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The Pros and Cons of Hidden Braces

While regular metal braces with an arch wire and elastics are still the most common, some people opt for a different approach.

One option is lingual or “hidden” braces which are fixed to the inside of the teeth. 139 more words

Orthodontist

The Pros and Cons of Hidden Braces

While regular metal braces with an arch wire and elastics are still the most common, some people opt for a different approach.

One option is lingual or “hidden” braces which are fixed to the inside of the teeth. 139 more words

Orthodontist

How Dental Retainers Work with Braces

Dental retainers are devices used to keep teeth in the desired position after braces are removed.

After braces are removed, it still takes some time for teeth to settle into the jawbone and the soft tissue. 175 more words

Orthodontist

How Dental Retainers Work with Braces

Dental retainers are devices used to keep teeth in the desired position after braces are removed.

After braces are removed, it still takes some time for teeth to settle into the jawbone and the soft tissue. 175 more words

Orthodontist

Definitions of Orthodontic Terms

Here are definitions of some of the most common orthodontic terms.

Impressions: A mold of your teeth which is used to make a model of them… 181 more words

Orthodontist

Definitions of Orthodontic Terms

Here are definitions of some of the most common orthodontic terms.

Impressions: A mold of your teeth which is used to make a model of them… 181 more words

Orthodontist

Lingual Braces Vs. Invisalign® - which one is right for me?

Lingual Braces vs. Invisalign® — Which Is Right for You?

When adults consider orthodontics to straighten their teeth and/or correct their bite, two of the most popular choices for treatment are lingual braces and clear aligners (eg. 547 more words