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Offline lms24

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Re: Which parts of braces are the most interesting for you?
« Reply #15 on: 18. May 2012, 19:09:13 PM »
For me it is the plastic of retainers. I've only worn such a retainer once but it was a very nice experience. I think the more and the thicker the plastic is, the more interesting it gets....

Offline elenahg

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Re: Which parts of braces are the most interesting for you?
« Reply #16 on: 18. May 2012, 19:26:55 PM »
i love the plastics of aktivator and the hg straps

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Re: Which parts of braces are the most interesting for you?
« Reply #17 on: 21. May 2012, 01:26:58 AM »
It flows from one thing to the next.  Initially, it's always the upper front teeth and the junction between the metal and the tooth.  I often wonder how hard people initially test to see how strong the bracket is stuck to the tooth, or if they even care.  Obviously those with a popped off bracket know exactly how strong it is (was).  Then I think the back near the molar bands.  It deeply perturbs me when the brackets don't go all the way to the back.  It's like they're not even trying.  One thing I remember seeing in my childhood often but almost never see now are bite plates with ball hooks in the front that rest under the archwire.  The physics between the elastic ligatures and the wire also is amazing.   I get mad at self-ligating brackets. 

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Re: Which parts of braces are the most interesting for you?
« Reply #18 on: 03. January 2013, 19:16:35 PM »
I like metal brackets on women (not girls) who have larger teeth that aren't overpowered by the brackets. I like  it when their teeth are very straight because the woman is near the end of treatment. If the woman is pretty and use makeup skillfully it's amazingly attractive! I like women with big, relaxed, confident smiles, especially when the smile is wide enough to show the bottom braces. I also enjoy triangular elastics between the incisors that show when their mouth is open. Very cool!

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Re: Which parts of braces are the most interesting for you?
« Reply #19 on: 06. January 2013, 11:44:24 AM »
Traditional metal brackets with clear powerchains...a nice bit of confused wire around canine hooks is all good. Must be upper and lower of course :)

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Re: Which parts of braces are the most interesting for you?
« Reply #20 on: 15. January 2013, 18:47:36 PM »
Most definitely HG, or more precisely the extraoral part, both the outer bow and the strap, whether cervical or high pull. The most interesting part, if I have to choose, though, is where the wire comes out of the mouth, especially when the mouth is shut. Hated wearing it myself, though...

Intraorally, it would be elastics - the more the better. In particular, though, elastics going across the front teeth, or going from one side to the other.

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Re: Which parts of braces are the most interesting for you?
« Reply #21 on: 31. August 2013, 10:17:54 AM »
Regular Metal braces

Elastic at the corner of the mouth
Powerchain on both top and bottom-silver coloured

complete with a combo headgear (facebow is really important)

PS a pair of herbst would really help too.

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Re: Which parts of braces are the most interesting for you?
« Reply #22 on: 31. August 2013, 11:15:16 AM »
Sorry, I don't know how to quote but Combo Headgear and herbst would be a dream come true.
Making out with a facebow with biteplate attachment and herbst would be so exciting  ::)

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Re: Which parts of braces are the most interesting for you?
« Reply #23 on: 13. December 2013, 16:36:57 PM »
I find  that headgear is the most exciting to me i also have seen a few women with multiple wire on ther teeth very exciting. I also like if you can get close enough smelling braces brath where maybe they havnt brushed there teeth for a while

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Re: Which parts of braces are the most interesting for you?
« Reply #24 on: 14. December 2013, 14:54:20 PM »
I somehow like facemasks the best.

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Re: Which parts of braces are the most interesting for you?
« Reply #25 on: 15. December 2013, 00:54:46 AM »
Removable braces for me for sure.

The wire and the loops in the wires. I am very inriqued by the picture of the girl wit the double labial bow in the forum-pictu.

Wearing braces i like the feeling of the loops on the inside of my mouth and acrylic on the roof of my mouth.

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Re: Which parts of braces are the most interesting for you?
« Reply #26 on: 19. December 2013, 09:32:58 AM »
I somehow like facemasks the best.

Agreed, reversible headgear is like facial art to me.

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Re: Which parts of braces are the most interesting for you?
« Reply #27 on: 19. December 2013, 13:52:01 PM »
headgear + braces

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Re: Which parts of braces are the most interesting for you?
« Reply #28 on: 27. January 2014, 03:07:38 AM »
For headgear, where the inner and outer facebow meet is my favourite. The part that keeps your lips from closing on each other (a constant reminder that it's there).

I prefer the safety modules on headgear straps and prefer them to elastics. I also prefer cervical headgear to high pull - though combination is best!

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Re: Which parts of braces are the most interesting for you?
« Reply #29 on: 06. June 2016, 18:21:41 PM »
On fixed braces, my favorite part is the wires doing interesting things, like loops and hooks above the brackets or a wire power chain.

I'm also especially fascinated by anything inside the mouth behind the teeth, like on the palette or under the tongue, that you can just barely see when talking with someone.

My favorite part of the headgear is where the inner bow meets the outer bow, right between or slightly in front of the lips...