Your teeth can move out of place throughout your life after getting orthodontic treatment of braces or aligners. It is necessary to prevent your teeth from shifting after removing the braces or aligners. Your orthodontist will fit you for retainers after removing your braces. Retainers are the orthodontic appliances that help your teeth to remain in a new position after your orthodontic treatment of braces or aligners.There are two types of retainers to choose from: Removable and Permanent retainers.
Removable retainers are the orthodontic appliances you wear in your mouth for several hours every day. These retainers are removable, which means you can remove them for eating, brushing, and flossing.
Removable retainers come in two types:
Benefits of removable retainers
Permanent retainers are for those patients who get intense orthodontic treatment and need extra care to protect the teeth from shifting back to their original position. The orthodontist will glue a wire to the back of them. There are different types of bonded wire retainers, and your orthodontist's suggestion will depend on the condition of your bite, alignment, and your comfort preferences.
Benefits of permanent retainers
Retainers are essential in orthodontic care because they keep your teeth aligned. Aside from the confidence boost, having a beautiful smile might help you avoid dental issues. There are several solutions for straightening your teeth, and it is essential to explore them and see what you can accomplish.
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