What should I do if my retainer breaks? 0
It’s important that you wear either a fixed bonded retainer or removable Essix or Hawley retainer immediately after your braces are removed. This will ensure that your teeth stay in their new straight position. Your teeth will be constantly moving so you’ll need to find a way to prevent a relapse. As you should wear your retainer every day, if you break or lose a retainer you will need to make sure you contact your Orthodontist ASAP to have it repaired or a new appliance made.
Why it is important to wear a retainer 0
After you have finished brace treatment all you’ll want to do is show off your beautiful new smile, so it’d be a shame to lose it once you’ve spent so much time trying to correct it. In this blog, we will tell you how to keep your new smile after treatment.
The technologies behind Invisalign 0
Invisalign is an advancing technology in the field of braces. It involves having plastic aligners fitted to the teeth in two-weekly intervals, over the course of a few months. This blog is the place to go if you want to learn more about the technologies behind Invisalign.
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What’s the best way to clean your retainer? 0
Oral hygiene is a very important part of your morning and night-time routine. Whether you have a retainer or braces, you should make sure to maintain a good method in order to keep everything squeaky-clean. So in this blog, we will discuss the right and wrong methods needed to keep your retainer clean!
Dentist vs Orthodontist: What’s the difference? 0
Throughout your childhood, you should have been having regular check-ups with your dentist but as all your adult teeth come through, you may start seeing an orthodontist to have braces fitted.
So, what is the difference between a dentist and an orthodontist? Continue reading to find out..