If you play sports, wear braces, or both it's important that you have a mouthguard.
Read our blog to learn more about braces and Invisalign clear aligners from the orthodontists at Burnaby Heights Orthodontics.
OrthoPulse® might be right for you if you are looking to safely supplement your orthodontic treatment and still get a healthier, straighter smile.
Are you wondering what the small rubbers bands attached to your braces are? They are called Orthodontic elastics and they come in many different colours. Today our Burnaby orthodontists explain what orthodontic elastics are and how they can help your orthodontic treatment be successful.
Your Invisalign clear aligners are removable so you don't need to wear them all of the time. Here our orthodontists in Burnaby discuss how long you need to wear your aligners and why it's critical to your treatment.
We understand that wearing braces can make you feel a bit self-conscious when it's time to smile for a photo. Which, is why the orthodontists at Burnaby Heights Orthodontics in Burnaby are giving you these tips and tricks on taking a good photo while wearing braces.
You need to have your braces adjusted during your orthodontic treatment and in this blog, our orthodontists in Burnaby have listed the steps of the adjustment process.
Finally, your braces are off and your teeth have been aligned! However, your orthodontist just told said you still have to wear a retainer, today our orthodontic team in Burnaby explains why.
Invisalign Clear Aligners are a popular alternative to the traditional metal braces for orthodontic treatments. In this blog, our orthodontists in Burnaby explain the differences between Invisalign and braces to help you decide which option is best for you.
Your mouth is probably going to be sore and irritated after getting new braces because your mouth hasn't adapted to them yet. Here our orthodontists at Burnaby Heights Orthodontics discuss ways you can alleviate the mouth, cheek, and lip discomfort brought on by new braces.