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As we say goodbye to the unpredictability of 2020 I’m sure everyone is looking forward to a fresh start and the beginning of 2021. As the New Year quickly approaches, you may be thinking about ways you can improve yourself and other resolutions that you may want to set.  While you are setting your New Year’s resolutions, may I suggest a few for your braces? Set a Schedule For your New Year’s resolutions to be
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The holiday season is just around the corner and it is time to celebrate, safely.  Just because you have braces is not a reason to put a damper on the holiday cheer.  I would like to offer you the following tips to help you get the most out of your holiday season this year. Dinner Time One thing that almost everyone looks forward to is a delicious Christmas dinner.  The great news for people wearing
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Halloween has not been cancelled this year.  The most creative and fun holiday of the year is just around the corner so its time to sort out a costume, get your candy bag ready, and prepare to go out trick or treating.  Even if you have recently got braces, with a little guidance and a few tips, you will still be able to enjoy almost all the holiday treats. Here are some suggestions and tips
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It is time to say goodbye to another B.C. summer and head back to the classroom for the start of a new school year. Although this year will be very different than any other, the key to success both in and out of the classroom is to establish a routine. Your regular visits to the orthodontist will also be different but, like school, a well thought out routine is the best way for you to
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Surprisingly, orthodontic treatment, including braces and Invisalign, is about far more than just the aesthetic benefits.  Straight teeth and a better bite can also save you money.  Here are 3 ways that an orthodontist can save you money. Fewer Dental Fees Straighter teeth will correct a wide range of dental issues such as: Crooked teeth. Crowded teeth. Gaps between your teeth. All these issues allow bacteria to hide and accumulate in your mouth, creating plaque
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