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Problems, Consequences and Solutions

I have been practicing as a general dentist now for more than 30 years (I know, it's a lot!). I integrated orthodontics into my practice for more than 20. I...

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How SMART resolutions lead to brighter futures

As the new year starts to unfold, many of us take this opportunity to start fresh and look towards our goals  and objectives for the year ahead. If your goal...

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What is the recommended wear time for Invisalign clear aligners?

The Invisalign® clear aligners are usually worn 20 to 22 hours a day and changed every week.  Although there are some exceptions (there are always some!), it is the protocol...

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Is it time to change?

The last few years have made us all experience human, social, family, and professional changes that we could never have imagined. For us dentists, before it all started, wearing a...

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Which scanners can you use with Invisalign?

There is not one week, one day, that I don't receive that question from a colleague: "Which scanners are compatible with Invisalign?" Is it only the iTero, owned by Align,...

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How and when to use bite ramps

Bite ramps were introduced with the Invisalign® G5 protocol. But what do they do exactly? How to use them properly and to make sure they help us in our cases instead of working against what we are trying to do?!

Learn all about it in this educational bolg post.

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What are the effects of force on teeth?

Do you know the 4 reactions of a tooth to force?

Orthodontic tooth movement is a process in which the application of a force induces bone resorption on the pressure side and bone apposition on the tension side. Thus, conventional tooth movement results from biological cascades of resorption and apposition caused by mechanical forces.

When we apply a force on teeth, what kind of movement are we producing? Learn all about it in this educational blog post.

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What can clear aligners do for me?

Clear aligners are here to stay! It is not something of the future anymore, but it is actual digital dentistry. But what can they really do for you? Well... This is not the right question to ask. The right question is: what can YOU do with clear aligners?!

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