Everyone is eager to be done with braces. But the fact is that orthodontic retainers do as much work—if not more—than the braces themselves. Many patients in our practice had braces as a teenager, stopped wearing their retainers some time after high school, and ended up getting orthodontic treatment a second time as an adult. So, why do we need the retainers? Well, when braces are removed, teeth can and will try to shift back to their original position.
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Should I Wear a Retainer as an Adult?
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There are two basic types of retainers: removable and permanent. Your orthodontist helps you choose the best type for you based on what you needed braces for and any conditions you might have. You may be given only one type, or you may receive a removable retainer for your top teeth and a permanent one for your bottom teeth. It can take at least four to six months for the new position of your teeth to become permanent. During that time, your teeth will try to shift back to their original position, which is called relapse. When used as instructed, a retainer prevents this from happening.
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Adult Braces, Retainers, And My Journey To Fixing My Teeth Later In Life
Special Offers. Braces create a beautiful smile, but the retainer maintains it while encouraging better oral hygiene long after its use goes away. Although retainers for teeth are most commonly used to hold straight teeth in place after braces, the advantages for your kids in wearing their retainers correctly — per their orthodontist's orders — go beyond that. Did you know wearing a retainer can also help iron out speech problems?