September 8th, 2015
Morris Orthodontics is pleased to donate four tickets to the JPII High School Fund for Excellence. Please see the email from JP2 High School below:
Attention JPII football fans!
The JPII Fund for Excellence has been given four tickets to offer to the highest bidder. A special thank you goes to Morris Orthodontics in Hendersonville for this generous donation.
The proceeds will benefit the Fund for Excellence – 4 tickets to the September 19th Notre Dame vs. Georgia Tech game.
The Fighting Irish will take on the Yellow Jackets at 3:30 pm on Saturday, September 19th at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Indiana.
These are great seats! Section 13, Row 42, Seats 9, 10, 11 and 12. These tickets are valued at $340.00.
Send your confidential bid to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bids will be taken until noon on Friday, September 11th. Arrangements will be made with winner for payment and delivery of the tickets.
August 31st, 2015
Recently blue wristbands were spotted all across Hendersonville and throughout Sumner county. One lucky person was chosen Monday as the winner of our Wristband for Wristwatch contest. The winner received a new Apple Watch. Watch this video to see who the lucky winner is and what their reaction was.
August 24th, 2015
It’s time to start turning your wristbands in to the practice!
If you participated in our “Wristband for WristWatch” contest, you might be less than a week away from owning a new Apple watch! Here’s what you need to do:
- Remember that your wristband must still be on your wrist to participate
- Visit Morris Orthodontics in Hendersonville, TN during regular practice hours between today (Monday, August 24, 2015) and Friday (August 28, 2015) to have one of our team members remove your band from your wrist…note that the practice closes at 1 pm on Friday
- Our team member will write your name on the back of your band and will enter it into the drawing for the Apple Watch
- We will announce the winner of the new watch through our blog on Monday, August 31, 2015
July 27th, 2015
Not all 2nd or 3rd graders need orthodontic treatment, but the American Association of Orthodontists does recommend that all children be evaluated by an Orthodontist by the age of 7, so parents will know if their child needs early, interceptive orthodontic treatment.
Your child may have one or more of these dental or skeletal problems, which may require early interceptive orthodontic treatment. Dr. Morris is trained to evaluate skeletal and dental disharmonies and also when early orthodontic treatment is necessary.
Here is the list of common problems observed in young children where early treatment is often necessary:
Excessive spacing of the teeth may or may not be an indication for the need of early orthodontic treatment. Spacing can indicate permanently missing teeth, misshaped teeth or excessive jaw growth.
Crowding at a young age can mean difficulty with keeping the teeth clean and also the potential that future permanent teeth may have to be removed.
Open Bite can be an indication of possible thumb or tongue habit. It might also mean the direction the upper and lower jaws are growing is in an unfavorable direction.
Overbite may mean that the lower teeth are biting into the roof of the mouth, damaging the gum tissue behind the top teeth. Typically, this also indicates a facial imbalance.
Crossbite of front teeth can cause gingival recession of the lower front teeth, while also preventing adequate growth of the upper jaw.
Crossbite of back teeth can cause a facial asymmetry and a crooked smile. It may also be an indication of a narrow upper jaw and/or crowded upper teeth.
Underbite can be an indication of an upper jaw underdevelopment or a lower jaw that has grown too much. Both situations need to be addressed as soon as possible.
Overjet that is excessive can lead to a greater possibility of chipped, fractured or lost teeth due to traumatic injuries.
Abnormal eruption of the teeth may or may not be an indication for the need of early orthodontic treatment.
Call us today for a free consultation to know for sure whether these problems exist and need to be corrected now or later.