A list with some of the most common problems that occur while undergoing orthodontic treatment.
Patients wearing fixed orthodontic braces are almost three times as likely to suffer from some sort of dental ill than their counterparts without braces. This is partially due to the fact that orthodontic appliances have some negative characteristics that demineralize teeth, and may damage your enamel, but the other half of it is that patients just do not know how to properly care for teeth that are in braces.
If you are thinking of starting an orthodontic treatment, it is useful to know as much about braces as possible before getting them, as they will be on your teeth for quite some time. Here are 10 things that frequently confound patients, or that they wish they would have known before getting braces.
With so many different kinds of braces on the market, sometimes it is hard to figure out which one is the best option, or if it is an option for solving the current orthodontic problems you may be facing. To help make things easier, this article will tell you all there is to know about removable braces, one of the many kinds of orthodontic devices used in both adult and paediatric medicine to correct the bite. Read on and find out if removable braces are right for you!
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