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If you are suffering from sore or cut gums and cheeks because of your metal braces, then it’s time to take advantage of your orthodontic wax. To help you use the product properly so you can have the relief you deserve, our [practice_name] orthodontic team encourages you to use the following instructions: –Wash your hands:… Continue reading The Best Way to Use Orthodontic Wax
Dr. [doctor_name] installed your new braces in your mouth with the intention that they would address and realign your teeth in the shortest amount of time possible. Should your teeth develop areas of tooth decay, or if any part of your braces are bent, loosened or damaged, it will likely increase the total amount of… Continue reading Your New Braces Require Daily Care and Cleaning
Lingual braces are growing in popularity with teens as well as adults. The brackets of your lingual braces attach to the backside of your teeth making them virtually invisible to the casual observer. Your braces represent a serious investment in improving the alignment of your teeth. Your braces can be damaged by certain activities, foods… Continue reading Cleaning and Caring for your Lingual Braces