Men’s Invisalign Before and After: Lawrence’s Story

More adults than ever are turning to Docbraces’ orthodontists to give them the smiles they’ve always wanted. In fact, 50% of Docbraces patients over the age of 21! Lawrence was no different, approaching Docbraces for a discreet, comfortable solution to straightening his teeth. His great results have since made him an Invisalign before and after success story, which he shares in this blog post: More»

Learn How Braces Work in 5 Simple Steps

Orthodontist Second Opinion

So, you’ve been told that you or your child needs braces. You’re excited at the prospect of a beautiful smile and healthy mouth, but are wondering what exactly is involved in the process. Outlined below is the start to finish steps of how braces work—the adventure that is about to improve your looks, confidence and smile! More»

How to Determine the Price of Braces

While it’s near impossible to put a price on health and happiness, it’s a fact that orthodontic patients have many questions about the price of braces, Invisalign and other treatment alternatives. And rightly so! Docbraces is pleased to make this part of the process as easy and painless as the dental treatment itself. More»

After Orthodontics: Maintaining a Healthy Smile Once Braces Are Off

When you’re finished your orthodontic treatment—whether it’s braces, Invisalign or another option—your new smile is yours to keep. Like anything else you spend time, effort and money on, with orthodontics, you’ll want to keep that smile healthy and looking fabulous. Once treatment is complete, that part will be up to you!

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3 Reasons 3D Images are Better than Moulds for Orthodontics

There is no doubt that technology has changed our lives – from the way we communicate to how we watch movies and drive our cars. It has also provided amazing advancements in the healthcare field, orthodontics in particular. A perfect example of such an innovation is the advanced 3D imaging that Docbraces’ orthodontists use to diagnose and treat bite misalignments and crooked teeth.

Traditionally, orthodontists would take impressions of your teeth then pour plaster into the impressions to produce a model of your teeth.

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