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Frequently asked questions

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How long does orthodontic treatment last?

The duration of treatment varies depending on the condition, age, patient responsibility and compliance with the requirements of the orthodontist. On average, the treatment lasts between 1 and 3.5 years.

How to choose the type of braces?

Every manufacturer and every system has its advantages and disadvantages. The brackets are chosen together with the orthodontist, depending on the complexity of the case, the age of the patient, the number of visits involved, the aesthetic requirements.

How do I take care of my teeth when I wear braces?

The general rules of care are: the use of a special, orthodontic toothbrush, the use of the dental floss and the interdental brushes. After each food consumption it is necessary to perform the same rigorous hygiene of the oral cavity. It is recommended to refrain from foods that cause dental and periodontal diseases: flour, sweets, carbonated drinks, etc. It is also strictly forbidden to bite hard and sticky foods, they are recommended to be cut into small cubes or avoided. Chewing gum should be replaced with menthol candies.

Do stains remain on the teeth after braces are removed?

Neither in the case of mobilizable devices nor in the case of fixed ones, this risk does not exist. There will be no stains or traces of adhesive in the area where the brakes were applied. In rare cases, where dental hygiene has been poor, the places where the bacterial plaque has remained for a long time may change slightly in color, becoming whitish or yellowish-brown, but these stains can be easily removed.

Can I wear braces if I am pregnant?

Braces are not contraindicated in pregnancy. X-rays are contraindicated for the orthodontic file. The risk is only in the appearance of gingivitis, if dental hygiene is poor.

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