Straighten Your Teeth Invisibly! Do you wish to straighten your teeth without others being aware of the fact that you are wearing braces? We offer "Incognito Braces" - braces that are placed behind (on the tongue side) of your teeth! This state-of-the-art orthodontic treatment is available at our office. Call us for more information.
Another way to straighten your teeth without wearing regular braces is with Invisalign. Your teeth are straightened using a series of invisible, removable plastic aligners.
We have seen the difference a healthy smile can make in a patient's life, improving confidence and self-esteem for children and adults alike. With integrated advanced digital radiography and computer analysis, we provide the right diagnosis to bring out the smile within.
Each and every person on Dr. Milne's team is highly trained and committed to helping each patient's smile become all that it can be.
Bootstrap 4 has been noted as one of the most reliable and proven frameworks and Mobirise has been equipped to develop websites using this framework.
Straighten your teeth invisibly by having braces behind your teeth.
Clear removable aligner trays straighten your teeth without braces.
We want to be certain your experience with us is excellent, which is why we offer late appointments on Tuesday evenings, as well as a shuttle service during school hours for students who cannot otherwise get a ride to our office.
Dr. Milne's team has reserved your appointment time specifically for you. If you need to reschedule an appointment, please give us a minimum of 24 hours notice so that we can use that time to help another patient. Keeping on top of your scheduled appointments for your treatment plan set by Dr. Milne, is important to helping you find your smile.
Keeping on top of your scheduled appointments for your treatment plan set by Dr. Milne is important to helping you achieve great results in a timely manner. Missing appointments can and often will prolong your treatment unnecessarily.
Call us any time to book your complimentary consultation and learn if orthodontic treatment is right for you. We look forward to meeting you!
True orthodontic emergencies are very rare, but when they do occur we are here for you. As a general rule, you should call the office when you experience severe pain or when you have a painful appliance problem that you can't take care of yourself. We'll be able to quickly schedule an appointment to fix the problem. You might be surprised to learn that you may be able to temporarily solve many problems yourself until you schedule an appointment with our office. When working with your appliances, you need to know the names of the parts of your appliances so you are able to identify what part is broken or out of place. After alleviating your discomfort, it is very important that you still call our office as soon as possible to schedule a time to repair the problem. Allowing your appliance to remain damaged for an extended period of time may result in disruptions in your treatment plan.
Sometimes discomfort caused by a wire on your braces can be resolved by moving the wire away from the irritated area with a cotton swab or eraser. If the wire will not move, try covering the end with a piece of orthodontic wax. If the wire is still painful, you can cut the wire with nail clippers or small scissors that have been washed and cleaned in alcohol.
If your bracket or band is still attached to the wire, you should leave it in place and put wax on it. If the wire or bracket comes out entirely, bring these pieces with you when you come in for your emergency appointment.
Using tweezers, try to place your wire back into place. If doing this and using wax doesn't help, as a last resort use a small fingernail clipper to clip the wire behind the last tooth to which it is securely fastened. If your discomfort continues, place wax on it.
If your appliance is poking you, place wax on the offending part of your appliance.
We strive to help every patient feel the confidence and joy that comes from finding the smile within, through a personal treatment plan specific to them. We offer a number of payment options to best fit your financial requirements. For more information, contact our office.
A Canadian Association of Orthodontists Insurance Predetermination will be completed before we start treatment. Your job is to submit this form to your insurance carrier(s) to determine what portion of your treatment is covered. We do not bill or receive payment from the insurance company; we invoice and receive payment from our patients or parents of patients directly. Your payment receipt will then need to be submitted to the insurance company for reimbursement.
We accept cash, certified cheque, Visa, MasterCard, debit, and automatic payments from your bank for your convenience.