What are the different parts of your braces and how do they work? What will they feel like and how do you take care of them? What are your responsibitiles as a patient (and parent)? The answers to these and other questions can be found by watching the video above and/or by clicking below to download the pdf. Also, feel free to contact us of should have any other questions. Getting a great orthodontic result takes a team effort. We promise that we will always do our part so now it's up to you to do your part so you can get a great smile in as short amount of time as as possible!
Playing Sports with Braces
Game, Set, Match. We have great news for athletes - you can still play sports even while undergoing orthodontic treatment! If you do play sports, it's recommended that you wear a mouthguard to protect your teeth, lips, cheeks and braces. Let your doctor know if you need help finding the right mouthguard for the best protection.
In case of a sports emergency, be sure to immediately check your mouth and braces for damage. If you notice any loose teeth or appliance damage, please contact our office right away. You can temporarily relieve the discomfort by applying wax and/or rinsing your mouth with warm saltwater.