings, a special needs community that exists to enhance the lives of adults with developmental disabilities.
You can find a surplus of do it yourself orthodontic techniques on the internet, which even include mail order impressions to get clear aligners without even seeing a dentist or orthodontist. The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) is urging consumers to beware of these internet videos and websites which encourage people to try and straighten their own teeth. Moving teeth is a medical procedure and needs personal supervision by an orthodontist.
Orthodontic Arts is proud to support Studio 222, a tuition-free after school extended learning program in Oklahoma City. Studio 222 has been providing character-building programs that are rich in the arts to help inner city youth develop skills and knowledge to dream great dreams.
Read about Ally’s journey to getting her smile back with Invisalign at Orthodontic Arts.
Orthodontic Arts is proud to invite you to a Charity Ride at CycleBar in Classen Curve on Saturday, May 6 at 2:00 PM to raise money for Good Shepherd Ministries in Oklahoma City. Click HERE to register!