Serving Calgary, Cochrane, Airdrie and Nearby Areas of Alberta
If you’re a fan of beauty pageants, you know one of the hallmarks of a winning look is a dazzling smile. Beauty pageant contestants make flawless look easy, especially when it comes to their smiles. But have you ever wondered how they do it?
Your first Invisalign® consultation is an exciting day. On that day, you will find out whether this clear, virtually invisible teeth-straightening option is right for you. No matter what your wishes, Dr. Gordon Chee is personally committed to making sure you find the most effective treatment to match your goals.
Invisalign® straightens your teeth without braces, but is it the best choice for you? Every dental treatment has benefits and drawbacks, and experienced dentist Dr. Gordon Chee looks forward to discussing your teeth-straightening options with you. Below, find some of the main pros and cons of Invisalign®.
As an adult a young adult considering Invisalign®, you may have a number of questions about the treatment. Experienced Calgary dentist Dr. Gordon Chee is personally committed to helping you achieve the smile of your dreams. Whether Invisalign or another option is right for you, he will make sure all of your questions are answered.
If you are a good candidate for Invisalign®, you can enjoy the benefits of straightening your teeth with removable aligners:
Invisalign® offers an attractive alternative to braces for many of our patients in Calgary. If you want to align your teeth and bite without diminishing your look with cumbersome metal brackets, Invisalign® might be a suitable option for you.
Invisalign® is a popular treatment at our Calgary office. In determining your Invisalign® candidacy, Dr. Chee will evaluate the forces that move your teeth, measure your bite, and determine the optimal solution for bringing it into alignment.
Protruding teeth, commonly called “buck teeth,” are positioned farther forward than the surrounding teeth. Although buck teeth can be a source of self-consciousness and embarrassment, Alberta dentist Dr. Gordon Chee can recommend numerous esthetic dentistry solutions to help you look your best.
“Buck” teeth may be due to genetic factors or crowding of the teeth. Whatever reason, the condition can lead to issues with speaking and eating, not to mention the esthetic issues that can diminish self-confidence.