Greetings from Canada

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SandySam
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Greetings from Canada

#1 Post by SandySam » Sat Aug 04, 2012 8:21 pm

Hi there - thought I'd introduce myself. My name is Sandy well... let's just say I'm an adult. I'm from New York, but currently doing some traveling in Canada.

While up here, I went to a dentist friend of mine who suggested that I consider visiting an orthodontist for my overbite and my teeth crowding. Always thought my teeth were ok, but I guess it takes a professional to really tell you what's up. I made some appointments with some orthodontists and they say I'm a good candidate for invisalign... which brings me to these forums.

Trying to get up to speed up quickly as possible and figuring out if I should do it in canada or back home.

It's been an emotional ride for sure and I'm still not sure if I should get braces.. :(

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Greenman
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Re: Greetings from Canada

#2 Post by Greenman » Sun Aug 05, 2012 4:10 am

Hi Sandy. Welcome to the forum. There is plenty of info on here to help you make up your mind. I have Invisalign and I am really happy with it.
Paul
My Blog: The Invisalign Challenge http://theinvisalignchallenge.blogspot.com.au
Can Invisalign fix gap, buck, crooked, twisted, crowned teeth?

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SandySam
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Re: Greetings from Canada

#3 Post by SandySam » Sun Aug 05, 2012 11:12 am

Thanks paul! Your blog was one of the ones that I discovered before I got here and it's been really helpful seeing your pgoress so far. I hope you keep it up even after your treatment is over.

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