Orthodontic Care

In this section we share all the information you need to know to take good care of your teeth during treatment.

Orthodontic Care

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How to brush

In this video you will find everything you need to know to do a good brushing.

Change your
Toothbrush frequently

Use Fluoride

Complements with mouthwash and
pastes with high fluoride content.

poor brushing

Bleeds during brushing
Bacterial plaque accumulation
Gum inflammation and hypertrophy

Consequences of
deficient brushing

It is recognized by:
Swollen gums
Bleeds during brushing
Bacterial plaque accumulation
Gum growth

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Damaged teeth

If you do not take care of yourself during treatment, when you remove your braces, your teeth can be left with permanent stains and cavities.

What to eat during your orthodontic treatment?

- Do not eat hard foods such as walnuts, almonds, peanuts.

- Be careful with peaches, cherries and olives.

- Do not cut food with your teeth.

- Use a knife and fork to cut the food into pieces.

- Reduce the intake of sweet and acidic foods.

Do not eat hard foods like walnuts, almonds, peanuts.

Be careful with peaches, cherries, and olives.

Do not cut food with your teeth.

Use a knife and fork to cut the food into pieces.

Do not deform appliances with your fingers, Do not bite pencils

Avoid bad habits

Thumb sucking
Onychophagia (biting nails)
Biting the lower lip
Tongue Thrusting
Mouth breathing

Thumb sucking

Biting the lower lip

Onychophagia
(Biting nails)

General dentist

Your dentist is the one who will better identify the presence of cavities. Check yourself twice a year.