Invisalign First, a new range of Invisalign aligners for children, is an option for young patients in Vancouver communities.
Dr. Aly Kanani's Guide to Orthodontics, Invisalign, and Braces
Sports mouthguards are an essential piece of equipment if you play contact sports, especially if you are undergoing orthodontic treatment. Today our Vancouver orthodontist explains why wearing a sports mouthguard is so important for your orthodontic treatment.
Looking for a great graphic novel for a young person struggling with life with braces? Today our Vancouver orthodontists share ‘Smile’ by Raina Telgemeier. This fun book depicts the emotional ups and downs of dealing with braces, and much much more.
Dr. Aly Kanani offers Invisalign as a way to straighten teeth without the need for metal brackets and wires. If you're considering Invisalign to straighten your teeth, you may be wondering if Invisalign treatment will hurt. Here is what other Invisalign patients tell our orthodontists...
Today's the day when you get your braces off and your straighter new smile will be revealed, congratulations! But wait, that's not where your orthodontic treatment ends. Now you will need to wear a retainer for a few months. Here's why wearing a retainer is an important part of your orthodontic treatment.
Orthodontic emergencies can strike at any time. That said, it can be challenging to differentiate between an issue that can wait a day or two to be resolved, and a real orthodontic emergency. Today our Vancouver orthodontists share a few tips on how to tell if you're having an orthodontic emergency.
Not all that long ago it was unusual for adults to undergo orthodontic treatment, but now, thanks to new low profile orthodontic treatment options, more and more adults are choosing to straighten their teeth and correct bite issues. Here are a few of the more discreet orthodontic treatment options that adults love.
Phase 1 Interceptive Orthodontics are designed to help minimize the number of extractions required when treating orthodontic issues in children.