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Braces or Aligners (Which is the right one for you?)

From wiry, metallic braces to high-end invisible mouthpieces, the world of dentistry has surely evolved. With technology advancing so fast, orthodontic companies have been keeping up with their new inventions that are better than the traditional ones we’re all familiar with. One of the new lines of inventions is the “invisible” teeth-correctors. The most popular of this invisible line is the linguals and aligners. Both of which have massive differences but have the same main purpose: to straighten out teeth and to be invisible.

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Do (Behind The Teeth) Braces Hurt?

These dental appliances offer a means of straightening teeth without anyone knowing you are doing it. They are placed on the tongue side of the teeth thus hiding them from view. Here is what you need to know about these dental apertures.

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Where Do Lingual Braces Fit In With [Today’s] Orthodontist?

A Little Historical Perspective – Braces on teeth did not begin when you or your friends were teenagers with “platinum smiles.” Today’s orthodontists come from a long history of success in adjusting teeth for beauty and practical daily function.

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Braces (Am I a Good Lingual Candidate?)

You may have heard of a new type of orthodontic treatment. It goes much the same as the traditional type; utilizing brackets and wires to move teeth into alignment. But, alas, these braces mentioned herein are placed on the rear side of the teeth. Yes. That’s the back of your teeth. Read on for the lowdown on whether you are a good lingual candidate.

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7 Things You Should Know About Lingual Braces

Not all braces are created equally, nor do they all require a mouthful of metal. Lingual braces are one option that is well-suited to those looking for a discreet method for straightening their smile. The following are a few things you should know as you determine whether these are the right choice for you. Read more

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ELOS Spotlight (Proudly Presents) – The Exchange Dental Group

Accordingly, ELOS has members from across the USA and Canada. In our monthly Spotlight series, we present each member, giving the spotlight to their personality and expertise in orthodontics. Read on and learn about Dr. Robert Weeman at The Exchange Dental Group, expert orthodontists in New York.

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Lingual Braces (Discover The Amazing Truth)

UPDATED 29-9-18

Once upon a time, if you needed braces, you only had one option – the sort that tended to get kids called “metal mouth.” Made from metal, attached to the teeth and glaringly obvious, many people avoided this treatment despite its benefits for all ages. Advances in orthodontia mean that today you have multiple options, one of which is lingual braces. Read more

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Lingual Braces (Behind the Teeth Braces)

Lingual Braces: effective and discreet straightening with braces behind the teeth. There has come a time where you can straighten your smile and correct minor jaw alignment issues without anyone ever knowing. Certainly, there is a multitude of orthodontic treatments that you can use to achieve the desired result. That result is a smile worthy of your life. A smile you can be proud of and one to show off, instead of hiding your happiness behind your lips. The cherry on the cake is pictures of you without you hiding your teeth. Well…the time is indeed here for you to change your smile and do it without causing anyone to notice.

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3 Celebrities Who Wore Lingual Braces (2018)

UPDATED 26-7-18

Above all, lingual orthodontics has a perfect new straightening option for adults or teens. Lingual technology offers one of the newest solutions in the orthodontic field, and celebrities are using it.  Read more

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Will the Orthodontist Remove My Braces [due to Decalcification?]

Do you have braces and recently noticed white spots on your teeth? These white spots are the decalcification areas on your teeth where plaque has stayed for a long time without being cleaned off by brushing.  These can easily be prevented with twice daily brushing. So you might wonder: will the orthodontist take your braces off due to the decalcification? More likely than not, your orthodontist will remove your braces to prevent further damage to your teeth if they feel as though your brushing habits have not improved.

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