We’re Thankful for Our Patients

We always feel very fortunate to work in the business we do, and especially now during the Thanksgiving season, we would like to express how grateful we are for the patients we see each day. There’s no better feeling than watching kids and adults walk out of our office with the confidence to conquer the world. We know there are other options when it comes to choosing an orthodontist, so trusting the Bankhead team with your smile means the world to us!

This time of year presents opportunities to be thankful, express appreciation, and pause to reflect on the many good things in our lives. However, sometimes the busyness of the holiday season gets in the way of truly considering our blessings. From our team of doctors, treatment coordinators, and entire office staff, our family here at Bankhead Orthodontics wants to be sure that our patients realize how truly grateful we are for each one of them.

As you celebrate your own holiday, our current patients can also be grateful that most traditional Thanksgiving far is very braces friendly! It’s nice that some of your favorite things should be totally fine to eat including turkey, ham, stuffing, mashed and sweet potatoes, cooked vegetables, corn OFF the cob, and pie. Just avoid any crunchy foods that your family may be serving as appetizers, such as chips, nuts and raw carrot sticks.

Enjoy your time with loved ones this holiday, and if your Thanksgiving meal causes any issue with your braces, let us know. We’ll take care of you as soon as we can!

Happy Thanksgiving from the Bankhead Orthodontics Family to yours.

If you or your child need braces, work with the experts at Bankhead Orthodontic Specialists. Serving the St. Louis Metro area and southeastern Illinois via six convenient locations, these trained specialists offer traditional, lingual and clear braces as well as Invisalign® to provide patients with highly customized solutions. Call (636) 978-8848 today to schedule a consultation, and visit the website for more information about braces.

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