Braces aren’t without their drawbacks, but when you have a beautiful, straight smile after your treatment is complete, the time you had with braces will feel well worth it. Whether you have traditional metal braces, lingual braces (which are applied to the backs of your teeth rather than the front), or ceramic braces, it’s important to avoid a few things to protect your orthodontia and ensure you can complete your treatment as scheduled.
So what should you avoid when you have braces? The following foods and bad habits could cause damage to your orthodontia.
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