Invisalign vs Braces: Comfort and Discretion

For many people, the thought of braces brings with it a series of misconceptions and fears. These fears range from discomfort to aesthetics and are mostly based on outdated misinformation. Advances in orthodontics have made it possible to give yourself the smile you’ve always wanted—in comfort and privacy. Deciding between Invisalign vs braces is just the beginning! Learning more about Invisalign, clear braces and ceramic braces means you can make the best decision about giving yourself the smile you deserve.

Invisalign Means Comfort and Discretion

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Your Halifax Orthodontist: Meet Dr. Knowlton!

If you’re looking for an Orthodontist in Halifax or Dartmouth, the Docbraces team provides the expertise and experience to deal with all of your family’s orthodontic concerns. As the most recent addition to the Docbraces family, Dr. Kevin Knowlton brings with him a dedication to health and community. His passions include baseball, golf and snowboarding and most importantly, spending time with his wife and two daughters.

Dr. Knowlton is committed to helping his patients achieve beautiful, healthy smiles. He brings with him years of experience providing the highest possible standards of treatment. Here are some things that we thought you should know about Dr. Knowlton and the Docbraces team. Continue reading “Your Halifax Orthodontist: Meet Dr. Knowlton!”

Teen Braces: Life Long Health and Well-Being

A beautiful smile is about a lot more than aesthetics—it’s about a healthy life. Ensuring a healthy, happy smile for a lifetime often requires some help and that’s where braces can come into play. Getting an early start with orthodontic treatment provides teens with more options, ensuring that you have every reason to smile now, and later in life. Here are some things for teens to consider as you get ready to start treatment.

Teen Braces: An Early Start

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