Will My Lips Look Bigger after I Get My Braces Removed?
“What will braces do to my lips?” This is a common question asked when considering the use of braces. In reality, braces are seen as lifesavers. People who have used it for over a year are the ones who can appreciate their importance over short time users. Braces do not only help provide proper shape to your dental structure, but they also help in shaping peoples careers. Thanks to the professional orthodontists who ensure that the right braces are uniquely placed to patients who need them. They have made people become more fulfilled with their lives with what they do. Gone are the days when wearing braces makes someone feel odd. Celebrities have also been spotted having them on, and people are feeling much better wearing it in the 21st century.
The beauty of braces is in their results. Braces will not only help you have a better bite, but it will also help you to get a straight smile. It will also ensure that you have a good teeth alignment that anyone can desire. For this to be done, you will have to spend some money to achieve good results.
Nowadays, the most endearing asset you can have on your face is your smile. You become more approachable when you smile and it allows you to show how confident you are. However, smiling can also be a problem to some people especially to those who have overbites where their top teeth protrude.
A mild overbite is not easy to notice, but large overbites can be spotted easily. It makes someone feel uncomfortable to the point of having a desire to change their appearance. Regardless of what type of overbite one has, wanting to go for orthodontic treatments is understandable. In fact, any type of dental correction will definitely affect your facial structure. As for the question, “what will happen to my lips after braces?” Your lips look will depend primarily on your traits; it is important to understand the effects that braces can have on your smile before undergoing treatment.
Dr. Michael McDermott earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in both Chemistry and Biology from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. He followed his undergraduate degrees with a doctorate in dental surgery at the University of Minnesota, where he graduated with highest distinction.
Dr. Mike then furthered his dental education by earning a masters and certificate in Orthodontics at the University of St. Louis in Missouri.