No. The dentist would always be sure your teeth were healthy before putting the braces on. If you had over-lapping teeth (your teeth are too large to let others come in aligned your dentist may pull the odd one) before the braces are applied.
The orthodontist applies braces to your teeth and tightens the wires that join the braces. Tightening is usually done on a monthly basis. Your orthodontist will have a game plan in place for how the teeth will be moved, either by wire tightening, or by the use of headgear and/or elastics.
An orthodontist can put braces on your teeth
Actually, braces don't hurt. Your teeth are just sore from the orthodontist treatment you've been receiving. Your teeth are moving. In my case, my teeth aren't sore anymore because I've had them for almost two years. But your teeth could become sore if your orthodontist tightens your braces. Don't worry... the soreness will get away soon. Just hang in there.
Probably not. If you just got it and it doesn't hurt, wait a bit because braces work through subtle pressure and slowly tightens your teeth. If you have had them for a while, call your orthodontist because you might have broken it or something.
A typical day for an orthodontist is going to work and seeing patients all day. An orthodontist will apply braces to teeth, make adjustments on braces, and removing braces.
It depend on which orthodontist will take caresource but aslong as you have an orthodontist that take caresource you can get braces , but it depends on how severe your teeth are
Depends, you definitely can't get braces on baby teeth, but i've known people to get them while they still have some baby teeth and some permanent teeth. It depends on what your orthodontist recommends, a couple of my friends have had removable braces, and then had fixed ones. If your adult teeth aren't coming through, orthodontists can remove them. Hope this helped :)
your teeth.(like mine) when you have braces you need an orthodontist.
Example sentence - The orthodontist planned his vacation the week after he put braces on my teeth.
Go to an Orthodontist and get braces
After you get your braces off, you should have really straight teeth. unless you do what the orthodontist tells you not to do. if you want really healthy straight teeth, then you should do everything the orthodontist tells you to do. Do everything down to the very last word braces look like chains on your teeth
Go to the orthodontist and get braces
No. An orthodontist who is trained in putting braces on to affectively straighten your teeth should put them on you.
You go into the orthodontist office and they take impressions of your teeth so that they have the braces just right for you!
to smooth them. they have residue from the glue on the braces and they have to file it off so your not walking around with glue on your teeth.
an orthodontist. my orthodontist has other employees putting on the braces and putting in spacers and taking pictures of your teeth and all that stuff. the orthodontist sees if you have an overbite or an underbite and if you need a retainer or bite plate and sees what teeth you need to lose before you can get braces.
it depends on what your orthodontist says is needed for your teeth
See an orthodontist for braces or other corrective mouthwear!
You go to your dentist, then he can refer you to an orthodontist and then you can get invisaline or braces.
haha no.....when in doubt ask ur orthodontist!
an Orthodontistthey are called orthodontist who specialise in bones and surgeries of dental related issues.
Orthodontist concerned with the treatment of improper bites and crooked teeth with the help of retainers. The equipments such as Invisalign and braces are used to correct the misaligned teeth and give beautiful teeth.
well if you have all of your adult teeth then you can have braces cause my dentist says that if you need braces then you need all of your adult teeth!
Unfortunately, the only way to get straightened teeth is to visit the dentist and get braces. If you talk to your orthodontist there are many different options of types of braces.