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Lake Minnetonka Orthodontics is a leading Twin Cities orthodontic practice with three offices conveniently located in Minnetonka, Wayzata and Excelsior. We have over 70 years of experience and utilize the latest technological advancements in the industry. Lake Minnetonka Orthodontics specializes in orthodontic treatment.
Teenagers can be very self-conscious and having either crooked teeth or braces to treat them, can both have a harsh effect on their self-esteem. Now with advancements in orthodontic treatment and the introduction of clear braces, those worries can be left behind and teens can achieve a perfect smile without having to sacrifice their look in doing so. We also offer other options for teen braces and teeth alignment, both clear and traditional. Schedule an appointment with us to determine the best option for your teen.
The holidays are fast upon us and you know what that means, right? The family holiday photo. An event you tend to dread every year, but this year in particular because now you are wearing braces.
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Posted in Blog. Here are some tips for taking great pictures with your braces. The following tips will help you look great in pictures during the time you have braces.
Have you been told that your child needs braces, or do you think that they might? These include traditional metal braces as well as more modern styles like Invisalign invisible braces. But what do braces for kids cost?
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