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Offline Bracesluvr

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Re: Dream ortho treatment for your significant other
« Reply #15 on: 18. January 2018, 09:11:28 AM »
Switch to twin block appliances
Upper plate made super thick to fill the whole roof and incorporate an expansion screw in each appliance, both having a wire across the front teeth but still having an enormous tongue crib for full visibility as she speaks.

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Re: Dream ortho treatment for your significant other
« Reply #16 on: 20. January 2018, 20:15:56 PM »
I would now move to fixed expanders top and bottom with large tongue crib, adding a Herbst with steel crowns on top back molars and lower bicuspid. I would turn the expander key myself

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Re: Dream ortho treatment for your significant other
« Reply #17 on: 06. February 2018, 06:46:16 AM »
I would like to be char side as we removed and installed every appliance as well.
Seeing how she felt and how she responded to the new appliances would make me happy as well

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Re: Dream ortho treatment for your significant other
« Reply #18 on: 07. February 2018, 09:33:39 AM »
I would like to be char side as we removed and installed every appliance as well.
Seeing how she felt and how she responded to the new appliances would make me happy as well

I like that ^ "Bracesluvr" I would very much enjoy holding her hand for comfort especially when her embarrassment peaks when she tries to talk and it's all a heavyset lisp then sheer fear/humiliation when the vast headgear with heavy leather strap is installed then the high anxiety when she is told it's being wired in ????

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Re: Dream ortho treatment for your significant other
« Reply #19 on: 07. February 2018, 22:55:53 PM »
 classic metal braces on top and lower jaw with 2 molar bands each side, a tpa and bite turbos, which will cause a significant lisp. later at first two then up to fife elastics for at least one year ;D

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Re: Dream ortho treatment for your significant other
« Reply #20 on: 09. February 2018, 00:47:30 AM »
I wish to now remove the top and bottom expanders and take out the tongue crib and Herbst
We now move forward with a big and very bulky activator style bionator type 1 piece upper and lower appliance worn full time except eating time. Full plastic feeling over her whole mouth for a bit before we move on

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Re: Dream ortho treatment for your significant other
« Reply #21 on: 09. February 2018, 02:03:56 AM »
@Bracesluvr

You should write a story about what you would like to have done to your S/O. You already have the outline laid out in your posts. The story could be as short as a couple pages or as long as a novel.

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Re: Dream ortho treatment for your significant other
« Reply #22 on: 09. February 2018, 04:10:38 AM »
Hey "Braceface2015" that's not a bad idea. You could  talk about how your (significant) is going for an Ortho treatment so you set her up with a friend who does Ortho work for a great deal on a count of life long friendship. Significant is unaware and you are there to comfort her/him through what would be the most INTENSE and HARFCORE heavyduty orthodontia imaginable! You could have a killer time putting this story together and elaborating on all the heavy Ortho gear she/he will be forced to submit to.

Story Name "Heaven For Me Hell For Her"    lol

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Re: Dream ortho treatment for your significant other
« Reply #23 on: 12. February 2018, 18:03:42 PM »
I wish to now remove the top and bottom expanders and take out the tongue crib and Herbst
We now move forward with a big and very bulky activator style bionator type 1 piece upper and lower appliance worn full time except eating time. Full plastic feeling over her whole mouth for a bit before we move on

That would be nice!

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Re: Dream ortho treatment for your significant other
« Reply #24 on: 15. February 2018, 02:55:55 AM »
The 1 piece appliance is upper and lower combined as 1 thick acrylic appliance. I want it clear or pink clear so it “ blends in better”
I want her speech affected but the illusion that it’s barely noticeable.
She will spend a week or 2 getting comfortable with her new appliance. She stops trying to hide it and smiles like normal showing her mouthfull of plastic everyday as she talks and works while wearing it.
She hardly even notices it anymore after several months of full time wear. I am in heaven now.
She has no idea I had it made way bigger than usual, she is happy that it progresses to new treatment after the rounds of full mouth fixed appliances that were very hard to get used to. She has no clue that I have many more appliances getting made just for her

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Re: Dream ortho treatment for your significant other
« Reply #25 on: 16. February 2018, 21:20:49 PM »
Sounds like my activator (pic).
I know what you mean about her dealing with it, getting used to it and hardly noticing it any more.
Im not sure why, but its that sort of thing that really attracts me.

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Re: Dream ortho treatment for your significant other
« Reply #26 on: 17. February 2018, 00:42:39 AM »
Do you wear your activator all day?

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Re: Dream ortho treatment for your significant other
« Reply #27 on: 17. February 2018, 20:06:49 PM »
I have never done that. Anyway, its impossible to eat with it in.
I wear it all night sometimes.
I often wear my bite plate all day and, until I had a tooth out, I wore fake retainers for about 4 or 5 years non stop. They leave an odd gap now that means that food gets trapped.

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Re: Dream ortho treatment for your significant other
« Reply #28 on: 17. February 2018, 21:08:48 PM »
Where does the gap come from
Did your fake retainer have a fake tooth to hold the place?

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Re: Dream ortho treatment for your significant other
« Reply #29 on: 18. February 2018, 23:58:27 PM »
No. I had a molar taken out so there is a gap, second to back. When I wear the retainer the space is more pronounced as it is then surrounded on three sides. On two sides of the gap there are existing teeth and on the third side there is the plastic plate. so food gets trapped there. I do still wear it but not full time as I did.
Its not noticeable as it is near the back but I really want to get one with a tooth on it to fill the space. It will then be a partial denture of course. I can wear it legitimately rather than as a fake. I am not sure if that would change my feelings about wearing it. I don't think so.