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Nice Bite Orthodontics is a unique practice where excellent orthodontic treatment is provided in a fun, caring and friendly environment.
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Orthodontics Strathfield - Braces Bankstown - Invisalign Ryde - Nice Bite

Dr. Divya Sriram is an orthodontist in Strathfield providing orthodontic treatment, including clear braces, braces for adults and children, and Invisalign.
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Nice Bite Orthodontics is a unique practice where excellent orthodontic treatment is provided in a fun, caring and friendly environment. At Nice Bite Orthodontics our entire team is committed to helping you achieve the best possible result. Our doctor and staff are highly qualified and have many years of experience in Orthodontics. We provide an environment that is caring and friendly and aim to provide a personalised service for our patients. We pride ourselves for our efficient time management and endeavour to have the time you have spend with us be mutually convenient.
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Braces aren't just for kids - The Tennessean

Braces aren't just for kids - The Tennessean | Nice Bite Orthodontics | Scoop.it
Braces aren't just for kids
The Tennessean
Most adults will need braces for 12-24 months, and many of my adult patients choose Invisalign, which costs about 20 percent more, but provides excellent results and are practically invisible.
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Are CBCT images necessary prior to orthodontic treatment?

Are CBCT images necessary prior to orthodontic treatment? | Nice Bite Orthodontics | Scoop.it

Taking cone-beam CT (CBCT) scans prior to orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning is warranted for patients with unerupted teeth or severe root resorption, according to a new study in the American Journal of Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics (May 2013, Vol. 143:5, pp. 665-674).

 

 


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