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How Are You?

June 21st, 2018

How are you? It’s a simple question, just three little words. If we were to ask you, “How are you today?”, the majority of you would say, “I’m fine”. Our society has trained us to think that this is the right answer.  But when you think about it, this response has little meaning.

This is a very common question we are asked as you walk through our front doors at Studebaker Orthodontics. Just to shake things up a little bit, the next time someone asks you, “How are you?”, answer with something other than, “fine”.  This will open the dialogue for some real or interesting conversation.

According to “Dr. Google”, here are some common one word answers……….Thankful, Happy, Crazy, Fabulous, Blessed, Excited, Sleepy, Hopeful, Nervous, and there are many more.

We ask you that question, and we sincerely care and are concerned for you. We always have our listening ears on and are prepared to get to know you. We may even ask you, “What is the best part of your day so far?”. We know your answer will be, coming to see us at Studebaker Ortho.

So next time you’re in the office, let us know how you really are, and if you’re having a great day. We’re here and we’re listening!

New Studebaker Orthodontics Office Coming Soon...

August 29th, 2016

Summer has come and gone, school is back in full swing and we are getting excited and getting ready to move to our new Studebaker Orthodontics home. Our contractor, Mike Newhouse and his team from HM General Contractors along with Dr. Studebaker and his team have been working non stop to create a wonderful new office that we are hoping would feel more like an extension of home to our patients, parents, colleagues and friends.
Our new office will be located at 6525 FM 2920 Road, just 400 yards west of our current location. We have scheduled our move for the week of September 19th thru the 23th and we are hoping to be back to tend to our amazing patients and families Monday, September 26th. We wanted to share some of our construction pictures so you can have a sneak peek of our new Studebaker Orthodontics home. We can't wait to share our new office with you all and to provide a new setting where we can continue creating memories, having fun, developing friendships and meeting new people while crafting healthy, functional and amazing looking smiles. See you all soon!

Groundbreaking for the future home of Studebaker Orthodontics

February 17th, 2016

We are excited to announce that the construction of the future home of Studebaker Orthodontics is underway. The construction is scheduled to be ready by Summer 2016. Dr. Studebaker and his team are excited to provide a new office to the wonderful families that have that graciously entrusted in us their orthodontic needs and we are blessed that we can provide a more comfortable and ample space with special amenities that will make our families feel welcome.  We will keep you updated on the progress of our new office, which could not have taken place without your support. We want to thank you for making our journey of providing beautiful smiles such a rewarding experience and we look forward to making this new home an extension of yours.

Why is flossing so important when I have braces?

December 19th, 2014

You've made an investment on spending money on getting braces, so why not keep your teeth in good health while undergoing orthodontic treatment?  Dr. Robert Studebaker and our team at Studebaker Orthodontics will tell you it is just as important to develop a regular hygiene routine while you're wearing braces as you did before proceeding with treatment.

Flossing is essential to the health of your teeth and gums when you're wearing braces. Because braces may hold food, sugars and liquids upon eating, it is very important to keep on top of your brushing and flossing, as well as visiting our office for regular adjustments.

While we know it's tough enough to get kids to floss daily without braces, that battle becomes even tougher when braces are involved. Remember that by not flossing, you will become more prone to cavities and gum disease during your treatment.

When flossing, remember to gently massage your gums in between the teeth. You will find that flossing with braces takes extra time, as you will have to weave the floss through each bracket. When flossing, there should be no signs of blood. If you see blood, you are not flossing enough or properly.

Using an electric toothbrush is also a good idea to massage your gums before or after flossing as electric toothbrushes can help remove any harmful bacteria that are lingering in your mouth. And don't forget to add a mouthwash to your routine to break up any bacteria that has formed. A good mouthwash will help keep your teeth and gums in good shape during your treatment.

If you have any questions about flossing or your orthodontic treatment at Studebaker Orthodontics please don't hesitate to give us a call or during your next adjustment appointment!

6525 FM 2920, Spring, TX 77379 (281) 251-9229 See location on map