Is It Permissible To Remove The Stirrup That Has Been Used For 3 Days?
Good evening, I want to ask, is it okay to remove the braces that have just been used for 3 days? Because I’m not comfortable, a bit sorry and I also do it at a general dentist for an affordable price. Is it permissible for noodles to be removed? And I was a little hesitant and afraid that the doctor would be offended or refuse to do it. Please advise, thank you
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Braces (stirrup) can be installed for various purposes, ranging from straightening the teeth, aligning the teeth and upper and lower jaw, overcoming speech impediments, chewing disorders, gum disease, and tooth decay. In addition, in some cases, many people use braces for cosmetic reasons, namely to improve their appearance. Ideally, braces should be performed directly by a dentist who specializes in orthodontics.
In the early days of use, braces often trigger discomfort. This can cause pain, recurrent mouth sores, difficulty chewing food, a feeling of sticking in the mouth, difficulty in cleaning teeth and gums, and so on. This condition is generally harmless as long as the braces are properly installed. Usually, these complaints will improve as you adapt to using these braces.
Generally, braces are used for 1 to 3 years to get good results. However, this time may vary depending on the type of braces, the severity of the previous condition of the teeth and mouth, the treatment performed, and so on.
Removal of braces should be discussed directly with the doctor who installed them. Because, this needs to be done by considering the various aspects above. No need to worry about being offended huh .. Consult your dentist directly on the complaints you feel about using these braces, and the reasons you want to remove them. A good doctor will certainly provide the best alternative solution for your complaint. Alternatively, you will be referred to a dentist who specializes in orthodontics for further treatment.
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Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah