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Offline Louis03M

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My new Facke Braces (Toys)
« on: 03. August 2021, 01:09:16 AM »
This is my new fake braces.
https://dereferer.me/?https://* c e n s o r e d */album/j9zyNw

I bought the Retainer with Brackets.

I had the following changes made:
1) Thicker plate
2) Plate covering the entire palate
3) Green colored plate
4) Biteplane
5) Headgear Tube with cervical and highpull headgear

When you wear it it seems to have fixed braces.

The nice thing about this device is that it also has the plate.

Having plate produces saliva in the mouth.

The biteplane makes it uncomfortable to talk, but in any case even if with some misunderstanding it is possible to talk.

The biteplane prevents the lower teeth from positioning behind the upper ones and prevents the upper teeth from touching.

I also recommend you to try this device is fantastic.

As a color I recommend the transparent plate so you can only see the brakes and the wire of the bow.

Everyone will think that you have a fixed brace and that a fixed brace creates difficulty speaking.

I'll let you know what it feels like to wear the headgear too

Offline hdsc99

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Re: My new Facke Braces (Toys)
« Reply #1 on: 03. August 2021, 01:22:28 AM »
How rigid (strong) are the brackets attached to the wire? Are they welded or glued? is it possible to change ligatures yourself? Do the brackets feel like they move on the teeth with normal talking, etc? Thanks, they look great.

Offline Louis03M

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Re: My new Facke Braces (Toys)
« Reply #2 on: 03. August 2021, 14:59:33 PM »
The brackets do not move, I guess they are welded or glued.

On the brackets there are bubbles as on the real braces.

The bow and the brackets do not put force on the teeth and it should be so.

The appliance is great because you feel like you are wearing a fixed braces.