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The orthodontic braces installed in your mouth at Drs. Skeet Burris, Travis Fiegle & Katie Pluckett’s orthodontic clinic have been designed to correct the alignment of your teeth through the course of successive adjustments. Each time your braces are tightened it applies minute force to the periodontal ligaments that anchor your teeth in your gums.… Continue reading Take Care of Your Smile While Wearing Braces
Now that your regular orthodontic adjustment sessions with Dr. [doctor_name] have successfully repositioned your teeth, your braces can be removed. However, there will still be some residual tension lingering in the periodontal ligaments that anchor your teeth in their sockets. If it is not counteracted in some way, this tension can cause your teeth to… Continue reading Tips to Help Clean Your Fixed Retainer
After getting braces from Dr. [doctor_name], it’s very important to keep in mind that when you’re wearing braces you’ll have to spend a bit of extra time and effort on cleaning your teeth and braces. If you don’t, you can develop cavities, gum disease, and other oral health problems that can complicate your orthodontic treatment… Continue reading Cleaning Your Teeth and Braces
Keeping your mouth and your braces clean is important for maintaining a healthy mouth while keeping the amount of time you need to wear braces to a minimum. While the wires, brackets and other hardware of your braces are not made from materials that are subject to bacteria and tooth decay they still need to… Continue reading Preventing Periodontal Disease while Wearing Braces