• Planning for an Event? Don’t Forget Your Smile.

  • Getting ready for a wedding can take a year or more.

    According to RealSimple here is the list of what should be done 16 to 9 months before the wedding date:

    • Start a wedding folder or binder.
    • Work out your budget.
    • Pick your wedding party.
    • Start the guest list.
    • Reserve your date and venues.
    • Book your officiant.
    • Research photographers, bands, florists and caterers.

    hawaii-731065_640Recently, we have noticed one of the preparations brides as well as grooms are making.  This is improving their smile through orthodontic care.

    Weddings are a historic event. Photos and videos will be kept forever. Brides and grooms want the smiles saved there to be the best possible.

    Contributing to this trend is the growing popularity of TV makeover shows.  Here there is the ability to get dramatic results in a short period of time.

    Dr. Croft at Columbia Orthodontics knows how to create great smiles on those preparing to get married. Marriage is going to be a new life with new things to smile about. Why not have a new smile, too?

    We have so many state-of-the-art braces choices that will be a great fit for you and your lifestyle.  We can get you ready for that special day.

    Since each individual is different, a complimentary initial consultation will help determine if the patient is a good candidate and will be ready in time for the big day. In some cases, even if the prescribed Orthodontic treatment isn’t completed by the wedding day, practically invisible aligners can be removed for photos.

    If you have been thinking about changing your smile, please, give us a call.  We can accommodate you at one of our three convenient locations.

    We are at Salmon Creek, Cascade Park and Battle Ground. See directions to our offices.

    Call today 360 883-3800.

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