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braces


Question Posted Thursday July 12 2012, 4:53 pm

hey does braces hurt when they take them off?!?!?!


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x0xqtpiex0 answered Thursday July 12 2012, 8:30 pm:
The person below me is right about the pain, it does hurt. However, I don't recommend painkillers. It's completely unnecessary. The pain is not unbearable. There is a slight tugging when they pull off the brace, and then they just clean the glue. I'm pretty sure the part that bothered me the most was them cleaning because my mouth was open for so long but that's about it. You'll be fine.

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whatssunny answered Thursday July 12 2012, 6:45 pm:
Braces do hurt when they are removed. The whole process of having them on, off, adjusted and getting used toto your retainer all are painful and awkward.
The worst part for me however, was molding my teeth with the putty as a reference for my retainer. It was uncomfortable and i panicked becuase i couldn't breathe, during this part remember to breathe through your nose!
All in all, you'll be relieved when it's over. Just take some painkillers before you go in and probably throughout the day.

My orthodontist recommends painkillers bc you've had braces on for however long and after, you don't have that tension anymore so your mouth is sore. It also hurts to chew pretty much anything so if you'd like to eat more than pudding and ice cream, they help.

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