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I Have an Overbite | What Will Braces do? (5 ANSWERS)

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Everyone will eventually have to visit the dentist at some point in their lives. It is a good idea to get any potential problems looked at and corrected as early as possible. Getting braces used to be a big ordeal, but in recent years there have been incredible advances in orthodontic procedures and equipment. This article will go over common problems that can be correct by braces, as well as traditional braces and alternative options.

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Braces Color Wheel | Find The Best Color For You

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When you have braces, your orthodontist may need to have you wear special rubber bands that link the top and bottom jaws together. While these pieces of elastic look like they couldn’t possibly do much, the truth is that they play a huge role in the bite alignment phase of your orthodontic treatment. Since your orthodontist knows how important it is to make having orthodontic treatment fun, they may offer you a vast selection of colors that you can use to enhance the appearance of your appliances.

Since these rubber bands may be visible every time you smile, it just makes sense to treat them with the same level of care that you would any other accessory. The best part is that you can easily change up your look every time you replace a set of rubber bands. If you are wondering how to choose good color bands for your teeth, then you have come to the right place. The braces color wheel spans from neutral colors such as white to bright neon colors such as hot pink, and you can use this guide to start planning how to mix and match the right colors to bring out your best attributes.

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I Have Underbite and Don’t Want Surgery (What should I do?)

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I have a severe underbite and don’t want surgery. What should I do? An underbite is a type of fouled alignment that can be strictly dental or a more serious problem that involves the jaw. One of the most frequently asked questions by people who have underbites is, “Is it possible to fix my severe underbite without going through surgery?” Such prospects and patients also make comments such as, “I m afraid of surgery. Are there any other ways to fix my severe underbite?” The following text provides some answers to those questions and some additional information about underbite treatment.

 

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