You have to get braces again. Yeah, bummer. Same thing happened to me. I thought once you had braces that was it. Forever. Not so. Many people find that their teeth begin to move 20, 30 + years after having their braces off. I'm 37 and had my braces off when I was around 12 or so. My teeth started moving a lot about two years ago. My dentist told me that lots of people need (what she called) "a second round of ortho." Ideally its best to have your teeth corrected before they get TOO much out of whack again. I just don't have the dental insurance for that. Braces nowadays come in clear and even removable form so you won't look like you did when you first had braces. Do a Google search on "adult braces" and you'll find plenty of articles! ~ T
AnswerIn most cases, there should be no problem in having your wisdom teeth extracted while you are still wearing braces.This is usually done when there is an infection on the wisdom tooth, or when the extraction is indicated to help with the orthodontic treatment.AnswerAfter having had braces, for four years, the orthodontist told me which teeth had to be extracted PRIOR to the braces being put on. The extraction sites had to then heal, before the braces could be applied. Working around braces is so difficult, that normal dental cleanings and flossing can NOT be done.
Well, You are most likely to get braces if you have a gap in your two front teeth and you would need a full set of braces ! But the good thing is that when your sixteen your teeth will be nice and straight with no gaps! This is because having the braces in for two years really makes a good difference! I am getting a full set of braces in a few weeks , not just because my front two teeth have a gap in them but also to straighten my teeth! Don't worry and let the dentists do their job. :)
I've had my braces for almost two years.... the only reason I was ever excited about braces was that I would eventually get them off and have awesome teeth:] but BRACES suck you don't enjoy eating especially if you have rubberbands and EVERYTHING gets stuck in your teeth and by the next meal you still have food in your teeth
Braces for fixing crooked teeth are purely aesthetic. Unless your dentist or orthodontist recommends them for more extreme cases where the bite alignment might be heavily affected if preventive measures are not taken. It is a matter of personal taste whether or not to get them. Honestly, if you're young and considering braces, I would recommend it. You might eventually want your teeth straight and if that happens you'll probably regret not having them put on in the adolescent years when braces are considered more acceptable.
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 you can even have the braces put on. The extra space created is the room the orthodontist needs to bring your teeth into alignment (or the crowding could be what is causing the misalignment in the first place.)
Though uncomfortable and often painful, braces serve the purpose of straightening teeth. This process is done by a person called an orthodontist. The orthodontist specializes in everything involving braces and retainers. Most people who have braces are only subjected to them for a couple years. Head gear and rubber bands are couple of mechanisms that are used to speed up the braces process. Depending on how crooked a person's teeth are, braces can be on anywhere from one year to four years. The best way to reduce that time is to follow the orthodontist's instructions on how to maintain braces. A simple way to keep teeth healthy and happy is simply to brush and floss often. If you do this, your experience with having a metal mouth will most likely be no big deal!
You're not going to want to hear this but you have to get braces again. Yeah, bummer. Same thing happened to me. I thought once you had braces that was it. Forever. Not so. Many people find that their teeth begin to move 20, 30 + years after having their braces off. I'm 37 and had my braces off when I was around 12 or so. My teeth started moving a lot about two years ago. My dentist told me that lots of people need (what she called) "a second round of ortho." Ideally its best to have your teeth corrected before they get TOO much out of whack again. I just don't have the dental insurance for that. Braces nowadays come in clear and even removable form so you won't look like you did when you first had braces. Do a Google search on "adult braces" and you'll find plenty of articles! ~ T
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.
If you are having them checked regularly and taking care of your teeth, you can have them for a very long time. I worked in Orthodontics for many years and saw many kids go up to 6 years with them. If they have not been checked and/or you are not caring for your teeth, they should come off right away.
they don't keep your teeth straight forever unless you wear your retainer after wards for a few years but if you even stop wearing your retainer for a few nights you will see your teeth starting to back to the way they were before. so orthodontists recommend wearing your retainer for at least 3 years after you get your braces out.
Of course! In fact I did for about three years. But if you do have a gap in your teeth I suggest seeing the orthodontist. If you do happen to get braces you must mention to your orthodontic that you play a wind instrument. A common type of braces for people who play a wind instrument are called lingual braces. Instead of being glued to the front of your teeth lingual braces are glued to the back, they are a great solution for musicians, however they do cost much more than regular metal braces.
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