Adult braces blog
Or because I was nervous what everyone would think of me? Some have been congratulatory, some made me feel awful, and even one or two went for their orthodontic consult after seeing me get mine. Just as I said before, I had braces as a middle schooler. So even with permanent retainers, my giant teeth were shifting. It got to the point that it bothered me a little bit. Eventually, my husband said enough.
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You may be surprised to learn that as of last year, 1 out of every 3 orthodontic patients was over the age of 18! The fact that orthodontic treatments work has never been in doubt. However, for most adults the inconvenience of getting braces has outweighed the benefits of achieving that perfect smile. But now, thanks to improved technology and better practices, orthodontic treatments are easier than ever.
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If you are thinking about getting braces, have just started wearing them, have had them for some time or are just interested in orthodontics, this site will be of interest to you. It contains articles on everything from traditional metal braces to the latest lingual braces, Invisalign, invisible braces, clear brackets, retainers, how to get by with braces, the latest advances in orthodontics, new products and services, dental news and exhibitions. You will find a large number of posts about braces helping you to make an informed decision about treatment.
Leading up to today, all I was hoping for was an estimated date of removal. I shared this hope with Facebook prior to walking in to the office. I told her that I did not wish to rush it and that I only want them removed if it truly is the right time to do so, but after the orthodontist looked at them, he agreed with her. I felt like I was about to lose something, but I was also so very excited. He takes what look like large and odd nail clippers and pops all of my top brackets off.