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By 520199cxl on Oct 18, 2013 06:13 AM
Brush and floss your teeth consistently
If you can't get to your dentist right away, cover the part of the tooth that is in your mouth with temporary dental cement. You can find this at a drugstore.Take an over-the-counter pain reliever.Better dental hygiene can allow your teeth to move into the correct position quicker, and shorten the wearing time for your braces.Chop up solid food. Cut up foods such as raw fruits and vegetables and hard-crusted bread into bite-sized pieces to reduce pressure on braces during eating.Donít chew on anything but food. Chewing on objects such as pens and straws can damage braces and result in added time at the orthodontistís office.Donít push your teeth out of line.
Even if you wear braces, you can, and instruments dentaires should, brush and floss your teeth consistently. Maintain a good oral care routine of twice-daily tooth brushing and daily flossing to keep your teeth looking their best, and theyíll look even better when your braces are removed.In order to properly clean around braces, it can be helpful to know some of the most common types.Brackets. Most brackets are made of either stainless steel or a clear or tooth-colored plastic. The brackets are usually attached to the fronts of the teeth and a wire is passed through each one and localisateur d'apex adjusted by the orthodontist to provide the correct pressure.Lingual Brackets.
These brackets are placed on the inside (tongue-facing side) of the teeth so they are not visible. However, they can be more difficult to keep clean.Traditional bands. These types of braces involve a metal band wrapped around each tooth to which the bracket is secured, but this style is rarely used today.Activities such as biting your nails and joypex 5 playing with your elastics can prolong the amount of time you have to wear braces.
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