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Holiday Blog Entry

To all our patients and their families,

I wanted to take this opportunity to personally wish you all HAPPY HOLIDAYS! You are all truly wonderful and inspiring. It has been an absolute pleasure to work with you all. Also, a big thank you to those of you who have referred family and friends over the past year, we are sincerely appreciative.

The 2014 year was a busy year for us as we introduced some exciting changes:

A New Website!

We launched a new website: http://WestsideSmiles.ca in June with a new look and feel that I think better reflects our approach to orthodontics – personalized treatment with the use of new and tested technologies in a fun and family friendly environment.

Our Growing Online Community

We are also extremely excited about our new Facebook Page and are having a lot of fun with it (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Westside-Orthodontics/133784150025758). Our Facebook page has allowed us to connect with you in a more convenient way as we don’t always have enough time to share tips and information during your appointments. Here, we offer on-going dental and orthodontic tips, office announcements, patient features and fun and uplifting content designed to keep you smiling and inspired! Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google+ for our latest developments.

Custom Made Mouthguards On Site

Using our iTero Scanner, we have moved away from messy traditional mouth molds to taking digital images. This technology has also allowed us to create custom mouthguards in-house for various patients involved in contact sports. We now create mouthguards for kids and adults! Need a mouthguard, or know someone who might need one? Ask us for details at your next appointment.

Wishing you a wonderful Holiday season and we look forward to seeing you in 2015! Our offices will reopen on January 6th, 2015.

Keep smiling!!

Sincerely,

Dr. Colleen Adams and the Westside Orthodontics Team

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