Mark Weiser, DDS
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Free. In the Greater Houston area, we have dental imaging centers. All patients are referred to an imaging center for their Orthodontic records. These include: digital scans for models (no more need for impressions), photographs, and a lateral cephalometric x-ray. The records are free as well.
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: BS, Physics, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL, 1982
Dental: DDS, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, 1987
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I have to respectfully disagree with Dr. Thompson. I have been providing comprehensive orthodontics for over 23 years. I took the first Invisalign... READ MORE
It's never a problem as long as the aligner fits. If it doesn't, teeth have moved and you'll need a new set of aligners going forward. As an aside, I... READ MORE
Given everything you have described (acceptable canine and molar occlusion), then SmileCareClub is a great solution. READ MORE
Should I transfer from a dentist to an orthodontist or give up on correcting my teeth? I have my box of all 25 trays (Photo)
Even with Clear Aligners, one can get good maxillary expansion to create enough space for the severe crowding you have. This requires moving the... READ MORE
Your clear aligners can double as whitening trays. All you need to do is add whitening gel inside your aligners. The whitening material is not... READ MORE
Implants do not move when subjected to orthodontic forces--clear aligners or otherwise. So, one has to treatment plan around the implant--if at all... READ MORE
No buttons or attachments are needed if doing SmileCareClub clear aligner treatment. In my experience, I have found no need, even in my practice. READ MORE
I have to respectfully disagree with Dr. Drut. I have been practicing orthodontics for over 23 years. I took the first Invisalign course in 1999. I... READ MORE
I would go with clear aligners. Also, consider why that space is there. Assuming your canines are where they belong, then it is possible that your... READ MORE
Without looking at a full array of standard orthodontic photographs, it is difficult to tell. I have seen a number of cases where the canines and... READ MORE
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