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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 »

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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