Yes they can somewhat help but it won't be as effective as if you used braces.
Of course! Can't have crooked teeth in front of Jesus.
I have braces now and I don't think a retainer would fix gaps because retainers are meant to keep teeth in place after having braces, they aren't meant to move teeth !! Sorry man
Each of the headlight assemblies are braced through the radiator support with a pair of retainers. The retainers for the right headlight assembly are in front of the battery. The retainers for the left assembly are in front of the washer fluid reservoir. Remove the retainers by pulling up on the retainer. With the retainers removed, the headlamp assembly falls forward. Reinstall the retainers to the square tabs on the headlamp assembly and the rivet on the radiator support
I think you can choose what color bands you want, for the front of your braces. Though the braces themselves are just silver, or metal-colored I guess. I really am not sure, since I have never had braces, but my friends have had them.
yes, they can help to straighten your front teeth or just to keep them in place.
Most people do.You at least have to have a retainer for 2 months.Some people wear them for a while and then decide to get them removed.Normally your retainer is a metal band that stays on the back of your front 4 teeth on the bottom row of teeth.The top row of your teeth will be molded and made a special plastic mold that slips over your top row of your teeth when you sleep.But most people get retainers.
First remove the bumper cover. You need to take off the front grill to get at the plastic retainers that hold the top of the buimber on. There are about four retainers on the bootom of the bumper.
you still can get braces; i had braces for 2 1/2 years
ya! a flipper can be worn with braces! i was in the same situation and got braces yesterday!
Yes because the wire is so long they can cut it at any length you need
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 the back, they are a great solution for musicians, however they do cost much more than regular metal braces.
For a time, he wore removable braces to help close the gap between his upper front teeth.
Braces can be used to move teeth.
You usually know when you need braces if you have a noticeable overbite, if your front teeth touch your lips when naturally closing your mouth, or if your orthodontist says you need braces.
Yes, you can definitely get braces with a filling in one of you're front teeth. I would know. I had a full grown tooth that got knocked out of my mouth. A kid was trying to hit a balloon but hit me in the jaw instead. I have braces now. Just be careful it doesn't break with the braces on! Hope I was helpful! :)
no many people have spaces your not the only one although you may end up with braces
No it is not abnormal, braces can help.
u can wear a mouthpiece
Yes, You do!