We applaud your decision to straighten your teeth with Invisalign. It's time to get back to work and create a new routine. While this may appear difficult at first, it is doable, particularly with the assistance of our Langley dentists' advice on how to keep your Invisalign treatment on track.
Read our dental blog for tips and advice about keeping your smile healthy and bright with information provided by our dentists and dental team.
If your dentist has recommended replacing your missing teeth using dental implants, you may have many questions about the process and if you will need to do anything different once you have your new implants. Our Langley dentists are here to share a list of the most common questions that patients ask about having dental implants.
When you think of dentures you may picture an older person, but did you know that dentures can help resolve dental issues in patients of all ages? Our dentists in Langley dentists talk about why you don't need to be a certain age in order to have dentures as a dental treatment.
In this post, our dentists in Langley discuss how dentists can help you obtain a sleep apnea diagnosis and address your concerns.
One of the reasons patients value Invisalign clear aligners for their orthodontic treatments is because they don't come with dietary restrictions and can be removed to eat. Here, our Langley dentist explains a few things you should know about eating when undergoing Invisalign treatment.
While the majority of dental implant procedures are completed successfully, sometimes things go wrong or failures occur. There is no need to be concerned if your implant fails. Here, our Langley dentist helps our patients to recognize working signs of a failed dental implant and what your next steps should be.
Are you considering changing the appearance of your teeth with whitening, but are worried about the process' potential side effects? Here, our Langley dentists share some potential side effects that you may experience after teeth whitening procedures as well as how safe the procedure is generally and what your dentist can do to address your discomfort.