July 26th, 2018
Trust our orthodontic team to give you the smile you've always wanted with Invisalign Clear Aligners.
Invisalign is the clear alternative to metals braces for adults and kids. We treat the whole family and no dentist referral ever needed. Call today. 519-675-0330.
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July 7th, 2018
We treat the whole family!
No dentist referral ever needed.
Office locations in London, Wingham and Goderich. Call us today for a consultation.
Visit us online at www.babyrojasortho.ca or call us at 519-675-0330.
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April 24th, 2018
Kim, one of our hygienists has recently celebrated 10 years at Baby and Rojas Orthodontics. :) Kim's smiling face and positive attitude has helped us created many, many smiles over the years. We are honoured to have her as part of our team. Congrats Kim!
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March 19th, 2018
Meet Deanna - Office Manager for Team Baby and Rojas Orthodontics
Deanna has worked in an orthodontic environment for over 20 years. Her position at our office is a little behind the scenes. You will often see her around the office updating staff and doctors on various issues involved with running an efficient and effective orthodontic practice. Her responsibilities are geared to ensure that our patients are receiving the best of our orthodontic team in a happy and welcoming environment. When away from the office in her spare time, she loves to take on home reno's and gardening. She also enjoys relaxing with family and playing with her 2 dogs Bobby and Paris.
Be sure to say "hi" to Deanna next time you're in the office!
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April 6th, 2017
November 23rd, 2016
Invisalign allows the freedom to eat what you want when you want with ease. But did you know that when wearing Invisalign trays you should not drink hot liquids or carbonated beverages. Hot liquids can cause warping of your trays. Coffee and tea may also stain your aligners. We also strongly advise against drinking carbonated beverages while wearing your Invisalign trays. These trays can trap sugar or acidic fluids around your teeth leading to decay. Furthermore drinking carbonated beverages can also greatly affect the integrity of the trays leading to premature deterioration. We want the best outcome for you while you are in Invisalign or any other type or orthodontic treatment and for this reason we suggest you to only drink water while wearing your Invisalign trays.
For more information about living with Invisalign visit this website.
June 6th, 2016
April 25th, 2016
April 6th, 2016
Another great review from one of our patients:
"I had braces for just over two years, but my teeth are amazingly straight now! My bite feels spectacular and I absolutely love my smile. Dr. Baby and Dr. Rojas were amazing throughout the whole process and I'm so glad that I got to work with orthodontists that I trust. Getting braces was truly worthwhile. Thanks again!"
Learn more about us: http://www.londonbraces.com
December 14th, 2015
The Canadian Association of Orthodontists is giving you a chance to win 1 of 2 iPhone 6s's!! It's so simple! Be sure " show off your selfie smile" by February 15th for your chance to win! Visit http://yoursmileourspecialty.ca/testimonials/selfies and click on "share your smile." Good luck everyone!
April 27th, 2015
A great informative video for anyone considering orthodontic care. Chose a specialist.
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February 10th, 2014
Crowded or overlapping teeth can be difficult to clean, making tooth decay and gum disease more likely. Teeth that don’t come together properly when you close your jaws—a problem called malocclusion, or “bad bite” which can cause problems chewing or even swallowing. Poor alignment of teeth can also make it difficult to pronounce certain sounds. So if you are feeling "crowded" give us a call to see how we can help.
Orthodontic treatment isn't just limited to traditional metal braces, we office a clear alternatives such as Invisalign as well!
Give us a call 1-800-920-9798.
December 6th, 2012
November 13th, 2012
Do you every have questions about your braces? What about what you should do about a broken bracket or what do to do with a wire that may be poking out. Well, http://www.bracesquestions.com/braces-living/braces-problems/#Loose%20or%20Broken%20Braces has some answers for you! Our website also has a section regarding "emergency care." http://www.londonbraces.com/emergency-care
October 18th, 2012
A question we commonly get asked is “When should my child first see an orthodontist?.” The American and Canadian Associations of Orthodontists recommends that all children see an orthodontist by the age seven. At this age, the orthodontist will evaluate whether your child will need interceptive orthodontic treatment. The importance of identifying orthodontic issues at a younger age has been shown to minimize, or even eliminate, more extensive orthodontic treatment later in life. Often early orthodontic intervention can help guide proper jaw development and allow proper room for normal eruption of the permanent teeth. If you have further questions please do not hesitate to give our office a call 1-800-920-9798.
October 4th, 2012
It's National Orthodontic Health Month and we want to make sure you braces are as clean and as shiny as they can be! Here are some great tips on keeping those braces sparkling!!
One tooth at a time. When you brush, take time with each individual tooth – at least 10 seconds each – and pay careful attention to the spots where your teeth touch your braces.
It’s all about the angles. Brush the tops of your teeth and braces with your brush angled down toward where they meet. Brush the bottoms of your teeth and braces with your brush angled up.
The tooth, the whole tooth, nothing but the tooth. While the front surface of your teeth may seem like the most logical to clean, it’s equally important to clean the inner surface of your teeth (tongue side) as well as the chewing surface. And be sure to clean along your gum line – a key spot for plaque buildup.
Step 1: eat, step 2: clean. While you’re in treatment, it’s important to brush after every meal. Bits of food can easily get caught between braces and teeth, and these food bits interact with bacteria in your mouth to cause decay. The longer food is in contact with your teeth, the greater opportunity for plaque to form. If you are eating somewhere that you can’t brush, thoroughly rinse your mouth with water.
Always be prepared. The easiest way to be sure you can brush after every meal is to get in the habit of taking a toothbrush, toothpaste and floss with you wherever you go. Designate a special container just for your teeth-cleaning tools and keep it in your purse, backpack, or laptop case.
Remove the moving parts. If you have elastic bands or headgear, remove these parts before you brush or floss.
Fluoride is your friend. Fluoride helps prevent cavities. Be sure to brush with fluoride toothpaste, and rinse with fluoride mouthwash.
Interproximal brushes (sometimes called proxa brushes or interdental brushes) are cone-shaped and come in very handy for reaching spots around your braces that standard brushes can’t.
Find the floss for you. Regular floss works for some patients, but others find it easier to work with a floss threader, which helps you get the floss into tight places. Other patients like an all-in-one product called Superfloss, which comes with a stiff end for easy threading, a spongy section for cleaning wide spaces, and regular floss for narrow spaces.
Make time for the pros. It’s your job to take care of the everyday cleaning. But make sure to visit your dentist regularly while in treatment, to get the deep, thorough cleaning that only a professional can provide.
April 23rd, 2010
There are so many questions about orthodontics that we never ask, so Drs. Jaime Rojas and Paula Baby took some time to explain the most common concerns.
At what age should orthodontic treatment occur?
Orthodontic treatment can be started at any age. Many orthodontic problems are easier to correct if detected at an early age before jaw growth has slowed. Early treatment may mean that a patient can avoid surgery and more serious complications. The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that every child first visit an orthodontist by age seven or earlier if a problem is detected by parents, the family dentist or the child's physician.
What is Phase I and Phase II treatment?
Phase I, or early interceptive treatment, is limited orthodontic treatment (i.e. expander, Herbst, Facemask, headgear, or partial braces) before all of the permanent teeth have erupted. Such treatment can occur between the ages of six and ten. This treatment is sometimes recommended to make more space for developing teeth, correction of crossbites, overbites, underbites, or harmful oral habits. Phase II treatment is also called comprehensive treatment, because it involves full braces when all of the permanent teeth have erupted, usually between the ages of eleven and thirteen.
Would an adult patient benefit from orthodontics?
Absolutely!! Orthodontic treatment can be successful at any age. Everyone wants a beautiful and healthy smile. Between 30-40% of our patients are adults.
How does orthodontic treatment work?
Braces use steady gentle pressure to gradually move teeth into their proper positions. The brackets that are placed on your teeth and the arch wire that connects them are the main components. When the arch wire is placed into the brackets, it tries to return to its original shape. As it does so, it applies pressure to move your teeth to their new, more ideal positions.
How long does orthodontic treatment take?
Treatment times vary on a case-by-case basis, but the average time is from one to two years. Actual treatment time can be affected by rate of growth and severity of the correction necessary. Treatment length is also dependent upon patient compliance. Maintaining good oral hygiene and keeping regular appointments are important in keeping your treatment time on schedule.
Do braces hurt?
The placement of bands and brackets on your teeth does not hurt. Once your braces are placed and connected with the arch wires, you may feel some soreness of your teeth for one to four days. Your lips and cheeks may need one to two weeks to get used to the braces on your teeth.
Will braces interfere with playing sports?
No. It is recommended, however, that patients protect their smiles by wearing a mouth guard when participating in any sporting activity. Mouth guards are inexpensive, comfortable, and come in a variety of colors and patterns.
Will braces interfere with playing musical instruments?
No. However, there may be an initial period of adjustment. In addition, brace covers or wax can be provided to prevent discomfort.
Should I see my general dentist while I have braces?
Yes, you should continue to see your general dentist every six months for cleaning and dental checkups, or more frequently as recommended.
Got more questions? Give us a call at our office! We'd love to hear from you.
March 17th, 2009
I have been working in the dental field for 18 years with a nursing background in Obstetrics. As a treatment coordinator my job is to help you get started with your orthodontic experience and I will likely be the first staff member you meet at your first visit. In my spare time I enjoy golfing, scrap booking and spending time with my grandchildren and husband. If you have any questions about our office I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I joined Drs. Baby and Rojas in May of 2006. I have 12 years experience in dentistry. I love the orthodontic environment as well as working with our exceptional team. As an Appointment and Treatment Coordinator I enjoy booking appointments for patients and advising new patients in what is involved in starting treatment with us. My spare time is spent with my little boy and going to all of his activities. If you have any questions about our office I can be reached at email@example.com.
I joined the Drs. Baby and Rojas team in May of 2007 bringing with me 28 years of experience in the dental field. As a Certified Level II Assistant my role is to develop records with new patients and follow their progression while aiding the team. I really am enjoying watching all those smiles unravelling from appointment to appointment! My role is also important behind the scenes where I love to perform laboratory procedures that involve setting up for your braces and retaining those new smiles. When I am not in the office you can find me at the gym, gardening and spending time with my new grandson, Logan.
Certified Level II Dental Assistant
I'm Tricia Perks and I completed the Dental Assistanting Program at Algonquin College in 2000. I have had the pleasure of working with Drs. Baby and Rojas since 2002. I am recently back from an extended maternity leave after having triplets in 2005. I am thrilled with the advancements that have occurred in orthodontic technology and I am happy to be back helping patients gain confidence through their smiles.
Registered Dental Hygienist
I am a Registered Dental Hygienist and have been a proud member of Dr. Baby and Dr. Rojas's team since 2003. Our goal is to help you achieve a beautiful smile in a caring and professional environment, and I really enjoy being able to support you on this exciting journey. It is very rewarding for me to see your improved smile at the end of treatment. In fact, both myself AND my husband were inspired to receive treatment with the Damon braces! So if you have any questions about life with braces, please ask me!
Registered Dental Hygienist
I am a Registered Dental Hygienist, and have been working in the field of dentistry since 2001, previously as a Dental Assistant within a general practice. I was very excited to join Dr. Baby, Dr. Rojas and their professional and friendly team in July 2006, after completing the Dental Hygiene program at Durham College. I have thoroughly enjoyed working in the field of dentistry, especially orthodontics and look forward to helping people achieve a healthy smile. When I am not at the office I can be found roller-blading, snowboarding, relaxing in the sun on the beach, or spending time with family and friends.
Registered Dental Hygienist
I am a Registered Dental Hygienist with experience in orthodontics since 2002. I have had the privilege of being a part of Dr. Baby and Dr. Rojas’s orthodontic team since 2005. I really enjoy helping children, teens and adults go through the process to a happier, healthier smile. While not at work, I look forward to spending my time with my husband and 3 beautiful children.