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A common orthodontic emergency is a broken braces bracket. Brackets are fragile and can become damaged from several things, including: – Eating foods that are advised against by our orthodontist – An injury to the mouth – Brushing incorrectly in some way – Flossing too vigorously In the case of an orthodontic emergency, there are… Continue reading First Response to a Broken Bracket
While you are wearing braces to align your smile, there are several issues that can arise. If you have an orthodontic emergency, call our office to discuss the problem with our orthodontists or team. You may need to visit right away or you may be able to do something to alleviate the problem until your… Continue reading What to Do in Case of an Orthodontic Emergency
There are many things that could cause a broken bracket, including eating chewy or sticky foods, getting hit in the mouth, brushing your teeth incorrectly, or improperly using a toothpick or floss. Broken brackets are common, but it is very important that you manage the situation as much as possible, and you can do so… Continue reading How to Manage a Broken Bracket