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Braces can be done in any age between 10 years to 55 years depending on the condition, requirement and reason for orthodontic treatment ( cosmetic, functional, bone loss). The best age is 15-19 years.
The length of treatment can vary depending on the severity of the case, but typically ranges from 12-36 months.
The cost of braces can vary depending on the type of braces. At Center for Dental Implants & Esthetics it starts from Rs 35000/-. Here you can check cost of all the braces.
Yes, there are several types of braces available, including traditional metal braces, ceramic braces, lingual braces, and clear aligners such as Invisalign.
Some discomfort or soreness is common after each adjustment, but it should subside within a few days.
You will typically need to visit the orthodontist every 4-8 weeks.
You may need to make some adjustments to your diet and oral hygiene routine while wearing braces, but you should still be able to eat and brush your teeth normally.
Hard, sticky, and sugary foods should be avoided to prevent damage to the braces.
Braces treatment is generally safe, but as with any medical procedure, there is a small risk of complications, such as tooth decay, damage to the gums, or damage to the braces themselves.
Yes, most people will need to wear a retainer after braces treatment to help keep the teeth in their new position.
It typically takes around 30-60 minutes for an appointment.
Your orthodontist will give you specific instructions on when and how often to wear any additional appliances such as rubber bands.
Over-the-counter pain relievers such as ibuprofen can help manage discomfort or pain. You can also use wax to cover any brackets or wires that may be causing irritation.
Brush your teeth after every meal, use orthodontic wax to cover brackets that are causing irritation, and rinse your mouth with water after eating. It's also important to use a toothbrush with soft bristles and orthodontic floss threaders.
Contact your orthodontist as soon as possible, as a broken bracket or wire can delay your treatment or cause damage to your teeth.
Avoid colored or sugary foods and drinks, and brush your teeth and braces regularly.
Avoid hard, chewy, or sticky foods that are more likely to get stuck in your braces.
Yes, you can continue to participate in sports and musical activities while wearing braces, but it's important to wear a mouthguard to protect your teeth and braces during contact sports.
You can communicate with your orthodontist through in-person appointments, phone calls, text message or email.
Brush your teeth and braces before the appointment, bring any questions or concerns you may have, and make sure your retainer is clean and ready to be checked.
It is important to continue to brush and floss your teeth regularly, and use interdental brush to clean the area around the braces. Also, you should schedule regular dental check-ups and cleanings to ensure that your teeth and gums stay healthy.
Your orthodontist will give you specific instructions on how often to wear your retainer, but generally retainers need to be worn at least a few hours a day, especially at night, to maintain the new position of your teeth.
After your braces are removed, you should still be cautious when eating hard, sticky or chewy foods to avoid damaging your teeth or your retainer.
It may take a few days to a few weeks for your mouth to feel normal after braces are removed, and your lips, cheeks, and tongue may need to adjust to the new positions of your teeth.
Regular check-ups with your orthodontist will help to monitor your teeth and ensure they stay in their new position.
By maintaining good oral hygiene, wearing your retainer as directed and scheduling regular check-ups with your orthodontist, you can maintain your new smile.
The length of time your teeth will stay straight depends on many factors, including how well you follow your orthodontist's instructions.
Yes, it's important to continue to see your orthodontist for regular check-ups to ensure that your teeth are staying in their new position and to address any issues that may arise.
Regular brushing and flossing, along with professional teeth cleanings, can help to keep your teeth white after braces. You should also avoid foods and drinks that can stain your teeth, such as coffee and red wine.
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