How long do you keep ceramic braces on the teeth?
REALLY CERAMIC BRACES ARE LIKE REGULAR (STAINLESS STEEL) BRACES, THE ONLY THING THAT CHANGES (OBVIOUSLY) IS THE COLOR AND THE SIZE. THEY SHOULD LAST THE SAME ON YOUR TEETH AS THE REGULAR ONES AND IF YOU TAKE REALLY GOOD CARE OF THEM, YOU WON'T HAVE A PROBLEM... = )
It depends on how good you take care of them. Around maybe 2 years.
No, but the teeth will start to overlap.
Some people say that lingual braces are better than all the braces because you can't see them at all. But keep in mind that they are more expensive, you're not going to have them for that long anyways and everyone will eventually get braces anyway. But it's your choice. Between the ceramic and metal braces I think that ceramic braces are better and I know a lot of people say they stain but it kinda… Read More
If you only have an overibte but your teeth are straight how long would you keep your braces on for?
Ask your dentist.
it honestly depends in how good your teeth are at adapting .... the cleanner you keep your teeth the quicker they get of. you can say from 12-18 months....... thanks
As long as you brush your teeth while you have your braces, there will be no marks. I had no marks on my teeth when my braces were removed. Another student in my school, however, never brushed her teeth and when her braces were removed she actually had brown bands on her teeth. ~ T
You can be any age as long as you have all your adult teeth, or if your dentist feels it is appropriate to put braces on your teeth.
When you have braces for a certain amount of time you are required to wear a clear or wire retainer. They keep your teeth from moving. So say you got your braces off and you refuse to wear a retainer or you just don't want to, your teeth will move and then you have to get braces again. Your retainer doesn't have to be in very long.
You can get them on any time after you get teeth pulled, many people get teeth pulled while they already have braces.
You Can Be Any Age And Get Braces As Long As You Have All Adult Teeth.
Why would you want braces?
depends on your teeth
you can not get your braces off faster because you need braces if your teeth are not allinged well. that means that you are going to need braces for as long as your teeth need them. that is usually for quite a while.
Having braces with a gap wont take a long time, But If you dont want to pay for braces just for a gap , there is something else called orthofill. its just a thick rubberband that you put around your front teeth and its gone in less than 2 months. but make sure you keep in touch with your dentist to see if your teeth arent weak, or it could cause damage.
It depends on the teeth. If it is very crooked then it would be long.
Until you have all your adult teeth
She had braces for a long time ...
Dental braces were invented in the year 400BC. This was a very long time ago. Dental braces are used to straighten out the teeth.
They shouldn't move back to their original positions. The whole purpose of braces is to properly align teeth. You may be given a 'retainer' after the braces are removed; this is put on at night for a few months to make sure that the teeth stay where the braces put them.
hour and a half
it depends, but generally about a week
You can, but so long as you have no milk teeth left, i have braces and i have all my teeth grown adult teeth and one is small and still growing, all they do is put the wire across to the next one and carry on and will put a bracket on it once it has grown..x
it takes about 6 months :)
about 3 yers and they put powerchins on to fix it
You should go to a dentist and tell him or her that you need your front teeth filled.
Dentists will usually tell you you'll need to get your wisdom teeth out before that happens.
Any type, as long as you chew it way in the back, and keep it away from the front brackets. I recommend Trident- it has something inside it that makes your teeth a stronger and it tastes awesome. :) (I would know- I got my braces off two weeks ago after having them for four years!) Any type, as long as you chew it way in the back, and keep it away from the front… Read More
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.
The only way to know when you get your braces off is when your ortodontist tells you. And that all depends on how long your treatment is gunna take dependeing on how bad of shape your teeth were in before getting braces
They got invented because people wanted straight teeth a long time ago. I mean really long time ago. There have been mummies found with metal bands wrapped around their teeth! To find out more on the history of braces see the related links.
It's genetics. I got my crooked teeth both from my father and from having a pacifier for too long. A pacifier is like braces in a sense - if you have a pacifier for too long, it can put pressure on your teeth which would therefor move your teeth.
They basically just take the bra cits and glue them to all the teeth that need to be straightened and then place a wire in them to hold. There is no set in stone time of how long you need to wear braces just depending on the kind of shape your teeth are in.
The amount of time someone needs to wear braces is highly dependent on how badly the individual needed braces to begin with. On average however, people wear braces for approximately 2 years.
'Braces' are pieces of metal (called brackets) which are fixed onto your teeth. They are connected by a metal wire running through them. Braces are used by orthodontics and are fixed onto teeth. The brackets and the wire put pressure on the teeth and move them into being in the perfect, straight position, leaving you with perfect straight teeth! every six weeks or so the orthodontist will tighten the wire on the braces (roughly six… Read More
Anywhere from $2000-$4000 Depends on your teeth and how long you need them for
Not really The Orthodontist can hurt you putting them in but this is rare. Your teeth can Ache but again this is rare, does not hurt much and will not last long
Ceramic is an excellent insulator. This is why coffee cups are made of ceramic. They keep your coffee hot for a long time. Metal cups, in contrast, conduct heat quite rapidly.
It depends on the orthodontist's opinion as to the growth of the jaw and the need for space. Sometimes pulling teeth provides more room for the teeth to come in correctly. My children had retainers that changed the shape of their palatte--wore them for a year and their teeth came in nicely. We rotated a screw on the retainer weekly. We skipped the braces after that.
I went to the orthodontist today. On the first day I went they did molds and x-rays. At the second visit they will tell you what they need to do to your teeth, such as, orthopedic care or getting braces. Then on your third visit they will give you braces, however this is only if you need braces.
That depends on how bad your teeth are. If it is minor rearrangement, then about a year. If it is bad it can take 2-4 years.
That is up to your orthodondist. It also depends how long your treatment plan is and how much work your teeth needed.
well it depends on how bad your teeth are. ask your dentist about it. maybey 2 years
It depends on your teeth. Some people wear braces for several months; others wear them for several years. It depends on the particular condition or conditions that are being treated.
There is no set time for how long you will have to continue wearing your braces once you start using rubber bands. Everybody's teeth are different.
It will probably take 2 years if it's in the correct position, and it's aligned pretty much perfect! But you're not done yet aster you had just taken of your braces you will have to wear a positioner or a retainer. A positioner will help you keep your new aligned teeth into place. So you won't have to suffer crooked teeth again! A retainer is very common. You will get a retainer after you get… Read More
Usually its about 2 year but it depends on what you need done for your teeth. It can be less or even more.
Depending of the case, it might take between an hour and two hours.
As long as you take the Invisalign out and brush your teeth before you put your Invisalign in :)
I would go for the braces. Orthodontists are trained to create better alignment for your teeth, having a positive influence on your health for the rest of your life. Two years of braces goes by faster than you can imagine and may not even take that long if you follow your orthodontist's instructions. If you have to wear headgear, elastics, or other devices, do it without fail. Sometimes you have to have teeth extracted before… Read More
It depends on what your case is. If it's just straightning , u get it about a year and a half If its pulling teeth closer to each other it takes 2 years and so on ... I have braces :D