Want straighter teeth without the hassle? Invisalign treatments help BC residents straighten their teeth without wires and brackets, using clear, customized, removable aligners.
The Full Ortho Guide
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.
Braces have become much more comfortable and studier over recent years, nonetheless there are still foods you shouldn't eat while you have braces. Today, our Surrey and Langley orthodontists share which foods you can and cannot eat while wearing braces.
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.
Visiting your Langley orthodontist periodically for adjustments is an important part of your orthodontic treatment if you have braces. Here's what you can expect when you visit us for your braces adjustment appointments.
Is the inside of your mouth feeling a little tender since you got your new braces? Orthodontic wax may help to prevent irritation caused by poking wires and brackets. Here, our Surrey and Langley orthodontist explains what orthodontic wax is and how to use it.
Everyone wants to look great in pictures. If you're wondering how to look your very best in pictures throughout your orthodontic treatment, here are a few tips to help you out.
Having crooked or uneven teeth may cause you to feel embarrassed or insecure, but for some people, wearing braces can also cause confidence issues. Here are a few tips to help you feel confident when wearing braces.
You will visit your orthodontist on a regular basis for checkups and adjustments throughout your orthodontic treatment, but don’t forget to keep visiting your dentist, too!
During your orthodontic treatment, you will have to pay regular visits to your orthodontist so that he can monitor your progress and make sure everything is going as planned.