hour and a half
It depends on how much work needs to be done to your teeth, or how straight your teeth already are. My teeth were relatively straight, but I still need braces, in fact, I have them on right now. I will need mine for 1 and a half years, but I have a neighbor who needs hers for 3 years, her teeth were pretty bad (no offense to her), again, it depends on how crooked or straight your teeth are/were before you got/get them.
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
Yes, And there might be a problem with the alignment of your jaw two...? That what it i with me, My teeth aren't that bad but there gonna be on Over a year and a half.
It depends on what your case is.If it's just straightning , u get it about a year and a halfIf its pulling teeth closer to each other it takes 2 yearsand so on ...I have braces :D
First: They give you a retainer for 2-3 months. *It Depends One How Your Teeth Look* Second: They put braces on your teeth for 1 half of a year *Same Thing With Retainers*
Either just braces or both. I am 10 yrs old and i got my molds for my retainer yesterday and i will have that for 1 year and a half to 2 years. then i will get my braces for 2 years.
Wearing braces doesn't come with any restrictions regarding drinking. but, if you want to drink sodas or bubbly drinks with sugar, i would drink it with a straw because that steers it away from the teeth. i have had braces for 1 and a half years and i havent had a ny problems with that yet.
i would think about a year and a half or 2
I had lines in my two front teeth from braces. after many years they got deeper and two months ago one of my front teeth actually broke from where the line was on down. I have half a tooth now and the other one is starting to break. what a nightmare. i brushed and flossed and used flouride and listerine and my gums actuaully got better as i got older but now this! I don't know what to do
Braces, trust me they'll put a set of em just on ur lower teeth unless u have other teeh probs, My boyfriend has he same thing
Actually, no it's not impossible. My friend is 15 and a half and she still has 2 baby teeth left.
If you get spacers, it feels like a really bad headache. Then, the actual braces feel like a half inch metal on your teeth. If you run your tongue over them, you might cut it. When they are tightened, it feels like a really bad headache. When I first got braces, I had to eat a lot of soup, smoothies, and sweet potatoes because it's hard to chew until 2-4 weeks. But, definitely brush your teeth everyday when you get them.
it depends on how bad ur teeth are, i have to have mine on for a year and a half cuz of my gap and i have slight crowding, but there was somebody in my ortho office and he had his on for 9 years and was getting his off that day.
About a year and a half
It all depends on the circumstances. Given yours, I'd say around two years which is the norm in most cases. The minimum would be a year to a year and a half. The more severe your case is, the longer you have to have them on. Good luck!
Probably two sittings of around half an hour each is required before braces can be put. First cleaning of the teeth (Oral Prophylaxix) is done whereas in the second visit molar bands are put. Then after braces are put. There is no hard and fast rule for this; its just up to the patient and the orthodontist. It can be put the same day or even more sittings.
They have teeth though they are not half as sharp as a vampire bats teeth.
Renesmee's teeth are special because they are that of a vampire's, although she is half vampire and half human.
no, probably around half the price.
I have found from personal experience that a retainer doesn't do much for gaps. It didn't for me. I had about a half centimeter gap in between my two front teeth and the orthodontist used bands to hold the gap. He did this for over a year, yet when I got my braces off and started using a retainer, the gap was back in a month. My teeth continuing to drift may have something to do with my age. I had braces from 10-late 12. I have heard that your jaw is softer when younger and that it hardens with age, thus keeping teeth in place. I'm not totally sure on this though.
The lions' largest teeth are 3 and a half inches long.
Becase your teeth split food in half like a wedge.
Wolves have very sharp teeth, for they are mammals. Their teeth are in the middle of the sharp spectrum. Basically, this means, their teeth are about sharper than half of the animal kingdom-less sharp than the other half. Middle of the food chain.
To remove a rust stain from a porcelain sink, cut a lemon in half. Pour some salt onto one of the cut halves and use it to scrub the stain.