To remove the plaque that can build up quickly in their crevices, braces need to be cleaned thoroughly on a regular basis. An electric toothbrush can make brushing your teeth with braces easier and more effective.
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Your teeth and mouth will likely feel somewhat sore if you’ve just started with your braces treatment, or if you’ve recently had you braces tightened. This discomfort normally lasts for about a week, and it can be hard to eat during this time! Here are some tips to make it easier.
If you have braces, it's possible that one of the wires may become loose during your orthodontic treatment. If this happens, make an appointment with your orthodontist. Meanwhile, here’s what to do.
While children's teeth, jaws, and mouths are still developing, an orthodontist has the opportunity to identify issues that could become more serious problems later on, and begin to treatment early, to head them off. This type of treatment is called Phase I (or early interceptive) treatment.
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