Around the Globe With Dr. Suzanne Bird

By Dr. Suzanne Bird Each day, I have the privilege of improving the smiles of my patients forever, enhancing the quality of their lives. This is very rewarding with children and teens who require treatment early on to prevent future problems. Being able to look out for them now and step in as soon as possible makes this the best …

A Day In The Life … At Braces By Bird

By Dr. Suzanne Bird At Braces By Bird, all of us are dedicated to improving our patients’ overall health, as well as self-confidence. We realize a beautiful smile has many positive impacts – ones that go beyond the superficial and touch all aspects of one’s life. None of it would be possible without our friendly and well-trained team members! Smiles …

Our Unique Pets And Their Unique Stories

By Dr. Suzanne Bird With a last name like Bird, you’d think I might be the proud owner of a parrot, or some other cute and colourful feathery friend… Well … the name doesn’t match the pet this time around! Meet Otto and Henry … Otto is our three-year-old cockapoo and Henry is our labradoodle puppy. Since the second grade, …

Family Time Is My Favorite Time

By Dr. Suzanne Bird I feel like I’m part of three families – my dental team, my patients, and my own! And all three positive relationships greatly enhance my life in different ways. The journey just wouldn’t be the same without you by my side! In this blog, I’m going to give you a peek into my family life. I’m …

Dr. Bird’s Entertainment List

By Dr. Suzanne Bird Between helping patients, learning and spending time with family (and dogs Otto and Henry!), there isn’t a whole lot of free ti­me in my busy schedule. However, when I find it, I squeeze in some (unconventional) reading, watching films, and live entertainment. My top picks and my musical tastes? My favorite movie is Rio. This 3D …

The Road To Dentistry & Life In The South

By Dr. Suzanne Bird At an early age, some people know exactly what they want to be when they “grow up.” Some have their path all mapped out in high school. I wasn’t one of those students. When I was in college studying biomedical engineering and biomechanics, I decided to become an orthodontist. The combination of medical and engineering knowledge …