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When Will I Get My Braces Off?
Your braces will come off when you have achieved the best possible smile for you. Usually that takes about 18-24 months. With his years of experience, having treated over 12,000 patients in the northern suburbs of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Dr. Rodger … Continue reading
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Orthodontic Expander, Phase One Treatment, Braces Twice?
Welcome to the blog site of Dr. Rodger Droel of Droel Orthodontics. Check back regularly. We aim to provide new helpful content for individuals and families who are seeking knowledge, so good decisions can be made for orthodontic care. Q: Will my child need … Continue reading
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