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Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Fundraiser
02/05/2018
Please join Dr. Malone in her fight and support of children's cancer and blood disorders research.
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Braces-Friendly Recipes to Enjoy This Summer
07/02/2015
After our Alpharetta, GA orthodontist, Dr. Malone, places braces on your teeth, you are told about the hazards of eating certain foods that can damage or break your braces. We tell you to steer clear of hard, crunchy, chewy, gooey, and sticky foods for the duration of your treatment to ensure that your brackets and wires intact.
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Introducing Plaque HD
03/06/2015
One of the main challenges that many orthodontic patients experience is keeping their teeth clean. We all know the importance of good oral hygiene, especially while in braces, but sometimes despite our best efforts, we fall just a little short.
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National Children’s Dental Health Month
02/19/2015
Every February The American Dental Association promotes their annual children’s dental health month to raise awareness and provides fun education on the importance and benefit of healthy oral care.
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The Psychological Effects of a Straighter Smile
12/22/2014
While most of us know that straightening teeth through the use of orthodontic braces can improve one's appearance, many people don't realize that the result of a straighter smile can also have a positive psychological effect.
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Halloween at Malone Orthodontics
10/27/2014
At Malone Orthodontics Dr. Jackie and her team are offering patients 10 Malone Orthodontic Patient Rewards Points for every pound of candy they donate by November 14th! But the amazing gift doesn’t stop there:
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Welcome to the Malone Orthodontics Blog!
10/16/2014
Our Alpharetta orthodontist, Dr. Jacqueline Malone, along with her friendly staff would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our blog! Dr. "Jackie" has been providing outstanding orthodontic treatment to local families as well as to those living in the greater Atlanta area for 14 years.
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