Lazin Family Orthodontics

Dr. Jamie Lazin
1901 Breckenmore Dr.
Greenwood, Indiana, 46142
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Archive for September, 2011

20 things that can ruin your smile

Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

At Darbro Orthodontics, we know your smile is important. And we know you want to keep it sparkling and looking its very best. Recently, we came across an article that suggests at least 20 things can ruin that perfect smile you have.

These include:

- Sports drinks
- Tobacco
- Coffee
- Wine
- Soft drinks
- Citrus and acidic foods

Dr. Donald Darbro and our team encourage you to read the rest of the article and ask us here on our blog or during your next visit to our convenient Greenwood office. For more tips or for general questions about your ongoing dental treatment, we invite you to ask Dr. Darbro during your next visit! We also invite you to ask us on Facebook!

The Go-To Mom Talks Invisalign, from Dr. Darbro

Sunday, September 18th, 2011

We recently came across a great video that discusses the advantages of Invisalign, which we proudly offer at our Greenwood orthodontic office.

In the video, Kimberley Clayton Blaine, “The Go-To Mom,” discusses the Invisalign and Invisalign Teen treatment and her personal experience with Invisalign.

To determine if Invisalign is right for you, schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Darbro. Have a great week!

September is Self-Improvement Month, from Darbro Orthodontics

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

These days, Americans everywhere are putting greater emphasis on health, fitness and self-improvement, and more people are seeking orthodontic treatment to improve their smile. September happens to be Self-Improvement Month, and our team at Darbro Orthodontics know that orthodontic treatment is an investment in self-improvement that will reap benefits for a lifetime. And, recent advances in orthodontia, such as Invisalign and more effective brackets and wires, now make orthodontic treatment more palatable for many interested in obtaining that beautiful smile.

Not only does orthodontic treatment give you that beautiful smile, it can also benefit your dental and general health. If teeth are poorly aligned, removing plaque and tartar by brushing and flossing alone may be difficult. A poor bite may result in fractured or excessively worn tooth surfaces, and the extra stress caused by a poor bite may even result in problems with your jaw joints.

If you’ve been thinking about getting that perfect smile, please cntact our office to start your journey to a beautiful, new smile. At your complimentary Xray/consultation appointment, Dr. Darbro will present a diagnosis and custom treatment plan along with your financing options. Call today!

Tips for a successful school year, from Dr. Darbro

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

At Darbro Orthodontics, we know a new school year brings a lot of stress for many kids. New classes, new teachers, new friends and new academic challenges can be overwhelming! That’s why we thought we’d provide a few steps for our patients to enjoy their time in school and succeed this upcoming school year!

• Get plenty of sleep every night. Eight hours is recommended.
• Eat a healthy breakfast as it’s the most important meal of the day.
• Pack a healthy lunch or make healthy choices when selecting your school lunch. Try to avoid the vending machine and limit your intake of junk food.
• Stay on top of your homework and reading assignments.
• Stay active. Limit the time in front of the TV or playing video games. Instead, try to get outside to get some exercise—go for a walk or ride your bike.
• Ask for help. When you are having a hard time understanding a concept, ask your teacher or your peers for guidance.
• Always have a positive attitude and a smile on your face!

We hope everyone has a productive and fun school year!

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