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. 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 that had to do with wearing braces, what an orthodontist does, and when orthodontic treatment should b…Read More

  2. 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 since 1973. Our orthodontic office offers patient-centered orthodontic services with treatment tailored…Read More

  3. 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 back and read part one in its entirety, here are a few kinds of food you should avoid altogether or d…Read More

  4. 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 you just realized you haven’t considered at all. It’s the food. It’s not that you weren’t a…Read More

  5. Common Dental Problems & How Orthodontia Can Help

    We’ve covered quite a bit of ground in our blog posts of late. Most recently, we’ve offered up a few basic tips for improving your oral health care, for flossing, brushing, and dietary choices. Before that, we’ve discussed the best way to choose a local orthodontist, along with highlighting a few of our favorite testimonials we’ve recently received here at Rogers & Andrews Orthodontics…Read More

  6. Oral Health Care Tips: Brushing, Flossing, & Beyond! Part One

    We like to offer tips, especially practically helpful tips that will make the lives of our patients better. In our last post, little-known facts about orthodontic & dental care, we took the opportunity to blend a few of the aforementioned helpful tips with some entertaining and interesting ones as well. For example, did you know that braces were invented before the United States was founded? D…Read More

  7. Little-Known Facts about Orthodontic & Dental Care!

    Welcome back to the one and only Rogers & Andrews Orthodontics blog! We’ve covered quite a bit of ground in our most recent blogs, from outlining what you can expect from your first visit to our local orthodontia office to providing helpful tips about living with braces, caring for your retainer, and even picking the right orthodontist in the first place! Our primary goal is to be practicall…Read More

  8. What To Expect At Your First Orthodontist Appointment In Augusta

    Welcome to Rogers & Andrews Orthodontics! Today’s post is exclusively dedicated to new orthodontic care patients. No matter what age you might be, there are folks all around the country (and world) who are just like you — about to go to their very first orthodontic appointment. Some might be looking forward to it because it means they will receive the orthodontic care which leads to improv…Read More

  9. How to Take Care of Your Retainer

    So, you’ve recently gotten your braces removed and you are on cloud nine. Not cloud eight, cloud ten isn’t a thing — cloud nine. Everything is right in the world. The grass is greener, food tastes better, water is somehow more refreshing because you are free from braces! Truth be told, it wasn’t the worst experience in the world. In fact, it was much less unpleasant that you thought it wou…Read More

  10. Tips for Choosing the Right Orthodontist for You

    Do you have to choose the orthodontist that your dentist refers you to? Will your dental insurance plan provide you with coverage if you want to choose a different orthodontist for you or your family? What if you’ve just moved to a new, unfamiliar area and you are in need of both a dentist and an orthodontist? The short answer to most of these questions is to simply give the friendly orthodontic…Read More