Invisalign on a Night Out: Tips and Tricks

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Anyone using Invisalign has heard the drill before: the more you wear them, the faster and better they work. It’s recommended that people wear their Invisalign trays at least 22 hours each day. Yes, that’s basically all the time. The only reason to take them out is to eat or drink, and to brush your teeth and clean the trays. … Read More

Can Braces Change Your Face?

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One fear that people have when they are about to undergo orthodontic treatment is that the shape of their face will change. It is a fair concern… people are generally pretty attached to the way their face looks. Can Braces Change Your Face? Generally, the shape of the face stays the same. However, there are certain cases that the shape … Read More

How Long Do I Need To Wear Braces

One Of Our Top Questions About Braces. At South Surrey Smiles, we answer a lot of questions. Probably the most common one of all comes from people considering braces: How Long Do I Need To Wear Braces? It is a tough question to answer without taking a thorough look. What it really boils down to is a series of factors … Read More

How To Enjoy The Summer With Braces

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There’s nothing quite like the feeling of summer when it finally arrives. School is done for the year, sunny days seem endless, and everything slows down just a little. That said, it can be tough to keep a routine in the middle of summer, whether it’s because you finally get to sleep in or because it’s harder to eat right. … Read More

Living With Braces: 5 Tips to help you cope with new braces

Whether you are a teen or an adult, getting braces is a big decision, however, it will be worth it when your braces are removed and you have the most beautiful, dazzling, healthy smile.Until that day arrives, you must go through the process of living with braces. So, we at South Surrey Smiles thought we’d come up with a list … Read More

Can You Get Braces With Wisdom Teeth?

The answer is YES! Some people suggest that their teeth relapsed and went crooked in their later years due to wisdom teeth, however, there is no scientific research to support this. Science tells us that the wisdom teeth are too far back to have an effect on the front teeth. As we age, just like getting grey hair and glasses, … Read More