One of the big things we’ve heard about is SureSmile, so that’s what we’re going to talk a little bit about, today.
What is SureSmile and how does it relate to your practice?
Broadly speaking, SureSmile is a truly holistic approach to orthodontic care. SureSmile is a convergent digital technology that is a large part of everything that we do. Convergence in the sense that it utilizes virtual or computer based technology and applies it to real world therapeutic applications.(Creation of robotic orthodontic archwires). SureSmile is a blend or harmony of two key components, diagnostic and therapeutic.
It is in fact, the most advanced orthodontic software technology available to our profession. The diagnostic component is extremely powerful. It provides me with tremendous capabilities to strategize and plan the tooth movements necessary to perfect the alignment, fit of the teeth, and smile line prior to actual clinical treatment. Using this powerful suite of diagnostic toolsets and the information gleaned from these toolsets, we can apply this to our orthodontic therapy, creating great synergies. Continue reading Suresmile: The Future of braces with Dr Mark Feinberg
Dr. Mark Feinberg is a board-certified orthodontist and a diplomate to the American Board of Orthodontics. Dr. Feinberg is a second generation orthodontist. His father, Dr. Leonard Feinberg, started the practice and after almost 50 years in Stratford, Feinberg Orthodontics has relocated to 4 Corporate Drive in Shelton Connecticut.
Dr. Feinberg and his staff are passionate about providing quality care and evidence-based orthodontic treatment for each of their patients. We utilize the most up-to-date technologies and diagnostics, and remain current through continuing education courses. Dr. Feinberg is trained and certified in a variety of orthodontic therapies, including, SureSmile, Invisalign, Damon System and traditional braces. Continue reading Dr. Mark Feinberg-Orthodontist Specialist
When most people smile, you see a row of teeth that look beautiful and full. Unfortunately, this is definitely not the case for some and they have what is known as a gummy smile. Gummy smiles are when you smile and there are only a small row of teeth and mainly gums. There are two causes for gummy smiles and they both can be treated using different dental procedures. One of the first steps for you to take would be to visit the dentist and get a diagnosis and best treatment option that happens to be available to you.
Visiting the dentist is going to help you figure out what is the best treatment option for you. Your dental professional will be able to take x-rays and figure out what needs to be done if you are looking for a fuller and more pronounced smile. Believe it or not, many people have the problem of a gummy smile and many of them are taking care of it using a variety of different procedures. It is up to you to decide with your dentist which one is best suited for you. Continue reading Gummy Smiles: What Are My Treatment Options?