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Offline Train Tracks

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Re: Modern orthodontics, or old school
« Reply #30 on: 05. November 2019, 04:55:42 AM »
May be taking you a little to seriously but it seems that you would need bite blocks or turbos to stop you from constantly wearing down all that glorious metal!

Offline michaelm

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Re: Modern orthodontics, or old school
« Reply #31 on: 15. May 2020, 19:48:02 PM »
Definitely old style. It's just way more embarrassing and they will feel much larger.

Offline surfreak

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Re: Modern orthodontics, or old school
« Reply #32 on: 15. May 2020, 20:39:05 PM »
I will give it a try after my dental checkup in two weeks and will consult an orthodontist.
There are some gaps, I want to get closed and still sometimes sore joints, due to pressing and grinding, while sleeping. So I‘m sure I will find somebody who will help me.
I will choose full metal braces and for sure no invisasomething.
Hopefully with some additions as headgear or similar, for at home.
A herbst would ve a dream, but I can‘t imagine that there will be any reason.
I‘ll let my self surprise.