start loving you smile book

“Start Loving Your Smile” – By Dr. Edward Murdoch

The Insider’s Guide To Orthodontic Care

Your child’s smile is important. Poorly aligned teeth or jaws can affect your child growing up around peers and even into his or her careers as they age. Significant medical problems, such as chronic migraines, gum disease and infections can occur due to the lack of a straight smile as well. So, What’s the solution? Where does an orthodontist come into play?

This book will teach you all you need to know about the inner workings and recommendations of an orthodontist, including:

  • Signs you or your child need to see an orthodontist
  • How orthodontic treatment can impact your life
  • What you can expect from your initial consultation and exam
  • The best treatment options for you or your child

There is nothing more joyful than a child’s smile – learn what you can do to help achieve a great smile they can carry forever!

Enjoy This Sample From Dr. Murdoch’s Book…

So, first, the best thing to do is make certain you get all your questions answered by the orthodontist and the practice’s advocate. Don’t hold back. Be assertive. Don’t feel you have to be deferential to the doctor! My own goal in this is to have every patient and every patient’s parent fully knowledgeable about every aspect of the treatment so that they have zero anxiety.

Second, visit,, or These are professional organizations who provide carefully curated, vetted, authoritative, accurate, and understandable patient and parent information. These can definitely help you decide on the questions you want answers to.

Finally, ask around. I’d suspect there are a few of your friends, colleagues, and acquaintances who have a friend or family member in orthodontic treatment at our office. Drill them with questions on their experiences, thoughts and feelings about our office.

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