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New Zealand Association of Orthodontists

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Description: Society for board certified orthodontists in New Zealand.
Welcome to the New Zealand Association of Orthodontists website Invest in a smile from a specialist Orthodontists specialise in straightening teeth, making them bite together properly and creating a great smile. If you or your child needs treatment, look for our logo – the New Zealand Association of Orthodontists (NZAO) – the professional organisation committed to ensuring you receive specialist orthodontic care.
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Page title:Welcome to the New Zealand Association of Orthodontists website
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Description:An orthodontist is a dentist who has completed an additional two to three years of full-time, specialised university education in orthodontics.


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