You’ve heard the word 'orthodontics', but what does it mean, and how can an orthodontist help you? Today, our Montreal orthodontists explain the basics of this field of dentistry.
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At Orthostyle, we don’t want cost to be a barrier to receiving orthodontic treatment. Here are some ideas from our Montreal dentists to help you get an idea of how to plan for the cost of braces and other orthodontic treatment options.
“Why do I have to wear a retainer?” This is a question most orthodontists get asked on a regular basis. Sometimes the excitement about having a beautiful smile and no more crooked teeth can mean patients forget important details about retainer wear, as they’re focused on the immediate need for braces or aligners.
Are you considering orthodontic treatment, but unsure how it will effect your daily life? Keep reading to get the answers to some common questions about orthodontic treatment and how to prepare.
Dealing with crooked teeth can be a challenge. An imperfect smile often impacts a person’s self-esteem and overall dental health. It also prompts the question, “what causes crooked teeth, anyway?”
The commonness of orthodontic treatment in the modern world has led to some people asking us if Canadians’ bites have become significantly more complex and imbalanced over the past few decades, but there are other factors at play motivating the young, and not so young, to fix their teeth and improve their smile.
We’re pretty sure that most people know that, in today’s orthodontic world, it’s not just kids who wear braces and aligners. Close to 50% of orthodontic patients are now adults, and people of all ages are looking to correct their bite deficiencies and address cosmetic concerns.
Montréal Orthodontists at Orthostyle Montréal understand a patient’s eagerness to complete treatment in a timely process. The level of customization of each patient’s treatment plan contributes greatly to the efficiency and precision of tooth movement, and in ensuring that the end result is a healthy smile. Here are some ways to help keep your treatment on track!