My 5 Months Old Braces


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Good day doctors, it's me again. Got my braces last december 2020 (sponsored by my sister). The following photos are captured today. I just want to know your opinions about the result because I noticed that I no longer feel pain on every adjustment since february. I am thinking that this is already the limit of the movements of my teeth. Thank you.

This is the link of my last thread here with the photo of my teeth before without braces. Thanks to the doctors who replied. ❤️

 

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Dr M

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Good day

Just because you don't feel pain after adjustments, doesn't mean you have reached the limit of tooth movement. Usually with the orthodontic treatment, the initial few months is a bit painful. If the orthodontist decides to use a thicker arch wire in the future, you might experience pain again. There is still a lot of movement that needs to happen.
 
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Good day

Just because you don't feel pain after adjustments, doesn't mean you have reached the limit of tooth movement. Usually with the orthodontic treatment, the initial few months is a bit painful. If the orthodontist decides to use a thicker arch wire in the future, you might experience pain again. There is still a lot of movement that needs to happen.
I see. Looking forward for it. Thank you doc.
 

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