Sleep. That's honestly it. At first, braces will feel weird, but eventually you won't even notice them.
No, when you get braces on, the orthodontist is simply applying apparatus to the outside of your teeth, so there is no pain. After a few hours of getting your braces on, you may feel some discomfort as the braces begin to move your teeth.
An orthodontist can put braces on your teeth
No. And you don't really need to. It doesn't hurt at all and if you were asleep it would be hard for the orthodontist to put them on.
No, they are not trained to do braces, they can clean them but not put them on.
Nope, sorry you're going to have to keep opening your mouth and working with the orthodontist. Don't worry its really not anything that's so bad you need to be put to sleep for anyhow.
If it is absolutely necessary that a 12 year old needs to be put to sleep for the removal of teeth and the installation of braces, the doctor will use general anesthesia, which is administered through a needle in the back of the hand. If anesthesia is not necessary, the doctor will probably sedate the patient with a gas.
try to type in virtual braces put on
Most likely the orthodontist people put on the braces because they put on mine.
No. An orthodontist who is trained in putting braces on to affectively straighten your teeth should put them on you.
If your braces are hurting or rubbing it would be sensible to put vegetable wax or vaseline on them.
yes you should get braces for gaps