Five ways to keep your braces clean 0
Once you have new braces fitted, you might think it’s time to relax, put your feet up and wait while they straighten your teeth and improve your smile.
But after you leave the orthodontist’s chair, it’s down to you to keep your braces clean as they straighten your teeth. The last thing you want is a build-up of plaque – which could lead to pain and tooth decay.
First Days With Braces: What Can I Expect? 0
While some discomfort is common in the first days after braces, there is no reason to be anxious about getting braces—regardless of age. Remember to ‘keep your eyes on the prize’ - the bigger picture - which is a lifetime of straight teeth, a feeling of well-being and, of course, that great smile.
The Upsides and Downsides of Train Track Braces 0
Train track braces are your traditional run of the mill braces. They are the least discreet of the braces we offer, and maybe more difficult to clean than specialty braces or removable appliances, but they have certain upsides as well.
5 Tips for Braces Pain Relief 0
Sometimes we have patients coming in for brace treatment that think that braces are very painful, but there is actually not much pain or discomfort after you get used to wearing braces. You may feel some discomfort right after the orthodontist puts the braces on and when your wires are tightened, but there are ways to get pain relief from braces.
What you need to know about lingual braces 0
Lingual braces are a lesser known orthodontic option that have practical and cosmetic advantages when compared to alternative braces.