What is the procedure to remove teeth braces?
To remove fixed braces they simply use a tool which cracks off the braces from your teeth, this is not harmful or painful for your teeth. Then you will have your teeth cleaned and polished to get rid of any excess glue. Then you will more than likely have some pictures taken and impressions to give a mould of how much your teeth have improved and your fittings for your retainer
Braces are often used to remove gaps in teeth.
Not at all! Braces help your teeth look a lot better and will remove the gap between your teeth.
Metal should not stain. You should be able to brush your teeth to remove everything on your braces.
no, your wisdom teeth wont stop you from getting your braces, the only teeth removed before getting braces are baby teeth. although getting wisdom teeth removed when theyre coming in is necessary, and if not then straightened teeth can be moved and pushed by incoming teeth, and crowding the mouth.
You have to brush your teeth so no mark comes when u remove the braces
No. If you have a chipped tooth or a tooth that isn't the way it's supposed to, the dentist will have to remove it before you can have braces.
Teeth Braces or Dental Braces (orthodontic braces/braces) are used to align and straighten teeth. The application is for cosmetic appearance and overall dental health.
An orthodontist can put braces on your teeth
Can you get your chipped tooth fixed while you have braces because my front tooth is chipped and I wanted to get it fixed and how much does it cost?
No. To have cap put on a chipped tooth requires the whole frontal surface to be free in order for the procedure to work. They would have to remove your braces and then put them back on after fixing the problem. Dentists also don't prefer removing brackets from capped teeth when you get your braces off as it can damage the cap. The best idea is to wait until you get your braces off and… Read More
Depends, you definitely can't get braces on baby teeth, but i've known people to get them while they still have some baby teeth and some permanent teeth. It depends on what your orthodontist recommends, a couple of my friends have had removable braces, and then had fixed ones. If your adult teeth aren't coming through, orthodontists can remove them. Hope this helped :)
It all depends on the crooked teeth, and the patient that comes to the office After two years
This is usually for cosmetic purposes but they are also used to correct problematic bites. Braces will straighten your teeth, and remove any problems you may get associated with the placement and alignment of your teeth such as headaches, jaw stress, etc.
No. The braces will hold the teeth in place.
Braces are things that go on your teeth and it straighten your teeth and make you have a nicer smile
It is unlikely that you get braces with baby teeth, but if they are molars or larger teeth you can.
Of course you can. Braces have nothing to do with the "color/brightness" of your teeth. Braces are used to straighten teeth. If it is, in your finding, that drinking coffee has discolored your teeth, then he or she (your dentist) can apply a "whitener" to your teeth, regardless of braces. Regards
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
if your bottom teeth are okay and straight then they are not going to put braces in the bottom teeth , but if your top teeth are crooked and not straight , then you will only get braces at the top.
when a orthodontist is trained , they are trained to fix mallocusions and irregular bites , when they look at how a patients teeth fit together( occlusion) they need to pull teeth into specific positions they then glue a bra\cket on a tooth where it needs to be straightened or aligned , when the teeth ae aligned an the wire that is remove form the braces is a perfect c shape the braces can be… Read More
They don't put braces they wait for the baby teeth to fall out and if the adult teeth come in wrong then they put braces.
You want all of your teeth to have fallen out that way your adult teeth are in and you do not have to worry about losing teeth will you have braces.
Do you mean braces? or just a retainer used for when you remove braces or if your teeth are moving? The answer is : It Depends what dentist and what country! I presume you are in the US of A?.... A good private Dentist in the UK (thats not Ameryca) will cost about 4'000GBP, or 6000dollars!
yes you have to have braces on if your teeth are bad or less your teeth will move alone and your mouth will be weird
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
You get your teeth removed before braces are put on.
No you can't just have braces on your top teeth you can have them on your bottom teeth to.
Your teeth do not get stained after your braces come off.
your teeth must be not in its correct spot if your teeth are good then do not put on braces or less your teeth will be so bad than it was
You can get braces for any type of teeth that you may have. A dentist will be able to let you know if you are able to get braces.
It depends on what your orthodontist says. If your teeth are aligned a certain way you may need to have elastic bands to help support the straightning procedure. If your orthodontist says you don't need it then its probably because your teeth don't need the elastics, just the braces. Hope I helped! :)
No you don't always need to remove your molars to have braces and make your teeth straight. Molar extraction is very rarely done, in cases where someone's mouth is very very small compared to the size of his or her teeth.
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.
Having braces placed on your teeth does not hurt. As they braces are adjusted periodically, your mouth can be uncomfortable, but tolerable.
you have braces to straighten ur teeth.
you can get braces if you are a gap in your teeth or a underbit or a overbit
Braces for dentures? No, they do not.
braces on your teeth are in order to straighten them to everyone
lingual braces: back of the teeth braces ceramic braces: less noticeable and they are "clear" in color invisaligns: clear retainers that you wear to straighten teeth
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.
Yes you can get braces having wisdom teeth, and the wisdom teeth will not get brackets put on them but it is best to get the wisdom teeth removed with in at least the first year of having your braces to avoid your teeth not being able to shift correctly
No, your teeth get straighter.
My friend has had buck teeth all her life, and has tried everything there is, except braces. Now that she's 11, she is getting braces. So yes, i think you have to be 11 to get braces if you have buck teeth.
Nope, Niall had braces on his upper teeth and recently had them removed
yes because the braces would straigten your teeth still
In order to receieve braces you need to have lost all of your baby teeth. The answer to your question is yes, I know of a couple people who had to get adult teeth pulled to get braces. So yes.
Only some teeth that will screw with the braces and need to be taken out. Putting the braces on is 100% PAINLESS. You will feel your teeth getting sore for about a week or two after, though.
No. If you only have a problem with your top teeth, only your top will get braces. Sometimes the ortodontist doesn't put braces on the back teeth until later. Sometimes, although this doesn't happen much, the braces will only be placed on the front four teeth.
No, I have procelin crowns and I am getting braces. They just had to fix my teeth first before they put on the braces. Good luck:)
No not unless you have braces or some other appliance moving your bottom teeth.
You can't replace teeth for braces - either you still have baby teeth that need to come out or you have too many teeth and the extra teeth need to be extracted.