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How to see the best results with clear braces

  Now that you decided on a type of clear braces, whether they’re ceramic braces or Invisalign® aligners, you’re probably super eager to begin your treatment. Just like anything else you try for the first time, you may have some initial questions and concerns. If you’re wondering how to maintain the transparency of your clear… Read more »


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Why Should I Go To An Experienced Orthodontist Over a Dentist for Braces?

  If you don’t have a true understanding of the differences between orthodontic care and general dental care, you may believe these professionals are interchangeable. When it comes to braces or aligner treatments, orthodontists are highly trained with intensive experience. Orthodontists do much more work behind your smile than you may think!   Educational Background… Read more »




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Spillers Orthodontics Announces 2019 Scholarship Recipients

Warner Robins, Georgia: May 24, 2019 – Spillers Orthodontics is proud to announce the recipients of the 2019 Spillers Orthodontics Scholarship. High school seniors McKinley Cranford and Makiyah Dee, both former patients, were selected from numerous applicants. Each will receive $1,000 to be applied toward tuition, books, fees, or any other related expenses for their… Read more »


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Is Invisalign Right for You?

  The “one-size-fits-all” rule works fairly well with scarves and slippers, but does it work with orthodontic treatment? Not necessarily! Any orthodontic treatment you choose will be custom-crafted to fit the unique arch of your teeth, especially your Invisalign® clear aligners. Imagine wearing a one-size-fits-all clear aligner, fitted to the small mouths of early teens… Read more »