Dental braces are quite common, with dentists suggesting dental braces as the simplest way to solve poorly set teeth. Previously, though dental braces were the sure shot way to solve this issue, many were apprehensive about installing braces, because they looked ungainly, and they had to follow a strict regimen of diet and food intake. However, with changing times and newer technologies, many aspects of dental braces have changed, making them a better option for setting teeth.

Earlier, there was only one material that was used for braces, stainless steel, and people with crooked teeth had either the option of living with their teeth for a lifetime, or with an ungainly look for a certain number of years. However, now, braces are made of materials like plastic and ceramic, and are invisible. The plastic and ceramic braces may get a color during the treatment and in some cases; there may be friction between the wire and the braces, which may increase the time taken for the treatment. With newer technology, mini braces are available too, which are much smaller than the traditional braces, and therefore give a better aesthetic look to the dental braces. Once you have braces installed, you will have to follow a diet regimen, and you will not be able to consume some foods and beverages.

The modus operandi of braces is quite simple. The braces apply continuous pressure to the teeth, and finally force them to take a shape naturally. The term of the braces can differ from person to person, as in what is the amount of dental recalibration needed. In very rare cases, braces might not be enough for the recalibration, and one might need to wear headgear overnight too. The typical timeframe that one needs to wear braces is one to three years. … Read the rest

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