Congratulations on taking the first step toward an endeavour that can transform your life.
Orthodontic treatment can be a life changing experience for children, teenagers and adults. We don’t want to overstate the impact of orthodontic treatment but let's face it, our smile and oral health plays an enormous role in how the world perceives us and how we perceive ourselves. Beginning orthodontic treatment is not always an easy decision for a variety of reasons, so our website is designed to be more educational than solicitous.
Many of our patients first discover our practice through our website and we find that most of them decide to undergo treatment with us because of the information and education that we provide. There is a great deal of detailed information in each section, as well as a lengthy list of FAQs. Whether you're researching braces, Invisalign treatment, cleft palate surgery, or any other orthodontic treatment, you should have no trouble finding it. If you can not find the information you are seeking, feel free to contact us directly to speak with one of our terrific team members.
Our treatment philosophy focuses on early intervention. Why? Because an early start helps us to create a better environment for your child's permanent teeth. We keep things fun and involve our patients in their treatment process so they are comfortable every step of the way.
If you have a child with a cleft palate, Dr. Pocock will work closely with you, your family and the Cleft Palate team at BC Children's Hospital to provide support and specialized treatment for your child.
North Shore Orthodontist Dr. Paul Pocock was just 13 and living in Wales when he attended a job fair. One career stood out - Dentistry.
Wearing a mouthguard is really important if you play contact sports. You’ve all heard about all the stuff going on recently about concussions and especially repeated concussions and the brain disease that can ensue from that.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do braces hurt? Would an adult patient benefit from orthodontics? What does Phase I and Phase II Treatment mean?