It's like, for example, wearing weights on your legs, 2 kg each. on each leg and then, after a while, a year or two, suddenly take them off. The feeling of flight, comfort and the fact that you have finally reached your goal.
But over time, everything will return to normal and only memories of that difficult period in your life when you wore braces will remain.
Get the most out of removing braces! Teeth are even, nothing interferes with the teeth! You can not follow the diet! Great opportunities open up. No need to pay more money for visits to the orthodontist.
Feeling of freedom and comfort, aesthetics and something complete. Braces are a way of medical and aesthetic excellence. Completion of treatment means getting a result that suits you completely.
Very sad. Imagine that you are deprived of 28 of your closest friends at once; (At first there will be a feeling of unusual freedom, you may even find it pleasant. But every day you will have a feeling of emptiness that you cannot get rid of.
I wore braces for 4 years (they took them off before my 19th birthday). Even before the braces, I had straight teeth, so I did not complain about a smile. I got used to the braces system, I loved it, it complemented my image, I often smiled. After removing the braces, I needed to cure tooth decay, so I didn't smile for a while. And then I realized that I didn't like my teeth. They are kind of big, kind of strange. Oh, horror, it was no longer possible to scratch your tongue on the braces! It was the first reaction, but now a year has passed and I love my smile and lick my teeth.
I've been wearing braces for about 2 years. When I took it off, I was surprised how smooth and large my teeth were, that I actually have them whole, but before that I could touch some glands. It was very cool, all the time I touched my teeth with my tongue and looked in the mirror. There was a feeling that the teeth were released, straightened, also a pleasant feeling. And with braces, the teeth were unpleasantly stretched all the time.
Joy and relief! Finally, she spoke without hesitation. The teeth stopped pressing. I was so worn out by the braces that when they told me to put on the plate at night, I refused. As a result, the teeth became uneven again over time, but better than they were.
Everything is individual, this is the most important thing, but I can divide all braces before removing braces (and then and after) into two conditional groups:
First - those who are madly waiting for this, because braces are worn for in order to take them off, and after taking them off they smile at all 32 for a very, very long time (they do not consider braces beautiful, they are not attached to them).
The second group simply cannot imagine themselves without them. Well, you know, it’s as if a particle was torn away from ourselves, because for someone it becomes a part of the style, image, it’s not very much, as it seems to me. I think their fear is justified by the fear of the new in general, but that's not what we are talking about.
The main thing that unites these two groups is anticipation. To one degree or another, before removal and before installation, everyone has it.
It was an emotional component, now I'll tell you about feelings.
Right after the braces were removed, I constantly felt like touching my teeth with my tongue. I wore braces for 2 years and 4 months, during which time I managed to forget about what smooth teeth are :). The braces were removed, I closed my mouth and stopped touching my teeth with my tongue, here it is already more fun: when the mouth is in a relaxed state, or when you speak, there is a feeling that there are no teeth. That is, they seem to be on the outside, but on the inside, you do not feel them, this is unusual, strange, but I want to say that there is nothing wrong with that. All these new, unusual sensations last no more than a day. They'll remove the braces, wake up the next day - everything will be normal.
Carried for exactly two years, on both jaws. At first, like most adolescents, he was ashamed of them, did not show them to anyone. There are some dishes, so to speak, it was inconvenient. Sometimes it hurts to bite. Well, the above is food stuck in the teeth, etc. Pretty quickly I got used to all this and adapted. In the second year of wearing, I did not pay attention to them. Like it was just part of my teeth. And now, two years later, they were removed for me. I was expecting something like a "wow" effect, but it wasn't there. The first couple of days it seemed that something was wrong in the mouth, but then, again, I got used to it. I am glad, like everyone else, that now you don't have to constantly make sure that nothing gets stuck in the braces (although you could finish your breakfast all day long, completely unnoticed by others, huh). In general, these are all the emotions from removing braces.
After the braces were removed, I felt like I had insanely ugly teeth. I didn't understand how to smile and how to control my mouth in general. But it was cool no longer to brush food from your teeth after every meal and not suffer after pulling up the arch every month.
Wore braces for a little over a year. He went through all the stages: from spacers to elastic bands for changing the bite. It is worth noting that you forget about the existence of braces after about six months, when the lisp and the feeling of the braces themselves on the teeth disappear. The only thing that always reminds of them is food intake (restrictions on consumed products - nuts, tough apples, etc.), the presence of rubber bands and the eternal stuck of food particles in the braces.
When was the day of removal braces, I went to the orthodontist with incredible joy: there is no longer any restriction in the consumed products (but it is still not recommended to abuse them) and absolutely clear speech. Naturally, the first week I went and smiled at everyone from the bottom of my heart, because the curvature of my teeth was corrected, because of which I did not like my smile. And one more huge plus - in the mirror you can enjoy perfectly straight teeth with a perfect bite, and you can also enjoy a straight path from above and below with your tongue 😄
Of the minuses, I can note the absence of a convenient tongue comb, which was braces and retainers, which will be unusual in the first week and in the exfoliating excess of their fastening material.
Nothing special, just the teeth seem to be smooth and you want to touch them all the time, and so, a useful habit remains: brush your teeth after each meal.
It seemed to me that my teeth were removed along with the brackets
And I also had a huge hole, and when a tooth was inserted there, I was completely stunned and went for another two weeks constantly licking my teeth
Terrible, afraid to eat, feeling naked, uncomfortable. As if I lost a particle of myself. And yes, I would like a better result.
I don’t think I would dare a second time, but I even miss
Terribly unusual. And great joy. You no longer need to worry if there are pieces of food in your teeth, whether the rubber bands are torn. But then I began to miss them very much. Braces have become a part of me
Do you know a short video where a woman says: "THIS IS. SIMPLE. AH * ENNO."?
An epileptic comes to a foam party, and they say to him at the entrance: "Sorry, we can't go with ours. "
I had a feeling as if the teeth had become some kind of huge, but very smooth. Food stopped getting stuck in my teeth, I no longer had to rush to the bathroom to rinse my mouth or brush my teeth after every meal.
I remember that when my braces were removed, the first week I smiled in all 32 teeth to the whole world and now it is very funny to look at the photos of that time as the Cheshire cat 😂
Honestly, no way. I wore braces not as long as many of my friends - only a year. On the day my braces were removed, I went to eat and was glad that nothing else would get stuck and scratch my cheeks. And also the joy that I no longer see a black spot in the mirror and in photographs instead of teeth. I never experienced anything else. Filmed and filmed, nothing out of the ordinary. How your teeth were brushed.