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Do Braces Make Your Lips Look Bigger

Do Braces Make Your Lips Look Bigger, Change Your Face or Jawline Shape? 

“Do braces make your lips bigger after you get them removed?” This is one of the common questions asked by patients when they’re considering having their teeth worked on.

The use of braces is a popular way to straighten misaligned teeth and improve oral health. In addition to the potential cosmetic benefits of braces, many people are interested in changes to their jawline and face shape as well. This article examines how braces can affect the jawline and face shape, as well as some before and after photos to see how they may affect you.

Additionally, braces can affect the shape of the lips. It is possible for the lips to look uneven or disproportionate when teeth are misaligned. A symmetrical and balanced look for the lips can be achieved by straightening the teeth with braces. A straightened smile can greatly improve the appearance of the lips, especially when the teeth had previously been crowding or overlapping. People’s mouths and facial structures are unique, and the exact effect of braces on the lips will differ depending on their individual mouths and facial structures.

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Understanding the Parts of Braces

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Braces 101 – Understanding the parts that are involved in your braces is very important to making sure that you can follow an orthodontist’s instructions.

It may take some time to learn the various parts that make up your braces but small adjustments, as well as concerns that might come up over the course of your treatment, need to be identified and completed properly.

By being able to properly name these parts you can describe any problems that might happen over your braces journey and also make small adjustments to avoid future orthodontist visits, or impeding your progress.

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Can You Eat Pizza With Braces

Can You Eat Pizza With Braces? Yes But Avoid Crusts

CAN YOU EAT PIZZA WITH BRACES? Yes, of course! As long as you avoid tough crusts, as well as sticky and stringy toppings, and take small, careful bites, you will be able to enjoy it.

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Do Byte Aligners Live Up to the Hype?

Introduction to Byte, Why the Hype?

 

Byte creates invisible aligners through artificial intelligence.

Byte’s technology is based on an algorithm that scans your teeth, maps the tooth-to-tooth and jawbone-to-jawbone connections, and then creates a personalized treatment plan.

The company was acquired by Dentsply for $1 Billion with the goal of making braces cool again.

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Do Braces Change Your Jawline

Do Braces Change Your Jawline?

A question that is often asked is do braces change/fix your jawline?
Once you begin wearing braces, your teeth will shift and change. Not only can they improve the shape of your mouth by moving them into better positions for chewing food properly but over time it may give you a more attractive jawline and smile.
So let’s start from the beginning.

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How Do Braces Change Your Face Structure

Your first visit to the orthodontist is the perfect time to ask questions that you’ve been wondering about such as “Do braces change your face?”

It’s only natural to want to look your best, and it only takes looking at a few before and after pictures of orthodontic treatment to make it clear how much a straighter smile can affect a person’s appearance.

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What Do Dentists Know that Most People Don't

What Do Dentists Know that Most People Don’t?

Dentists spend eight years of their lives meticulously studying teeth. Four years to earn a bachelor’s degree as an undergraduate and four years to earn a DDS or DMD in dental school.

If they specialize, they’ll also need to complete a dental residency of a further two to three years, with oral and maxillofacial surgery requiring between four to six years.

They are the experts in dental care, and even though we all know that healthy teeth belong to a healthy person – dentists have extra knowledge about your oral health because they’ve studied it for so long!

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Do We Remove Wisdom Teeth for Braces?

Do We Remove Wisdom Teeth for Braces?

It is possible to go through orthodontic treatment even if you already have your wisdom teeth. Your third molars are no different than the other teeth that need braces, and it’s not uncommon for impacted wisdom tooth extractions to happen during an orthodontist appointment anyway!

Wisdom teeth are teeth that we all have. Your teen years will see newcomers in the mouth. Sometimes there is not enough room for them and this can cause crowding. This is where you may need orthodontics. In this post, we’ll take you the facts on wisdom teeth and how to correct issues gained from them. Let’s get going.

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Why We Have Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are the third molars created in humans, but they’re not always welcome. Back in our ancestors’ day wisdom teeth were necessary because a person could lose other ones from trauma or decay and

How to Alleviate Discomfort After Putting on Braces

How to Alleviate Discomfort After Putting on Braces in 5 Easy Ways

Are you thinking of straightening your teeth in order to have a beautiful smile and wondering how to ease discomfort from braces?

The truth is that the process of getting orthodontics affixed to your teeth isn’t painful, but you may have some discomfort for the first week after your initial appointment as well as when the wires are adjusted at follow-up appointments. The good news is that there are things you can do to help ease the discomfort while your gums adjust to the increased pressure.

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How Much Are Braces?

The Cost of Braces

How much are braces?

Your final cost for braces will depend on several factors, including:

  •  Your age
  •  The degree of your malocclusion or misalignment
  •  Your health dental insurance policy
  •  Additional dental work you may need
  •  The type of braces you select

During your initial visit, your dentist or orthodontist will thoroughly examine your teeth to determine the scope of work that you need. You’ll then be provided with a detailed breakdown that will specify the amount of work to be done and your final cost.

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