Braces are designed to move your teeth into better alignment. A retainer is designed to keep your teeth in their current position following braces. If your teeth are where you want them to be, you do not need braces or a retainer. If they are not, you will need to have them moved with braces followed by a retainer to hold them in place.
yes but you can use invisilign
yes you can Get a Retainer... And just ask your dentist!
Yes. However, it's more likely that you'll get braces first for at least 6 months (half a year) and then get a retainer. Good luck! x
Yes, or a retainer to straighten your teeth out.
It keeps your teeth aligned after you get braces. Without it,your teeth would slowly move back to the way they were before braces. You can also use a retainer to apply whitening gel at home, which you get from your dentist.
There is no way to get your teeth straight without putting anything on them, but you can use Invisalign, which are clear braces/retainer type thing that is somewhat visible.
no, but she has a retainer
A retainer, though neither are cheap a retainer costs $500-1,000 and braces cost $5,000 for a full two year treatment
You should get a retainer when you have your braces off to stop the teeth moving back into the position the braces has moved them from. Normally Essix retainers are issued. They are clear and totally unnoticeable.
It has the same function as braces, but is only a wire. Like a retainer.