Even if you wear braces, you can, and should, brush and floss your teeth consistently. Maintain a good oral care routine of twice-daily tooth brushing and daily flossing to keep your teeth looking their best, and they’ll look even better when your
braces are removed.
In order to properly clean around braces, it can be helpful to know some of the
most common types.
No matter what type of braces you have, the goal is the same—to apply constant pressure over time to move your teeth into correct alignment. Use floss threader or an
orthodontic floss with a built-in tongue threader to help thread the floss under the main wire of the braces.
In addition, you can maintain your dental health while you’re wearing braces by using an interdental cleaner as an alternative to a standard toothbrush.
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