La Habra Office : 562-690-1199
Chino Hills Office : 909-393-9911

2250 West Whittier Blvd. Suite 200, La Habra, CA 90631

15944 Los Serranos Country Club Dr #100, Chino Hills, CA 91709

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What Role do Elastics (Rubber Bands) Play in Orthodontics?

Braces are a rite of passage for many adolescents, and standard metal braces are still a commonly used option – both for their efficiency and effectiveness. For some patients who use traditional bracket and wire braces, tiny rubber bands or elastics may be required to provide the right pressure to guide your teeth to their… Read more »

What Happens at Your Initial Orthodontic/Braces Consultation?

La Habra/Chino Hills, CA – If you are just starting your orthodontic journey, you probably have a lot of questions. We encourage potential orthodontic patients to do their research, and to learn more by scheduling initial consultation appointments. These appointments are free of charge, and let patients gather information and get to know the office they… Read more »

Will Clear Aligners Give Me Bad Breath
Will Clear Aligners Give Me Bad Breath

Chino Hills/ La Habra, CA – No one wants to be in an embarrassing situation where you’re trying to hide a case of bad breath. So how can you avoid unwanted attention during your clear aligner treatment? Follow this advice from Dr. Robert Gire who works… Read more »

Oh No – I Think My Gums Are Swollen!
Oh No – I Think My Gums Are Swollen!

La Habra/Chino Hills, CA – Getting your mouth used to braces can take a bit of time. Having metal pieces in your mouth 24 hours a day can sometimes cause a bit of irritation, especially in the first days and weeks. But if you notice your… Read more »

What’s the Best Option for Closing the Gap Between Teeth?
What’s the Best Option for Closing the Gap Between Teeth?

La Habra/Chino Hills, CA – Some people embrace the gaps in their smiles. Where would Madonna or Michael Strahan be without those famous and instantly recognizable smiles? But not everyone is happy about gap-toothed smiles and for a good reason. Diastemas, or gaps in teeth, may… Read more »

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