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Welcome to our webpage! Impact Orthodontics is owned and operated by Dr. Jennifer Smith (Dr. Jen). Dr. Jen knows that when it comes to orthodontists in Calgary, you have many choices. We want you to know that we value each and every patient that walks through our doors. We are truly honored that patients travel from all areas of Calgary (and as far away as Red Deer and B.C.) to be treated at Impact Orthodontics.
When talking to and meeting orthodontists in Calgary it is important to consider many things. Below, I have listed just a few points that may be wise to keep in mind.
Your relationship with your orthodontist is different than any other dentist relationship you may have. Your Calgary orthodontist will want to see you regularly and likely over a period of several years. Whether you have invisible braces, Invisalign, traditional braces or retainers, most Calgary orthodontists will build a long-lasting relationship with you. At Impact Orthodontics, as well as most orthodontists in Calgary, initial consultations are always free. Dr. Jen feels it is important to meet your future Calgary orthodontist and their team members before you decide where to begin care. It is difficult to change offices mid-treatment so you want to be sure you are happy with the Calgary orthodontist you have chosen.
Orthodontists In Calgary
A simple Google search of “orthodontists Calgary” or “Calgary orthodontists” will yield a wealth of fantastic webpages. There is an incredible amount of information on these pages so it is wise to decide ahead of time what is important to you when searching for “orthodontists in Calgary” or “Calgary orthodontist”. For some people location, convenience, male vs. female doctor rank at the top of the list. For others it will be the latest technologies such as invisible braces, clear braces or Invisalign.
It is important to note that when you are searching for “orthodontists Calgary” you are searching for certified dental specialists in orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics. These are dentists that went on to complete 2-3 years of post-graduate training in orthodontics and often completed a Master’s degree as well. The difference from a general dentist that does orthodontics is that orthodontics is the only thing that we do and not simply a piece of what we do.
Good luck on your search for your orthodontist!! Dr. Jen hopes that you and/or your family choose a provider you trust and that you will enjoy working with on your journey towards a beautiful smile!
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