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February 15, 2017

Facts About Invisalign

Everybody deserves a beautiful smile, but not everyone is willing to commit to wearing unsightly braces for an extended period of time. Fortunately, for those who want to straighten their teeth but don’t want to wear traditional braces, there is Invisalign. Chances are, you’ve heard of these amazing clear braces, but few people know much about them outside of their unique appearance. If you’ve been considering making the leap to using Invisalign, then it’s important
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Braces are something we all associate with adolescence. You may have empathy for your awkward teenage years of acne and braces, but that doesn’t mean you want to go back! However, any good orthodontist will tell you there are many health-related advantages of getting braces as an adult. You may be bothered by the appearance of adult braces in the short term, but there’s no doubting the aesthetic benefits of straighter teeth or a fixed
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Even people with the most thorough brushing technique can’t reach every crevice between their teeth and below their gum lines. Flossing every day removes food and plaque from those hard to reach places, helping to prevent cavities and gum disease. Your teeth will also look and feel cleaner after a good flossing, giving you a gorgeous smile others can’t help but notice. Unfortunately, many Canadians either never floss or don’t floss enough. According to the
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When it comes to your teeth and overall dental hygiene, it is so important to find the right specialist. Your mouth and teeth can be a significant determining factor in your overall health, so it is important to take care of all aspects of your oral hygiene. Depending upon what your dental needs are will determine which specialist you need to see. Here is are some of the differences between a dentist and an orthodontist
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graduation girl holding her diploma with pride For many adolescents, braces are just another part of being a teenager. Although there are many different reasons as to why each individual needs braces, the average age for braces is usually in adolescence. As the premier orthodontist in Squamish, here are some of the reasons as to why this time period is chosen and some reasons why we may look at earlier intervention. Primary Teeth As a
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