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Braces wire broken
My braces wire has been broken or removed from the last teeth bracket and there is spring attached before between third last teeth. I feel like wire is getting loose everyday. I can't visit my doctor as I am stuck in different city. Is it possible that wire getting loose even if the brackets between those spring has not broken? What should I do? There is no any orthodontist available in my current city
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Hi, You can either use wax if it was given to you or a small piece of chewing gum on the area if it is poking you. Don’t worry, there is no harm either to your wire nor braces. Braces won’t come out just like that.
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Dear practo user Visit braces specialist dentist nearby. Can help better way.
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You can visit any nearby dentist for this problem , he can help you in this matter.or do one thing if your orthodontist has provudes you orthodontic wax then put it on wire and fix it then it will not irritate you but better will be your visit to any nearby dentist.
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You need not go to a orthodontic for this problem.. Even a BDS can help you!!
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