Insignia®

Insignia®

Computer Generated Custom Braces

Insignia braces are custom designed from a 3-D treatment plan made just for you.

Insignia is a computerized system that uses digital treatment planning with custom-made brackets and wires customized to your specific dental anatomy. Insignia enhances your orthodontic experience by using these customized appliances based on the treatment plan created by your doctor. Since treatment is completely personalized, treatment time is often reduced and more efficient.

We are proud to offer Insignia.

Like fingerprints, your smile is unique. And so is Insignia, a computerized system that combines digital treatment planning with specially made brackets and wires tailored to your specific dental anatomy.

The process is simple. Following an initial examination, Dr. Bales will take an impression of your teeth for the Insignia smile design lab. Sophisticated imaging software then creates a 3-D representation of your bite while braces and wires are custom-fabricated with your exact prescription.

Insignia treatment is tailored to the individual patient. Each aspect is precisely calculated to affect tooth movement in the most optimal way, resulting in fewer office visits and exceptional comfort. And because treatment is 100% personalized, patients often see a reduction in the amount of time they would ordinarily wear braces.

Insignia is ideal for everyone – from the adult with the hectic schedule to the teen who wants to be out of braces and on with their smile.

A Certified Specialist

Insignia orthodontists are members of a select group who have undergone additional training and certification to provide the best patient care available and the perfect smile for you.

Ask your specialist how you can benefit from Insignia. It’s never too late to surpass your greatest expectations!

Member of Canadian Dental AssociationCanadian Association of OrthodontistsMember of American Association of OrthosontistsMember of Manitoba Dental AssociationMember of Toastmasters InternationalRoyal College of District of Canada