Braces...

Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by Nisha, Jan 30, 2005.

  1. Nisha

    Nisha Forlorn.

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    i have a few questions about them... my dentist said i need braces.. and well, whenever i think about needing them, i feel like i need them because i'll feel it in my mouth... but when i ignore it i just feel like my mouth and teeth are intact...

    i put a rubber band in between my teeth sometimes and it soothes me because i feel fine but...

    what would happen if i didnt get braces? would my condition worsen? have you ever ignored your dentist's intentions? because.. i dont know if he is just being a money sucker or just too conservative.. but would my teeth become deformed or something?

    arent there other methods of fixing yor teeth!? i dont wanna get braces...
     
  2. interval_illusion

    interval_illusion Deceased

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    are you paying?

    if not... get them.
     
  3. olhippie54

    olhippie54 Touch Of Grey Lifetime Supporter

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    Get them. Yes, things could get worse as you get older.
     
  4. Taylor

    Taylor Repatriated

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    definitely get them. its amazing what they can do. and afterwards, wear your retainer. seriously.
     
  5. Nisha

    Nisha Forlorn.

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    no im not paying but my parents willh ave too and.. its another saga hehe..



    oh god really!?!?! alright i'll go and tlak to them now.
     
  6. interval_illusion

    interval_illusion Deceased

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    i got them. had them on for two years. i love what they did to my teeth. :)

    however and this is sad to me :( i was only 14 when they were taken off and i didnt wear my retainor enough. so they have moved a little bit. :(
     
  7. olhippie54

    olhippie54 Touch Of Grey Lifetime Supporter

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    Taylor is right.
     
  8. Nisha

    Nisha Forlorn.

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    oh.. yeah but you were 14? i'll be like.. 17when they are removed... haha.. i dont want it in the way of my prom

    well, not realyl but.. man i jsut cant bare it...
     
  9. interval_illusion

    interval_illusion Deceased

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    i was supposed to wear my retainer during the day for about two months... you can make an exception for a few days.


    the rest was just to sleep.
     
  10. Nisha

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    "we can't afford it" said my mother..

    well that is kind.
     
  11. Nisha

    Nisha Forlorn.

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    im gonna get a consultation from an orthodontist.

    thanks people
     
  12. antithesis

    antithesis Hello

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    I had braces for 3 1/2 years and now I have a permanent retainer on the back of them. And even though it sucked, I am glad that I did. I feel a lot more comfortable now that I no longer have psychotic teeth, but I don't know how bad your teeth are so it's really just up to you.
     
  13. loveturtle

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    Perhaps if your mom can't afford it, your mom & dad & other relatives could share the cost. From what I know, as people age, their teeth (even healthy teeth) become more & more crooked. However, people who have had braces at a young age retain comparatively even, straight teeth as they age. It's probably better to get braces now rather than a decade or two from now. By the way, I'm sure that your date for the prom will find you attractive, and he will consider himself thrilled to be taking you to the prom, even though you might have braces. Good luck, Nisha.
     

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