An orthodontist is a specialist in straightening teeth and aligning jaws. They have advanced training in orthodontics and spend 100% of their time helping patients achieve healthier smiles and better self-esteem by identifying, preventing and treating bad bites (malocclusions).
Once you have braces, you will have a few diet restrictions. Wire and bracket braces, for example, will require you to avoid sticky, hard, or crunchy foods that could loosen, damage, or break the braces.To keep your braces in excellent condition avoid eating gum, candy and hard foods.
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Para mantener tus brackets en excelentes condiciones evita comer chicles, caramelos y alimentos duros.
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Your health and smile, deserve the best. An orthodontist needs an additional 3 years of education, besides dental school, to specialize in treating the growth and care of your teeth and jaw. Put your trust in a professional with the proper training. ... See MoreSee Less