I had an expander when i was younger, and I ate a lot... The only thing that changed for me is stringy food like spinach getting stuck, but you can simply pull it out. The other thing that bothered me is when i had to put the key in to open it up more. It was a little painful to chew right after loosening but it was bareable.
Well, it is very difficult, but here are some helpfull tips, (You get used to it after a while)
Cut up your food into smaller pieces then you normally would, so you dont have to chew as much. When you put the food inside your mouth, chew with only one side, and one side only, because if you keep going bakc and forth with the chewing on differant sides, it's easier for the food get stuck in your expander.
When the food is all chewed up, kinda push it back to the back of your mouth then swallow right away, yes it is going to be hard, but again, you will get used to it.
Wash it down with your drink :) Hope I helped somewhat.
how much does an dental expander coast?
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I dont think you should because my cousin did, And he broke it. But if your careful then you should be okayy.
You can eat anything soft... (including ice cream) You can't eat anything hard like raw carrots. You can have gum, Sugerfree, pretty much anything else
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Yes, a lot of times you'll get the expander before your braces, just so you get used to it and so the teeth are ready for braces. Many people, in their early stages of braces have both an expander and braces,.
Yes, you can. NOTHING will happen I have an expander and I have chewed gum 4 or 5 times. An nothing happened, the only thing you cant do is blow a bubble because the roof of your mouth is were the main part of the expander is.
playing a clarinet is just the same with a palatal expander than it is before. I had one and there is no difference.
You go to your Orthodontics place (after you called them) and they will have to yank out your expander (i know from experience, this happened to me) and then TA DA! problem solved. You may also not know if you have a canker sore under the expander but to find out see if any of the following conditions apply to you:Have had a feeling that there is a miniature ball stuck under your expander.Experience pain under your expander when swallowing.Or have had a bunch of sugar centered candy stuck up in your expander and now your mouth hurtsif any of these conditions apply to you call your orthodontist right away for it may be serious.
An expander works in a similar way to a compressor, with a compressor you set the threshold and when the signal goes over this threshold the compressor starts to work. The signal over the threshold is attenuated (reduced) at the rate of the other parameter settings (ie. attack, ratio, release,etc.). An expander works in an opposite fashion, the threshold is set and any part of the signal dropping below this threshold will be affected by the expander and this level will be raised. The expander therefore like the compressor balances out the signal making it sound more professional.
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If your jaw expander is removable then no, don't play the saxophone. If it isn't removable, it would be harder to play the sax. But you coud if you want. :)
everything from the space shuttle to marine systems PC's and Mac and even some cars have some sort of port expander as it is defined
A port expander is computer hardware that uses one port on a computer to connect more than one device. By using a port expander, it reduces the performance and speed more than if one just used discs. In some cases a SAS expander may be cheaper than more than one port. However, the more devices that have been connected, the less bandwidth there will be to use.
It depends if you have braces on yet. I have an expander right now, but I have bottom braces. There's not much of a problem with the expander and popcorn, unless you get an unpopped kernel up there, which is pretty tricky to get out. As long as you're careful not to let that happen, and you're extra-careful if you have braces, then yes, you should be able to have popcorn.
They put glue on the expander and stick it on.
Not too long, it took me about a week, maybe two tops. Good luck! You'll get through it! I had my expander in for 13 months!
For the first few days, smoothies and puddings and soft fruits should be okay. It will only be a few days of difficulty eating two weeks, tops. I've had mine for about a month and a half, and I eat normally now.
The purpose of a piston ring expander is to make it easier remove and install piston rings. Because of the low torque they use, they help to prevent damage to the piston rings.
dont eat anything its all sucky just kiddingive had mine for two days and i can eat yogurt ice cream jello and pudding and some kinds of soup but after a while it will get easier to eatAre you dumb? You can eat anything, you just have to deal with the food getting stuck in your expander. Your teeth may hurt for a couple days and especially when you get it tightened. But you can eat anything you want. Besides popcorn and sticky things. And stuff like that. I've had my expander for about a month now. When my mom tightens it, it's just really tight and weird feeling. And now I have a gap in between my front 2 teeth. My front teeth hurt slightly but that's it. I would stay away from rice, it's really hard to get out. But there are these little brushes that you can use also. You can bend them and get the crap out. You can also suck it out, it sounds gross haha, but it works. So, yeah (:DO NOT eat spaghetti, many people have choked on it, but if u want it, just cut it into little itty bitty pieces, as if you were feeding a mouse.