Sierra Smiles Dentistry by John Bocchi, D.D.S - 5465 Kietzke Ln - Reno, NV 89511 - (775) 786-1911
At Sierra Smiles, we care more about smiles than anyone we know. Here is ANOTHER reason to love your smile!! Take this with you today and use it!!
Our team was happy to congratulate Will, who stopped by the office to pick up his new iPad! We want to thank EVERYONE for taking the time to share your thoughts and opinions on our practice. We are truly blessed to have such a fantastic support base!
For the second year in a row, Dr. Bocchi has been recognized as “Best Dentist” in Northern Nevada! Thank you to all of our patients who voted, we will continue to provide the best care possible to everyone at Sierra Smiles!
The Invisalign trays went on very easily and I could immediately feel the pressure on my teeth. I knew they were working right away moving my teeth to their final destination. At that moment the curiosity set in. How the heck do I get these off? Is it normal to have a bit space within the tray and my teeth? Dr. Bocchi assured me I would be a pro at taking off the trays in no time and that it is normal to have a small space inside the trays. Dr. Bocchi placed small “buttons” on my teeth that will act as the anchors to allow the trays to move my teeth in the right direction. After taking a final look, Dr. Bocchi sent me on my way. The whole process took about an hour. I walked out the door thinking…”Wow, I am going to have straight teeth”.
My wife and I had dinner plans the same evening with some friends, and we all beat her to the restaurant. I showed our friends, who could barely see my aligners even when I was pointing right at them. We decided to see how long it would take my wife to notice my invisible braces. We sat and talked for 20 minutes before she finally remembered to ask me how it went! She hadn’t noticed my Invisalign trays at all! They really are inconspicuous. The only thing that gives them away are the buttons on my top canine teeth, which protrude ever so slightly. But my wife had to squint to see the aligners. After we had a few laughs, we went around the table and ordered food and drink. I wondered if I could drink wine with my aligners in. My wife ordered a glass, and I took a sip.
Tune in to the next installment of Scott’s Invisalign Journal for more!
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Office: (775) 786-1911
Address: 5465 Kietzke Lane
Reno, NV 89511
I feel like I'm in excellent hands. Everyone is a pleasure to be around. The cutting edge equipment is reassuring, and your new office rocks!
— P. Facciolla