Average Invisalign Treatment Times: 2022 Results

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Studies say average Invisalign treatment lasts 17.2 months. Average Invisalign treatment for patients at Dr. Peter Brawn is only 7.7 months. See how to get your Invisalign smile in half the time.
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Dr. Peter Brawn has a new address!

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Starting in April 2021, we are seeing patients at our new Invisalign orthodontic office in Vancouver – near Granville Island.
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How to Get Straight Teeth During a Pandemic

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Originally published on Vita Daily, September 16, 2020 So much has changed since COVID-19 struck, including how we care for our smile. A trip to the dentist to get healthier, straighter teeth looks much different than it did a few months ago, so we chatted with Dr. Peter Brawn, whose Vancouver-based dental practice is focused on accelerated Invisalign treatment, about what
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COVID-19 Update

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To help prevent the transmission of all respiratory infections, including COVID-19, we adhere to standardized infection control measures, such as performing thorough hand washing and the use of medical grade hand sanitizer. We follow Canadian Dental Association-approved sterilization and disinfection protocols by applying a Health Canada-registered, hospital-grade disinfectant, that has the highest effective rate against coronaviruses. While our office already adheres to these standard precautions, we are implementing some new procedures that have been recommended by the college of dental surgeons to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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