Our teeth play an important role in our quality of life. From being able to chew our food to confidently greet our friends with a smile, our teeth are very important and worth investing in. Orthodontics is a unique service that provides aesthetic and health services simultaneously. Having straight teeth not only make your smile more orderly, it ensures that you can chew with comfort for years to come. At Rogers and Andrews Orthodontics, we proudly serve our patients with world-class care. We can handle orthodontic situations of all different kinds. At the end of the day, we just want to make your life better. Contact us in Augusta to learn more about our services and in-house payment plan!

  1. Tips To Improve Your Family’s Dental Health, Part Two

    We are back with part two of our mini-series on some simple and easy ways to improve the oral health of you, your family, and pretty much anyone you feel like relaying these suggestions to. As a reminder, some of these tips might be a touch elementary, but, as we said in part one, just give yourself…Read More

  2. Tips To Improve Your Family’s Oral Health, Part One

    At Rogers & Andrews Orthodontics, our goal is to provide a caring environment while administering excellent, affordable orthodontic treatment at our Augusta orthodontic office. Over the years, Dr. Andrews and our staff have treated over 15,000 patients and more than 100 different dental family m…Read More

  3. Why Choose Rogers & Andrews As Your Augusta Orthodontist?

    Rogers & Andrews Orthodontics is the best orthodontist in August and Thomson. Sure, we are biased, seeing as how this is the official Rogers & Andrews Orthodontics blog, but that doesn’t mean we are wrong!  Because we undoubtedly have a horse in this race, we are making it our mission in …Read More

  4. A Brief History Of Modern Orthodontics

    Earlier this month, we took a break from our regular programming so we could highlight the history of our field, orthodontia. Inevitably, we bit off more than we could chew in a single blog post, so we had to cut the history short. Instead of writing 2,000 odd words about the complete history of ort…Read More

  5. The Braces Basics – A Primer For Parents!

    While some kids are thrilled by the prospect of adorning their teeth with metallic brackets and wires, others are less enthused about how they will appear and/or how their lifestyle will be affected once they get braces.  As a parent, what should you know before talking with your kids about getting…Read More

  6. A Brief History Of Orthodontia

    Let’s be honest: we’d be surprised if many of you out there who are reading this post have ever given more than a thought to the history of orthodontia. Now, we might be wrong about that, especially considering the fact that you have made your way to this very blog. Still, our hunch is that the …Read More

  7. A Few Oral Hygiene Tips For Those New To Wearing Braces

    We’ve covered quite a bit of ground in our past few blogs, having discussed what foods you can and can’t eat while wearing braces (for a variety of reasons), among other blogs. In that “other” category would be a “mailbag” blog of sorts — we answered a few frequently asked questions th…Read More

  8. FAQs Answered About Orthodontic Treatment In Augusta & Beyond!

    If you’ve been asking yourself, “who is the best orthodontist in Augusta?”, the answer is Rogers & Andrews Orthodontics. At the risk of singing our own praises just a touch, we want folks who are looking for a local orthodontist to know that we’ve been helping perfect handmade smiles sin…Read More

  9. What Foods Should You Eat While Wearing Braces? Part Two

    To recap part one of this two-part series, we spent the vast majority of our previous blog addressing which foods to avoid while wearing braces. Excluding hard and chewy candy, there weren’t too many types of food that have to be categorically avoided altogether. While we’d encourage you to go b…Read More

  10. What Foods Should You Avoid While Wearing Braces? Part One

    So, you’ve called your local orthodontist and are scheduled to get your braces applied shortly. You are feeling pretty good about things — you certainly aren’t as nervous as some of your friends and family members were before getting their own orthodontic treatment. However, there is one thing…Read More