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Sabari Orthodontics
Canada

Dr. Shalev Sabari and the Sabari Orthodontic team strive to provide you outstanding customer service and individualized patient care in a spa-like atmosphere. Dr. Sabari's treatment philosophy is centered around patient education. He will take the time to explain your treatment options to you and help you make an informed decision. Dr. Sabari is a Certified Specialist in Orthodontics, specialized in treating children, teens and adults. He is an Invisalign Certified Provider. All consultations are free of charge.

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