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Traumatic Injuries as a Result of Braces

Traumatic Injuries of Head and Neck with Orthodontic Braces

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It is quite possible for you to sustain head and neck injuries when you are undergoing an orthodontic treatment. Though you will be as careful, there are chances of you getting hit in the mouth, or sustaining injuries to your face. Orthodontic braces may make your teeth, the gums and bones supporting it and the surrounding soft tissues more vulnerable to damage. If you have sustained any sort of injury, each of these aspects will have to be evaluated by the best orthodontist around.

Possible Damage you may Sustain

Once you begin orthodontic treatment, you will go about your life as normal. However, it is possible that you sustain some injuries. Take a look at some of the possible injuries and the implications:

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Better Late than Never

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Smile Quote No. 28: If you don’t Start the Day with a Smile, it’s not too Late to Start Practicing for Tomorrow

It’s never too late to get that smile you have always dreamed about. If crooked or misaligned teeth make you too self-conscious to smile and you turn your head away in embarrassment when you want to share the humor of someone’s joke, then it is time to pay a visit to Beecoft Orthodontics, especially if you live in Fredericksburg, VA.  Dr. Matt Beecroft has the experience to make that lifelong dream of a lovely straight smile come true through the use of braces fitted on your teeth. It only takes a few months to straighten your teeth. You may have wondered how this invention can control the natural movement in your teeth.

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The Aesthetic Transformation

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Smile Quote No. 27: I have a Tickle in my Brain and it Keeps Making the Corners of my Mouth Point towards the Heavens

Dr. Matt Beecroft of Beecroft Orthodontics in Fredericksburg, VA has created my great smile. Before following one of his treatment programs I was actually ashamed to smile because my front teeth were so badly aligned that when I opened my mouth I could feel the stares of alarm. I was well in my 30s by that time and really thought it was far too late to do anything about it. After doing some research I discovered that you don’t need to be a teenager to get your teeth straightened but there were so many orthodontic appliances available for every age group and at a reasonable cost too.

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Smile; It’s Free

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Smile Quote No. 15: A Smile Is an Inexpensive Way to Change Your Looks

The market today is saturated with various kinds of make ups, accessories, clothes, bags, and etc. Most men and women are preoccupied as to what shirt to buy, which shoes look best, or which clothes are prettier. Although, you can’t blame them as it is the trend nowadays. However, aside from buying designer clothes, shoes, and bags, there are other things you can do in order to look better.

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Cost of Traditional Metal Braces

How much do Traditional Metal Braces Cost?

If you’ve ever wondered about braces for yourself or your child, one of the first questions that probably came to your mind is: How much do they cost?

To find out the exact cost of braces, consider a few variables: treatment length, complexity of the case and insurance.

Someone who has had orthodontic work as a child but forgot to wear his retainer may just need some minor tweaks. Orthodontists often fix those with a retainer or a couple months of braces.

 

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Is Jaw Straightening Affordable?

What is the Cost to Straighten Out a Jaw?

Sometimes, for the best aesthetic and functional results, a patient may requires a jaw surgery.

Let’s explore if you are a candidate for a surgery; what to expect and the cost of treatment.

Are you a Candidate for a Jaw Surgery?

Orthodontists can fix many imbalances especially on a growing pre-teen or child. We often see people who have jaw imbalances, where their lower jaw is growing too much or not enough as compared to their upper jaw; or their upper jaw is not as wide as their lower jaw. These skeletal imbalances have nothing to do with the position of the teeth.

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