April 2014 - Cory Liss Orthodontics

Orthodontic Treatment in Calgary – Customized For You

Orthodontists in Calgary just love to make you smile – and spend many hours creating customized treatment plans that correct the unique bite and skeletal concerns that each patient presents with. NW Calgary and Airdrie Orthodontist – Cory Liss – focuses on designing treatment solutions that not only give patients stunning smiles but does so with minimum discomfort and appointment requirements.

Invisalign in Calgary

Invisalign’s comfortable BPA-free plastic aligners are custom made to address your unique orthodontic needs. Using the iTero 3D digital scanner to capture an image of your teeth and gums – Invisalign then fabricates a series of retainers (appliances) to meet your Orthodontists treatment specifications. Approximately every two weeks you will wear a new set of aligners – gradually moving teeth and creating a beautiful smile. You can take the aligners out to eat, brush and floss, and for sports events when you have to wear a sportsguard.

Are You Giving Your Teeth What They Need

NW Calgary Orthodontic team – Cory Liss Orthodontics – are all about creating beautiful smiles using trusted teeth straightening systems like Damon Braces, Invisalign, and InSignia – and along with the use of proven technology, and the assistance of 3D imaging and digital impressions, this Calgary and Airdrie Orthodontic office makes sure that patients’ smiles are the best they can be by ensuring that patients are aware of dental dietary needs.

Have a Head Cold? Make Sure Your Teeth Aren’t Suffering Too

This NW Calgary Orthodontist explains that your mouth can take a beating during a head cold due to the proximity to the sinuses, inner ears and throat. It’s very common for patients to complain of toothache when they have a cold – this is because teeth in the upper arch often feel discomfort that is related to sinus congestion. The good news is that the throbbing pain in your teeth doesn’t mean you need dental treatment – but it does mean that you have to take extra care to keep your mouth and teeth healthy; and that includes your orthodontic braces.