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Tips to Make Your Orthodontic Treatment as Efficient as Possible

Tips to Make Your Orthodontic Treatment as Efficient as Possible

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The power to have a quicker, more efficient orthodontic treatment is in your hands! Well, actually it’s in your mouth. But it’s also in your day-to-day routine. The things you do on a regular basis with braces can affect the outcome of your treatment, so make sure that you integrate these tips into your daily routine.

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Questions to Ask Your Insurance Company Regarding Your Orthodontic Treatment

Questions to Ask Your Insurance Company Regarding Your Orthodontic Treatment

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Coming in for a consultation at OrthoStyle Montréal is easy. Our dental team will answer any questions you have about your treatment. Here we’ve provided our own guide of questions you can ask your insurance company to cover the details of your orthodontic treatment.

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What You Can Expect During Jaw Surgery Recovery

What You Can Expect During Jaw Surgery Recovery

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For those struggling with TMJ or a heavy overbite/sunken jaw, jaw surgery can be one of the best choices you’ll ever make. Jaw surgery can correct snoring, TMJ pain, and the quality of your smile. However, jaw surgery is a very intensive procedure, and most people take nearly a year to fully recover. Here is what you can expect during jaw surgery recovery.

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The Difference Between An Orthodontist & General A Dentists Offering Orthodontic Treatment

The Difference Between An Orthodontist & General A Dentists Offering Orthodontic Treatment

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How do you know who to listen to when it comes to you, or your child’s first orthodontic treatment? Family dentists are reliable in that they know your routine and dental history, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you can rely on them for guidance on orthodontics. Not all dentists will be able to recognize early signs of orthodontic issues, which is why it’s best to get checked by an orthodontist young, to prevent big problems later.

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Brushing Techniques for Braces

Brushing Techniques for Braces

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Buccal braces are still the most effective type of orthodontics available. They are the most durable and they are the fastest type of treatment. However, they have the potential to build up twice as much plaque unless you step up your oral hygiene routine and brushing techniques.

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How Can Orthodontic Treatment Prevent Serious Dental Issues?

How Can Orthodontic Treatment Prevent Serious Dental Issues?

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You may be considering the consequences of acting (or not acting) on your oral health. Some Canadians think that if they leave their dental alignment alone, they’ll get used to it. What many people don’t know is that leaving a bad bite untreated leads to bigger issues. Here are some things you should know about your teeth, and how orthodontic treatment can help prevent serious dental issues.

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Orthodontic Wax FAQs

Orthodontic Wax FAQs

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Orthodontic wax is a product that will help make your braces treatment go more smoothly… literally! Read these FAQs for answers to our most commonly asked questions about orthodontic wax.

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Talking With Braces

Talking With Braces

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When you first get your new braces or orthodontic aligners, you may find that you encounter some challenges when it comes to talking. Here are some tips from the Daher Orthodontics team on how to navigate these challenges!

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The Invisalign Teen Difference

The Invisalign Teen Difference

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Invisalign has created a unique line of aligners geared to the specific needs of busy teenager. To find out what makes Invisalign Teen different from the standard line, read on!

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Mouth Guards For Braces

Mouth Guards For Braces

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A mouth guard is an important piece of sports equipment for any athlete, but especially for those who have braces.

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