Learn About Water Flossers

Do you have braces or other dental work that make it problematic to use floss? Have you been curious about water flossers and the effect it could have on your oral health? If so, we have good news for you! Dr. Michael Jacobsen with Jacobsen & Maleeh Orthodontics in Victorville, California, cares for your oral health, which is why we... read more »

Use These Tips to Minimize Tooth Misalignment in Your Child

Do you ever feel stressed about your child’s smile? If so, you’re not alone. There are many parents who wish to help their child avoid dental cavities, enamel erosion, and misaligned teeth. Fortunately, there are ways you can help your child minimize tooth misalignment. Our orthodontist, Dr. Michael Jacobsen, is happy to tell you all about them so you can... read more »

Are You Looking for Invisalign® to Improve Your Smile?

If you are looking for a discreet way to improve your smile, you are not alone. That is why thousands of people are now turning to Invisalign® more so than ever before. That is why our team here at Jacobsen & Maleeh Orthodontics in Victorville, California, is happy to talk to you about Invisalign and how it can work for... read more »

What Are the Most Common Bad Bites and Alignment Issues Your Smile Can Have?

Most common bad bites and alignment issues within your mouth are caused directly by your teeth. However, if your jaw is out of alignment, this can cause a crossbite. Another name for bad bites is malocclusions, and many forms of malocclusions can affect your teeth and your oral health in a variety of ways. Malocclusions typically are most prevalent in... read more »

Do You Know the Different Types of Malocclusions?

Malocclusions, also commonly referred to as “bad bites”, refer to misalignments and poor fits with your teeth and jaws. Malocclusions can be caused by a variety of factors, many of which are out of your control. Most malocclusions will need an orthodontic treatment to fix the ailment. Do you know what the different types of malocclusions are? See the list... read more »