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When it comes to orthodontic care, there are different approaches that an orthodontist can use to fix someone’s smile or bite malalignment. Every practice is different. What is not arguable are the facts about what orthodontic care can and cannot do. It is time to put to rest the seven most common misconceptions about orthodontic care.

1 Anyone who provides aligners or braces is an orthodontist

Although most of the time the orthodontic work is done by a professionally trained orthodontist, there are online businesses that offer aligners and braces. Only someone who has the accreditation and advanced training specific to orthodontic work is an orthodontist or can be a member of the AAO. If you choose to have orthodontic care through someone else, then you never know what you will get.

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2 Orthodontic work is too expensive

Since orthodontic professionals know that most health care insurances do not cover orthodontic care, they try to tailor their fees, and most will work very hard to allow you to finance the cost of treatment. Many orthodontists offer in-house financing to those who apply. The key for orthodontists is to provide service to those who need it.

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