Nope, the retainer is fitted to suit your teeth so as long as you wear it often your teeth will always fit in it and will not hurt.
yes it really hurts
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. 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
well, it should only take two years. but, it does depend on if you get a retainer. if you do get a retainer that will be two more years. but just the braces are two year
Yes ASAP i did not go and get a retainer when mine broke and ended getting braces twice twice trust me that retainer is way more comfortable than braces
you can get vaneers but there really expensive or you can get a retainer. they dont hurt as much...but i think youll have to get a special order from your dentist because i think your only allowed to have a retainer when your finshed with having braces. but its possible.
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
Your braces WILL hurt. You can try taking some pain relief and chew sugar free chewing gum. For more queries, contact costofbraces.com.au
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.
If it is a retainer only two or three days you get used to them after that but I don't know how long train track braces hurt for about a week and a half I'd say they would be sore if they were train tracks