I had traditional braces and he just like every month when I came in just made sure that everything was going good and changed my wires. And originally I had a tooth in the middle of my mouth and then I … it’s now in the front and everything. It was really smooth. Like I thought it was going to be very crazy because my teeth were awful, but he actually made it really smooth and it went a little bit longer than we thought but that’s because things came up that we didn’t know were going to come up and like I had baby teeth that had never fallen out so he had to pull those.
And so I think it just was like it went longer but they came out better because it went longer. In the beginning I didn’t want to take pictures. My dad had printed a picture on a blanket for my mouth. I was like, “No, that’s not going to work.” I don’t like smile and now like I’m always smiling and I’m a lot more happier and confident like in school or in public.
I would recommend here because they are just always so nice and everything they do comes out fantastic. You won’t regret coming because they’re … they tell you if something’s going to hurt and usually nine times out of 10 it doesn’t hurt. You don’t feel anything. If you’re looking for somewhere where you’re going to be relaxed, calm and everybody’s nice, this is a really nice place to come to.
Dealing with bad breath can be an embarrassing problem. To help your bad breath while you are at home, we’re offering a few tips to relieve the problem.
- Stay hydrated. If you aren’t drinking enough water, you aren’t getting rid of the food particles and bacteria that are in your mouth. This can lead to breath problems!
- Eat fruits and vegetables. Apples, carrots, and celery are examples of fruits and veggies that produce saliva that helps clear away bacteria. Others that are Vitamin C-rich can also help with bad breath.
- Floss regularly. Flossing removes food particles trapped in your teeth that can cause bad breath.
- Chew sugar-free gum. Gum is a great way to freshen your breath! Make sure you chew sugar-free gum to avoid the unhealthy impact of sugar on your teeth.
If your bad breath problems persist, you’ll want to come to see us for an examination. Bad breath can often be the result of an underlying oral health issue, like gum disease.