Want straighter teeth without the hassle? Invisalign treatments help BC residents straighten their teeth without wires and brackets, using clear, customized, removable aligners.
Orthodontic Treatment Options
Dr. Kanani discusses the wide range of orthodontic treatment options available to children, teens and adults who need their teeth straightened, and what they entail.
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.
Phase 1 Interceptive Orthodontics are designed to help minimize the number of extractions required when treating orthodontic issues in children. Today our Surrey and Langley orthodontics team explains how Phase 1 treatment could help to transform your child's smile.
If you're considering straightening your smile, both Invisalign clear aligners and traditional metal braces are effective orthodontic treatment options. Today our Langley orthodontist weighs up the differences between these two treatment options.
Lingual braces are hidden from sight because they are placed behind the teeth.“Translucent” braces, made from a tooth-coloured ceramic, blends in with the colour of your teeth. We hope the information provided here will help you decide which of these options would be best for you!
At your first visit to either our Surrey or Langley orthodontic offices, you will attend an orthodontic consultation with your orthodontist, during which we will examine your smile, determine the nature of your misalignment issues, and consider the treatment options that would suit you best.
This Christmas, treat yourself to a beautiful new smile with braces or Invisalign for adults!
Braces and orthodontics are mainly associated with teens or adults looking to correct teeth and jaw misalignment for personal and professional reasons. But, for many individuals the best time to seek orthodontic treatment isn't in adolescence or adulthood, but in childhood.