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May 11, 2020
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Patients and Families,   We are excited to announce that our offices have just re-opened, and we are working diligently to schedule appointments to check on the progress our patients have been making in their orthodontic treatment.   Please understand that we are doing everything we can to see your smiling face in our office as soon as possible. In the coming weeks, we will be reaching out to you via phone call or text message to schedule your next appointment.   Prior to your appointment, we ask that you take a few minutes to review the new COVID-19 precautions we have put in place to maximize the safety and comfort of our patients and staff at   We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work through our re-opening plans, and we will be in touch as soon as we are ready to schedule your appointment. In the meantime, if you have any questions, concerns, or if you are experiencing an orthodontic emergency, please call or email us.   Sincerely,   Your Friends at Kristo Orthodontics
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April 29, 2020
We are excited to see you and check on your orthodontic progress, and we appreciate your patience and understanding during the temporary COVID-19 office closure. We are working hard to make sure we open just as soon as possible, in accordance with the CDC, ADA, and our State’s guidance. We will call you when we can schedule your appointment. Upon reopening, we assure you that the safety of our patients and staff remains our top priority.   Our clinics stay on the leading edge of dentistry and orthodontics and incorporate advanced safety measures to safeguard health. We have always maintained the highest infection and cross-contamination prevention standards in our clinics, exceeding the standards recommended by the American Dental Association (ADA), the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO), the Center for Disease Control (CDC), and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to ensure that our patients and our team are safe.   Your doctors and orthodontic team at Kristo Orthodontics are committed to staying up to date, day by day, on what is being discovered about the Coronavirus to determine any additional infection prevention and control protocols needed. When you return to our office, you will notice additional measures we have put in place to maximize your safety and comfort. Details are available at

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April 10, 2020

Dear Patients and Families, We’re here for you! Even though our clinics remain closed for non-emergency care, we are still here to support your ongoing orthodontic treatment. From the safety of your home, we can virtually monitor your treatment and address concerns you have.

  • Contact us if you would like to request a video-based appointment to virtually check your appliances or aligners and to connect face-to-face about treatment questions.
  • Email us photos, questions, or concerns about your treatment or call anytime.
  • Your doctors have filmed a series of short videos on FAQs and tips filled with helpful information.

If you are experiencing an orthodontic emergency, including severe discomfort, swelling, or trauma to your face, mouth, or teeth, please email or call to determin

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March 31, 2020
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Orthodontic Tips

We sure do miss seeing all our patients! During this temporary office closure, we understand that you may have questions about your ongoing orthodontic care. Here are some helpful tips until we can see you again in office.

  • Great oral hygiene is key! Brush and floss more thoroughly than ever before to keep your enamel and gums as healthy as possible. We recommend you brush 2-3 times per day and floss daily – click here for more info.
  • Eat a healthy diet and drink lots of water! Make sure to also avoid sticky and hard foods with braces, to avoid breaking brackets and wires.
  • Continue to wear your elastic bands as prescribed. If you need additional bands, call or email us.
  • If you are turning an expander, continue turning for the length of time, or number of turns, prescribed. At that time, quit turning until we can see you in the office.
  • Invisalign retainers should continue to be worn as prescr

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March 17, 2020

Dear Patients, Families, and Friends, Our entire team at Kristo Orthodontics wants to safeguard the health of our patients and their families, our employees, and the community as a whole against COVID-19. Therefore, in alignment with CDC, ADA, and AAO guidance to postpone non-emergency dental procedures, our offices are temporarily closed. While we expect to resume normal operations on Monday, April 6, we will continue to carefully monitor the ever-changing situation as well as state and national guidance. If you currently have an appointment scheduled prior to April 6, that appointment is canceled. Once we determine when we will be reopening, we will connect with you to reschedule your appointment. Members of our team are available for phone calls if you have questions or concerns about your treatment or if you require emergency orthodontic care. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience, support, flexibility, and understanding during this highly unusual time. Sincerely, Kristo Orthodontics P.S. Dr. Kristo and Dr. Bronski answer some commonly asked questions in this short video – check it out!

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