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BRACES!!! will my teeth get loose and fall down...

Many of the patients ask now a days . will my teeth become loose and fall down if, i get the braces? the answer is a NO!!!!!!


 As soon as you get the braces the forces upon the teeth makes it to move which gives a feeling of it getting loose and looks like eventually it will fall down.Its a normal way of tooth movement in order to achieve treatment success.

Force level varies from patient to patient. If someone is having Gingivitis ( inflammation of gums) then the force level has to be kept low in order to achieve maximum clinical results with minimal side effects. Our 'ORTHODONTIST IN ROHINI' make sure to treat every patient accordingly.

we can't deny the fact that small changes occur after the placement of braces. the force level that is exerted on the root of the teeth will make a small amount of resorption, but that is negligible.
If one is using heavy forces (that should not be used), or some times it happen that patient insist for heavy forces as patient feel more amount of force means more space closure. but this is not the fact, instead it leads to worsening of the condition. so both Dentist and Patient should avoid this enthusiasm.

In short ,YES small changes occurs in shape and length of root in almost all patients but on the basis of research we can say that these changes are very minute that it cant be visualized to the naked eye.                          
   BRACES DON'T MAKE TEETH LOOSE!!!!


However  patient with braces should always be in communication with their  Orthodontist in order to get the correct advice regarding their thoughts.

This article is written in public interest by Dr. Kapil Saroha

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