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Category Archives: Spark Aligners

What Are the Differences Between Mail-Order Aligners and Aligners from My Orthodontist?

La Habra/Chino Hills, CA – Clear aligner therapy (CAT) is gaining in popularity as an orthodontic treatment option. Who doesn’t love the idea of a treatment that is clear, comfortable, and removable? Just as with anything else, it’s important to do proper research before moving forward with aligner therapy.  Since we live in a world where… Read more »

Why Can’t I Eat and Drink with My Aligners In?

La Habra/Chino Hills, CA – Clear aligners are a wonderful orthodontic treatment option for many patients. Patients love that they are clear, comfortable and removable. But how often will you really be removing your aligners? Can’t you just eat and drink with the aligners in like you would if you have braces? “Unfortunately, patients should not… Read more »

How Often Should I Change Rubber Bands?
How Often Should I Change Rubber Bands?

La Habra/Chino Hills, CA – During the course of orthodontic treatment, your orthodontist may prescribe the use of rubber bands. These rubber bands are an important component of your treatment plan because they can help your orthodontist achieve certain movements that are not possible with your… Read more »

Chewing Gum and Braces – What You Need to Know
Chewing Gum and Braces – What You Need to Know

La Habra/Chino Hills, CA – Adjusting to life with braces can take a bit of time. Not only are you getting used to having a bunch of brackets and wires in your mouth, you also have to adjust your diet. Staying away from foods that are… Read more »

What Are Supernumerary Teeth?
What Are Supernumerary Teeth?

La Habra/Chino Hills, CA – The journey to a perfect smile often involves navigating through various dental conditions and treatment options. One intriguing aspect of dental anomalies is supernumerary teeth, a phenomenon where individuals develop more teeth than the usual set. This condition can pose challenges… Read more »

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