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Re: Story: Managing a Metal Mouth [Book 3] Alecia
« Reply #30 on: 31. October 2020, 06:39:46 AM »
Oh wow 2 brand new appliances in one story! She really does have quite the mouthful! I feel like I'd want to hear more about the newest addition to her mouth, just cause I'm not totally sure how it works quite yet!

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Re: Story: Managing a Metal Mouth [Book 3] Alecia
« Reply #31 on: 09. November 2020, 16:14:27 PM »
Can’t wait for the next chapter

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Re: Story: Managing a Metal Mouth [Book 3] Alecia
« Reply #32 on: 13. November 2020, 08:37:26 AM »
Smooth like Heaven, it's

Chapter 7  ;D

As I'm slowly walked back towards the clinic's waiting area, one of the students introduces herself as Caroline. She stands out as one of the taller students, sporting the same polo bearing the university's logo, her strawberry blonde hair held securely in a neat ponytail. She asks how the appliances feel in my mouth, and if I've had any discomfort since getting the appliances installed. The remaining charcuterie of students join her as others parrot her questions, suddenly interested in my comfort. Not impressed with their blatantly faux concern, I turn Caroline to answer her only.

Thinking about it, my braces have only felt great since I've gotten them. I know this is because of my headgear's specific configuration, but even the newer appliances such as the springs and metal frames suspending my jaws apart, and the rows of metal and plastic lining my jaws, the way everything fit so snuggly and tightly together felt really good. The thick mess of leather straps holding my headgear to the crown of my head down to the back of my neck made me feel better. Everything felt secure, and strangely I felt safe knowing the appliances weren't removable. I felt safe knowing I couldn't take them off.

"Eehy pheel gooh. Ligh shhicyerr."
My hands motion around my bright red headgear straps.

Caroline seems to understand as she excitedly writes into a tiny notebook, seemingly a little more at ease knowing I wasn't feeling any discomfort. No doubt Dr. Sinclair had talked about how the pressure applied by the facebows welded into my mouth was helping with the pain, but Caroline probably wanted to ask me for herself to make sure. She thanks me and I give my biggest smile.

Dr. Sinclair recommends I stay in the waiting area for a bit before leaving the clinic, noticing I'm still a bit wobbly from the behavioral modification. As I enter the waiting area, I notice a large poster mounted to the wall near the entrance, facing the reception desk. It displays an outline of brightly colored red appliances, warning patients of what awaits them if they aren't compliant with what their treatments demand. Was that there last Tuesday?

As I walk towards the reception desk, I can already feel multiple eyes glued to my red headgear straps. I hear a mother whispering to her son about wearing his headgear, no doubt my appliances are inducing a healthy dose of fear into would-be-uncompliant patients. I reach the reception desk only to be greeted by the same nice girl sporting the cute purple bands and herbst scopes.

"Hi again Sweetheart! What's the name?"

I suck back saliva
"Ahyeeshhuh Shhuheshhth"

"Try again Sweety. Take your time."

More drool. I suck back once more and wipe beneath my bottom lip with the sleeve of my sweater.
"Aahyleeshhah Shhuhyleshhth"

"Very good Alecia. We'll see you again in two weeks!"
She smiles warmly and hands me a light blue slip of paper with my next appointments' date, along with my name highlighted in red. I shakily find myself a seat against one of the walls facing the inner rows of chairs. Once I'm seated, I unzip the bib pocket of my bright yellow overalls to retrieve my phone, replacing it with the appointment slip, now neatly folded. Pressing the home button, I notice a few hours have gone by, but it's still early afternoon. I guess I'll have time to walk around the shops on the inside of the mall. For some reason, even though I now have yet another new appliance, the idea of walking around that clothing store doesn't seem as scary. Or maybe scary isn't the right word. The idea of it seems exciting I guess?

I swipe to open my phone's camera to get a better look at my new appliance. As the screen finishes loading, I'm once again shocked by the new look. I only got my braces, headgear, and glasses a week ago, but they look so natural on me. I turn my attention to my newest addition. Holding my facebows apart, a set of metal framing connected to spring-wrapped scopes line the inner sections of both of my facebows. Attached at multiple clasps on each facebow, even welded on the outer sections, these metal frames almost blend in with the facebows, while the scopes look a bit like the herbst appliances further in my mouth, accept these are wrapped in tightly coiled springs, applying ample force to both of my jaws. The spring-wrapped scopes seem to be the only parts of this new appliance that aren't directly cemented to the rest of my mouth. I can spot a section of the top and bottom frames that extend past the facebows and hook onto my archwires. My archwires! I notice that instead of a rounded wire, they're now square shaped with four sharp corners stretching the length of the two archwires. Now a little more coherent, I practice closing my mouth, and with great difficulty, I can hear the springs loudly squeaking and clicking as I manage opening and closing my shiny metal bound mouth. Relaxing my jaws, I notice my mouth is held intimately open for the world to see, my assortment of hooks and even the tongue crib made painfully obvious. Putting my phone back into the bib pocket of my overalls, I notice my fellow compliance case is nowhere to be seen. No doubt he went home, still embarrassed with his novel look. I'm certain in a few appointments he'll be having a better time. I decide to try standing again now that I'm a little less loopy. Finding myself perfectly steady, I decide a stroll around the mall isn't a bad idea at all! I think that clothing store will be a nice start, though I'm bound to get plenty of looks. I suck back saliva as a stream of drool creeps down my chin. Part of me is actually excited to be seen!

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Re: Story: Managing a Metal Mouth [Book 3] Alecia
« Reply #33 on: 14. November 2020, 01:18:18 AM »
Another great chapter! Caroline seems like she could be an interesting character, if she comes back!

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Re: Story: Managing a Metal Mouth [Book 3] Alecia
« Reply #34 on: 14. November 2020, 04:24:18 AM »
Thanks for this most recent chapter and the whole story! I'm enjoying it a lot!

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Re: Story: Managing a Metal Mouth [Book 3] Alecia
« Reply #35 on: 17. November 2020, 11:50:16 AM »
I'm really enjoying this story.  The way you did the restaurant scene in Chapter 4 was so well done.

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Re: Story: Managing a Metal Mouth [Book 3] Alecia
« Reply #36 on: 22. November 2020, 16:37:18 PM »
We all cant wait for,

Chapter 8

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Re: Story: Managing a Metal Mouth [Book 3] Alecia
« Reply #37 on: 22. November 2020, 19:27:07 PM »
I agree a great story so far with 2 of my favorite fetishes namely braces and glasses

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Re: Story: Managing a Metal Mouth [Book 3] Alecia
« Reply #38 on: 07. December 2020, 19:20:05 PM »
Can’t wait for the next chapter

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Re: Story: Managing a Metal Mouth [Book 3] Alecia
« Reply #39 on: 12. December 2020, 09:15:51 AM »
Hello hello friends!

It's been a turbulent past few weeks for yours truly. I'd like to make it known that I do have at least one other chapter in the works for this story, as well as new story being developed. Thank you all very much for the kinds words and encouragement! I hope you're all doing well. If any of you lovely folks do happen to think of something you'd like to see in the next story, please feel free to let me know!  ;D

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Re: Story: Managing a Metal Mouth [Book 3] Alecia
« Reply #40 on: 12. December 2020, 23:04:09 PM »
Can't wait!

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Re: Story: Managing a Metal Mouth [Book 3] Alecia
« Reply #41 on: 14. December 2020, 07:52:33 AM »
Sorry I'm late! Here's

Chapter 8


Exiting the clinic, I'm hit with a familiar gust from my former adversary. With the glare of the sun as its aid, I instinctively squint, my expression drawing my lips further apart, revealing my menagerie of metal to passerby's. I spot the light of the sun snaking across my top facebow, magnified by the thick framed glasses locked to my headgear straps. The brisk wind artfully balances the heat of the full sun, adorning the outdoor section of the shopping mall with a complexion of adventure and zeal. As I begin to wonder across wide sidewalks towards the inner section of the mall containing the winsome clothing store, I scan the rim of the outdoor park, looking for other shops along the malls inner wall that might draw my interest.

The lights of an arcade logo dazzle the tiled sidewalks sat in front of open doors as cadres of teenagers and parents dragged along by children happily sprint about its interior. I make out a larger sign, flaunting strangely shaped colorful letters above an entrance to a roller skating rink. Sections of the interior open to twisting paths integrated with the outside sections I was navigating now, the paths lined with small statues and water features resembling iconic characters ranging from sports mascots to older TV characters, each with slight weathering, distorting their forms to the very edge of uncanny. Maybe roller skating would be better with a friend.

Finally, I spot a modern looking food court, furnished with simplistic color patterns of soft green, off white and beige. Clashing with the simplistic palette are various signs displaying a plethora of distinct food brands from an Italian pizza place, to an Italian sandwich place, and to my surprise, a Greek barbeque, among various others, each integrated into the building itself.

As the various smells of food reach me, I catch myself picking at my newest appliance, now coated in the same laminate of drool as the others, despite being outside of my mouth. I run my fingers across the damp metal springs enwrapping the scopes that separate my facebows. I feel the breeze twirl my pigtails, and the sections of my hair that see the sky are slightly cooler than those held securely by my bright red leather headgear straps. I suck back saliva as I begin to feel a stream of drool attempting to escape past my lips. I squeeze my jaws closed against the force of the springs, deliberating my next move. The food court? or the clothing store?

If I'm to take the route most visible, I'll have to attempt speaking to order my food, only to venture into the new territory of eating with my new appliance, in front of dozens of strangers, all without the support of Mom. The very thought is exhilarating!

If I continue my path towards the quaint clothing store, I'm bound catch even more attention, as there are more people indoors, not to mention the judgement of fashion conscious shop-goers who'll also be perusing the stock. The idea of having to awkwardly maneuver my headgear bound head through my sweater to try on clothes, all while for certain being the talk of the store as I pick what to try on while out of the dressing room had me enraptured!

I can't help but smile just thinking about it!  ;D

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Re: Story: Managing a Metal Mouth [Book 3] Alecia
« Reply #42 on: 14. December 2020, 20:11:53 PM »
I've added the latest chapter to TheArchive.

That is a rather unusual treatment and nice reaction to it.

I look forward to the next installment of the series.

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Re: Story: Managing a Metal Mouth [Book 3] Alecia
« Reply #43 on: 04. January 2021, 19:31:44 PM »
Loving this series! Cant wait for the next chapter