Many people find that Invisalign clear aligners are a great alternative to metal braces if they need to straighten their teeth or correct bite issues — no need for wires or bulky brackets. Our Richmond dentists explain how the Invisalign treatment process works, from start to straight smile finish.
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Your Invisalign aligners are free from bacteria and practically invisible when they arrive. To keep them in great condition, you’ll need to know how to properly clean and care for your aligners. Here are some tips from our Richmond BC dentists on how to do that.
If you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea, a dental appliance from your dentist may be able to help reduce your sleep apnea symptoms and allow you to get a better night's sleep. Here's how they work...
At Saba Road Dental Center, our dentists often get asked about the need to floss. Patients wonder why they need to floss if they brush their teeth thoroughly twice a day. Today we share a few of the reasons why flossing is an important part of a caring for your oral health.
Our dentists at Saba Road Dental Center in Richmond BC offer Invisalign to help patients achieve straighter, healthier smiles. If you're considering Invisalign to straighten your teeth, you may be wondering whether treatment with Invisalign's clear aligners is painful. Our dentists explain...
If you're unhappy with the overall appearance of your smile, you may be considering trying a whitening toothpaste to brighten your teeth. But do whitening toothpastes really whiten teeth? Our Richmond dentists share some effective ways to brighten your smile.
C.P.A.P. is typically the best way to treat moderate to severe sleep apnea. That said, if you have been diagnosed with mild obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), there may be other ways to help reduce your sleep apnea symptoms effectively besides CPAP. Today our Richmond dentists explain approaches that may help you to get a better night's sleep.
At Saba Road Dental Center in Richmond, our dentists understand that learning to eat while wearing your new dentures is going to take some time and some practice. Here are a few soft-food suggestions from our dentists, to help you out as you get started.
While you get used to your new teeth, here are some tips from our Richmond dentists on how to keep your dentures in tip-top condition.