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Smile and the whole world smiles with you!

“A smile is one of the most simple, inexpensive and wonderful things in the world.”

As powerful and easy as a smile is, sometimes the way we feel about ourselves and our appearance make it difficult to complete this powerful action. There are actual psychological benefits to smiling, and by not believing that you have a good smile, it can adversely affect the mental well being of an individual. It can make you want to keep to yourself and become highly self-conscious. On the other hand, having a good smile can add to the personality of an individual.

A good smile can make you feel more attractive and self confident. Braces help to improve your smile, self confidence and over all well being. Braces are not only about aesthetics, but also help to improve the stability, function and health of an individual’s teeth. “Traditionally, orthodontic treatment has been largely defined by metal brackets, wires and rubber bands.” explained Dr. Stosich a Chicago orthodontist.

Today’s braces are far more sophisticated than ever making it appealing for patients of all ages. In state of the art practices, such as iDentity Orthodontics, adults make up 35% of the patients in treatment. Dr. Michael Stosich, Gurnee orthodontics specialist, uses only the most cutting edge tools such as Invisalign and SureSmile to make the overall process more effective and efficient. This is done by using the SureSmile robot and heat-activated nickel-titanium wires developed by NASA, which are superior in helping teeth move in the right direction.

Dr. Michael Stosich
Meet Dr. Michael Stosich, Your Local Orthodontist

Dr. Michael Stosich is a board certified orthodontist in Chicagoland with two private practices. Dr. S serves patients of all ages, children, teens, and adults and is the top rated orthodontist in Illinois. He is the director of orthodontics at the University of Chicago Medicine and Comer Children's Hospital, and a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics. Dr. S is awarded for his extensive research in accelerated tooth movement and patient centered care.

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In a study done by the American Dental Association, they found that the average woman smiles about 62 times a day, but a man, only 8! Make your smile count on a daily basis!

AUTHOR: Michael Stosich

Michael S. Stosich, DMD, MS, MS, is a specialist orthodontist for children and adults with subspecialty expertise in robotically assisted orthodontics. Dr. Stosich serves as the orthodontic director at the University of Chicago's cleft lip and palate clinic and craniofacial anomalies clinic, which treats complex pediatric craniofacial anomalies.