Announcing our KM Bike Draw!

Summer is here, time to enjoy your favourite outdoor activities. Dr. Morrow is an avid cyclist and loves to spend his time racking up kilometres on his bike in the summer. In honour of Dr. Morrow’s passion, we are hosting a draw for July and one for August. Guess how many kilometres Dr. Morrow will bike in July, and how many in August. Enter your guess by emailing us at One winner will be announced for July and one winner for August for a Yorkdale gift card. Be sure to enter before the end of the month for July!

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Types of Braces | Blog

Thanks to modern technology, there are several options now when it comes to orthodontic treatments. While traditional metal braces are still quite popular, many people are also interested in clear braces. There are also some removable appliance options that are suitable for minor teeth misalignments.

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Why Choose Invisalign?

Invisalign is a modern orthodontic treatment that moves your teeth into the desired position using clear aligners or “trays”. These trays are made from a resilient body-safe plastic material and are customized to fit your teeth. At York Mills Orthodontics, we have been providing Invisalign treatment for our patients regularly for several years. Here are some reasons why you may want to consider clear aligners as potential option:

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Life During Orthodontic Treatment

Most orthodontic treatments last for a period of time, which is dependent on the individual case. As a result, orthodontic patients require some lifestyle changes to achieve the best results. At York Mills Orthodontics, we always make sure our patients understand these lifestyle changes before they undergo the treatment so that they can achieve the best results. Here’s a brief introduction to how orthodontic treatments can impact your life:

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10 Tips for Living With Braces

10 Tips for Living with Braces!

The truth is that life with braces is different, but it doesn’t have to be difficult! At York Mills Orthodontics we are here to help make your treatment as seamless and as comfortable as possible, while giving you the results you want! Like any major change, the process will be easier as you go along. We’ve got some tips to make your new lifestyle as easy as possible from our friends at the Canadian Association of Orthodontists:

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Deep Bite, Explained!

Most commonly, patients seek orthodontic treatment for “crowding” or “crooked teeth”. During the consultation process, they are surprised to hear terms such as “deep bite” or “overbite” corrections. A deep bite is a type of malocclusion where there upper front teeth excessively overlap the bottom teeth (when the jaw is closed). A deep bite can be an aesthetic concern for some patients, however its presence means that there are other problems that should be addressed as well.

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