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Do you know how you take your children to well-check visits to their pediatrician and regular checkups with their general dentist? It’s just as important to start factoring in orthodontist visits by the time your child is 7-years old.





Why 7-Years Old?


By taking your child to the orthodontist at an early age, you will help to keep your child’s oral health in check. The American Association of Orthodontics recommends that children see an orthodontist by the time they are 7-years old. At this age, the orthodontist is able to look at the way your child’s mouth is developing, including their jaw growth and the way that their permanent teeth are coming in, amongst other things. B...
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Teacher Discount



May is a special time for our teachers as we honor all the hard work that goes into educating our students. At Jolley Orthodontics we understand that teachers have an important role in our patients' lives. Dr. Cameron Jolley and his team would like to extend a 10% discount to teachers, school staff, and their immediate family members for any new treatment.


Why Jolley Orthodontics?



Dr. Cameron Jolley is a Board Certified Orthodontist. He received his degree from Nova Southeastern University of Dental Medicine in Fort Lauderdale Florida and graduated top of his class, and attended the University of Washington in Seattle for his Orthodontic Speciality Program. Dr. Jolley has been...
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We all know that the most important part of dental hygiene is brushing your teeth. When you have braces, properly brushing your teeth is just as important to achieving a bright, beautiful smile. Brushing with braces isn’t difficult, but there are some important things to remember. Check out our Brushing with Braces 101.


Establish a Routine


When you wear braces, it’s easy to miss the buildup of food and bacteria on your teeth that causes cavities. Make sure that you don’t skip brushing in the morning and before bed – and after meals, when possible.


Have the Right Tools


Here is everything you’ll need:


  • A cup

  • Toothpaste

  • Toothbrush (manual or electric)

  • Floss or a floss t...
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Fantastic practice! We've recommended so many people to Dr. Jolley over the years. I've had two children go through treatment at his practice and had outstanding results both times. The staff is superb and Dr. Jolley is the best. -N.R.


Fantastic Practice


N.R., thank you so much for taking the time to write us such a kind review. Your kind words warm our hearts and we love hearing from families like yours! We take pride in ensuring that each family has a fantastic experience in our office. At Jolley Orthodontics we offer a variety of treatment options such as early treatment, adolescent treatment, adult treatment, Invisalign®, retention, metal braces, ceramic braces, and Incognito™ b...
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Dr. Cameron Jolley was honored to be a part of the Angle Orthodontist Journal, for his participation in research for anterior open bite malocclusion (AOB) in adults. He was mentioned in this journal along with 13 other doctors and practices.




What is AOB?


AOB stands for "adult anterior open bite," which is a condition in the maxillary and mandibular teeth when contact is lost. In other words, the patient's upper and lower teeth slant outward when their mouth is shut. This condition can occur in many different ways: it can be hereditary, caused by thumb-sucking, or other foreign objects in a patient's mouth. In the orthodontic world, this is considered one of the most difficult conditions to tr...
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Keeping your teeth straight after your braces come off really depends on your retainers. We know how excited you are to get your braces off and check out your new beautiful smile! Although it may seem that your orthodontic journey is over, it isn’t. The next step is all up to you. That last step is called retention and is what will keep your teeth from shifting over time.



Taking care of your retainer and your teeth isn’t difficult, but there are some very important things to remember. Check out some basic retainer reminders below!


Reminder 1: Wear Your Retainers!


Sounds simple, but the most important tip is to actually wear your retainers! Just like every patient has a different ...
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We hope that you all had a holly JOLLEY holiday! We love getting to know our patients and their families. This time of year is always so special. Holiday cards start to fill the office and we hear all about your celebration plans. Every excited Christmas wish that is shared with us is a reminder of why we are so dedicated to our patients. Your smiles make us smile.


Heading Into 2022



Man, oh man these last couple of years sure have been weird, right? One of the things that can never change though is our dedication to our patients and our concern and well-wishes for their wellbeing. Our hope for you and your family in 2022 is for health and happiness – and, of course, lots of bright beaut...
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"I cannot express how grateful I am. We will forever take all of our kids to him. I can't say enough great things about him!"


Thank You for Your Feedback


Traci, we are thankful for your loyal service to Jolley Orthodontics! We love being able to serve multiple members of a family. It's such an honor for someone to choose an orthodontist not only once but two or three times when you have multiple kids! Traci, thank you for sharing your positive experience with others. A review is one of the best compliments Dr. Jolley and his team can receive. If you have loved your time with our team, we would appreciate it if you could leave us a review here on Google!


Treating Everyone Like Family


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It’s common to hear words that you’re unfamiliar with when you visit your orthodontist or doctor. We try to phrase things in ways that our patients can understand. And we ALWAYS encourage you to ask questions or let us know if you need some more information. Let’s talk about a common word that patients ask us about – Malocclusion.


What is a Malocclusion


The word “occlusion” has several different definitions, but when it comes to dentistry and orthodontics, it refers to the alignment or position of your teeth. A MAL-occlusion is the word used to describe the misalignment of your teeth. Some people are born with naturally straight teeth that fit perfectly i...
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! From our Jolley Elves to your family, we hope you have an amazing Holiday Season. December is such a magical time of the year and we want you to know how much you mean to us.


Planning Ahead


We understand that schedules are crazy during this time of year, but we wanted to remind you how important it is to keep up with your scheduled orthodontist appointments. Don't let your appointments slip by you because even a small delay in treatment can cause treatment times to increase. If something comes up and you cannot make your scheduled appointment, please give us as much notice as possible so we can get you rescheduled the best we can.


End of the Year...

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