It really depends on your particular case. Lingual braces, which are applied to the back of your teeth and therefore mostly unseen, will straighten your teeth just as effectively as normal braces, but lingual braces cost much more, because they're harder to work with and require more customization than normal braces. Your best bet is to speak to an orthodontist, like Dr. Yakov Eisenberger in Brooklyn, to find out which makes more sense for you… Read More
Lingual braces are placed on the back side of your teeth. So, they are called as hidden braces. From: http://bracesprices.net/lingual-braces/lingual-braces-go-unnoticed/
No, they don't hurt, Lingual Braces are hidden behind the teeth, thus may cause irritation on your tongue and uncomfortable in the beginning. They are customized braces and are very effective in most of the cases, your orthodontic treatment is hidden from others.
The difference between lingual braces and traditional braces is that they sit behind your teeth so that nobody will see them unless you want them to
Yes, you can have braces on the inside part of your teeth, they're called lingual braces.
Yes, Lingual Braces.
Yes, she got braces put on the back side of her teeth, called lingual braces, in 2006.
Actually, she still has them. She got braces put on the back side of her teeth, called lingual braces, in 2006.
any age can have braces startimg at n10 i think
The few main types of braces are : -Standard metal braces -color braces - clear braces -top clear bottom colored -lingual braces (placed behind your teeth)
Which is better' lingual dental braces that are placed on the inside of the teeth or the clear ceramic dental braces?
Lingual dental braces are the preferred option for people who want their braces to be truly invisible. The biggest drawback of lingual braces is that they can be uncomfortable and result in cuts and sores in your tongue. Speaking can be difficult at first too. On the other hand, ceramic braces are less visible and look more natural than metal braces, as they blend in with the teeth. Ceramic dental braces do not stain, and… Read More
lingual braces: back of the teeth braces ceramic braces: less noticeable and they are "clear" in color invisaligns: clear retainers that you wear to straighten teeth
Invisible braces began to be developed in the USA and Japan in the 70s. They began as lingual braces, which were adhered to the back of the teeth, and thus, invisible.
Of course! In fact I did for about three years. But if you do have a gap in your teeth I suggest seeing the orthodontist. If you do happen to get braces you must mention to your orthodontic that you play a wind instrument. A common type of braces for people who play a wind instrument are called lingual braces. Instead of being glued to the front of your teeth lingual braces are glued to… Read More
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Some people say that lingual braces are better than all the braces because you can't see them at all. But keep in mind that they are more expensive, you're not going to have them for that long anyways and everyone will eventually get braces anyway. But it's your choice. Between the ceramic and metal braces I think that ceramic braces are better and I know a lot of people say they stain but it kinda… Read More
It costs around 8k-12k. New technology known as iBraces may cost even more.
No not all. People get braces even before seventh grade. It is normal to have braces.
I have never heard of someone having braces for that long. If it is nessecary, then I don't see why you couldn't have braces on for that long. Is it normal? Not really. Is it nessecary? It might be.
Yes, I have braces and I still brush with a normal tooth brush. And it seems to work amazing!
yes, Clear braces do work, but this type of braces take 3 to 4 months longer to get off than normal wired braces.
Unfortunately, yes. Here are the average cost for different types of orthodontic appliances. Braces- On average braces cost anywhere from $5000-$7000. If you can't afford braces, don't think for one second that you can't have perfect teeth! If your family makes less that $10,000 per person annually than you can qualify for financial aid! Lingual Braces- Lingual braces cost an average of $1000-$2500 more than regular braces. Invisalign- Usually Invasalign cost about $3500-$5000 based on… Read More
no its not
Yes it is normal because until your cheeks toughen up from the braces rubbing on them your cheeks might be a little swollen
The average cost for braces in West Virginia is 5,561 dollars. This is only the price for normal braces and not for invisalign.
normal try getting clear braces if u r uncomfortable with the idea
Can registered dental assistants use a prophy jet for lingual braces? firstname.lastname@example.org
Lingual is tongue when used sub lingual it means "under the tongue".
normal they don't effect your voice
Lingual or glossal depending on the sentence. Lingual means " of the tongue." Lingual Lingual Pertaining to the tongue is glossal Lingual and Glossal
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Yes, effective January 1,2011 chip will cover up to 5,200 lifetime maximum for medically needed braces.
Hey, Nothing Happens It Is Just Like Normal :) Dr E
If you think about how much normal braces cost ( top and bottom) around £2500 or $3000 if you pay for them and the metal braces are probably cheap braces. You would also have to go to a specilist orthodontist.
invisilign braces can be used which are like a clear set of gumshields, hardly visible in the mouth, however need to be worn fulltime but nobody would notice them. alternatively lingual braces could be used which are brackets made individually for yourselfs and stuck to the inside of the teeth so not visible to anyone.
those are normal they are ducts for which saliva flows from check out drspiller.com
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yes it is normal when you are having braves it is all part of the braces since the braces squeeze the gums it causes swollen in the gums but it is normal you should probably brush 2-3 days floss at least 1 a day better at bedtime.Get a check up if you need it,Use mouth wash to clean any bacteria and take care of your teeth.
Sub means under. Lingual means tongue. Therefore your sub-lingual gland is under your tongue.
Uhh no? It's just like normal kissing.
A search of webmd.com was unsuccessful in finding lingual pneumonia. The tissue underneath the tongue is called the lingual frenulum; webmd.com references to the lingual frenulum related specifically to "tongue - tie (ankyloglossia) a birth defect in which the tissue that attaches the tongue to the bottom of the mouth (lingual frenulum) is abnormally short."
Mini braces are just smaller version of normal sized metal braces. They are about 30% smaller than conventional braces but just as strong. Preferred by teens and adults. They are far easier to keep clean which is a definite plus. The downside is they are quite abit more costly than conventional braces. Marielaina Perrone DDS http://www.drperrone.com
There are many different kinds of braces, but coming from a 15 year-old who wears them, you either want the lingual kind, or the clear ceramic kind. The lingual kind are applied to the back of the teeth, but are much more expensive. The clear ceramic kind are attached to the front of the teeth and average about between $3000-$4000. If you don't either of those, Invisalign is currently available, but it costs a little… Read More
Fighting types are super effective.
My son's Dr. said they are very effective. They must be worn to work. Estimated time 18 months . Daily time depends on the size of your bump.
I have researched a long time and I know from experience about braces(am currently undergoing orthodontic treatment)and I have found that lingual braces are significantly more expensive. I'm afraid I'm not exaggerating on this one; they can cost more by thousands of dollars. For you, I would recommend clear ceramic braces. They are far less noticeable than the traditional metal ones, and they cost about the same. The only downside is that they tend to… Read More
Yes. Every language has a signed language.