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St. Louis Magazines Top Orthodontist
In Kirkwood & Lake St. Louis, MO
2015 - 2018

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St. Louis Magazines Top Orthodontist
In Kirkwood & Lake St. Louis, MO
2015 - 2018

braces in o'fallon Warmer weather is here and with its arrival comes fun times and vacations for many of us. Even though a stay at the beach or a cross-country road trip should be exciting and care-free, it’s important to always make your oral hygiene a priority, especially when you have braces from our O’Fallon orthodontist.

Be Care-Free & Maintain Healthy Teeth

Regardless of where you’re heading, when you hit the road this travel season, keep the following tips in mind:

Be Prepared

In case of an emergency, it’s always a good idea to research area orthodontists. That way, if you experience a broken bracket or wire, you don’t have to wait days or weeks to see your regular orthodontist.

Maintain Hygiene

Keeping up your oral hygiene while on vacation can be tricky, especially when your days are packed with fun activities that take your mind elsewhere. We recommend packing a travel bag with convenient-sized products like orthodontic wax, toothpaste, mouthwash, and dental floss. This will make it easier for you to stay on track with your regular routine while away from home.

Avoid Harmful Foods

One of the most exciting parts of going on vacation is getting to try interesting foods you wouldn’t normally eat, right? Have fun experimenting, but also keep in mind there are certain types of foods you should avoid while wearing braces, even when you’re on vacation. Try to steer clear of hard and chewy foods, plus foods that are abundantly sugary, or you risk wreaking havoc on your braces and your healthy teeth.

Contact Our Office for More Information

For more tips on traveling with braces, contact our orthodontic specialist at our friendly office near O’Fallon. You can also follow our blog to stay updated on industry news, developments, and professional advice. To learn more about our braces and other orthodontic treatments or if you would like to schedule a consultation, call us today – we can’t wait to meet you!

The information provided in this article is not meant to be medical advice and is for educational purposes only. If you would like to learn more about this and other topics related to orthodontics, feel free to contact Borello Orthodontics by clicking here or by calling 636.628.2182.

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