Ensuring that you end up with a beautiful new smile and straight teeth at the end of treatment, it’s very important that you look after your teeth and mouth while wearing braces. After all, having your braces off is a big deal which can be emotional and it is certainly life-changing! The team at Newbury Orthodontic Centre are always very excited to share in this experience and celebrate with the patients when the big day arrives,and the braces are finally removed. Below is a list of very important instructions that need to be followed during treatment to ensure that perfect outcome.
Protecting your teeth during brace treatment and after the braces are removed can certainly reduce the risk of damaging the teeth and your smile. Sporting injuries to the teeth whether at school or for leisure are very common and can be very distressing and upsetting to everyone if they occur. Newbury Orthodontic Centre is able to provide mouthguards when brace treatment starts and when treatment finishes so let’s protect those teeth!
It is essential during brace treatment that you continue to see your general dentist regularly. After all, they are experts in dealing with dental problems like tooth-decay and gum-disease. Visits to the dental hygienist can also be very useful to those patients who struggle to maintain that essential level of tooth cleanliness during treatment. They are great at guiding you in the correct way to look after the teeth and gums so that everything is protected, and that new smile is perfect at the end of treatment.
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