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Orthodontic appliances for children and their importance for your child's oral health

Orthodontic appliances for children and their importance for your child's oral health

The idea of ​​placing an appliance in children brings painful memories of a "metal mouth". Provocations, food caught in brackets for days on end, and the painful adjustments made every few weeks ...

Parents, you can relax! Thanks to some incredible advances in technology the appliances your kids will use are lighter, more attractive and more comfortable than those old appliances you remember. They even work faster, so children do not need to use them for a long time.

Because the devices have become more accessible, they are more popular, which means that practically every child in the school will use them. Fun variations like metal and colored elastics can even transform the old "metallic smile" in a cool fashion.

Depending on the severity of biting and alignment of teeth, some children may opt for transparent devices, made of plastic or ceramic color material of the teeth. Although transparent appliances are less visible than metal ones, they are usually more expensive and take longer to operate, so it is a fair trade.

Appliances can present many challenges and clearly one of the less pleasurable parts is when they are tight. The good news is that modern wires are stronger and durable, meaning fewer visits to the orthodontist for adjustments.

One thing has not changed: The need for good oral hygiene to avoid caries while using the appliance.


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