If you want straight teeth, then braces are often the best way to go. This orthodontic device is a common treatment option for patients ages 7 to 15 to correct crooked or even overcrowded teeth. But today, even many adults are wearing braces for the numerous benefits they offer. Headaches, jaw discomfort, earaches, mouth breathing, and even sleep disorders may have a connection to the alignment of the teeth, so braces are more than just cosmetic. Once you’ve been fitted with the new appliance though, proper care of braces is important to maintain your overall oral health. Knowing what foods to avoid and maintaining effective oral hygiene habits will ensure that once your braces are removed you’ll have that bright, straight, and comfortable smile you’ve always dreamed of.
https://beecroftortho.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/26603582841_29085d5c2f_z.jpg 427 640 Matt Beecroft http://beecroftorthodontics.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/logo-new-demo1-300x64.png Matt Beecroft2017-01-03 17:31:502017-07-07 01:04:48Foods to Avoid While Wearing Braces