Pearland Family Dentistry

Pearland Family Dentistry

8498 S. Sam Houston Pkwy E. Suite 1000, Houston,Texas 77075


Telephone: 832-649-7344

Hygiene Tips For Braces

Caring for your braces will help your teeth to stay healthy during your orthodontic journey. But if you are new to braces, taking care of your brackets might seem intimidating. While braces are made up of multiple wires and metal pieces, these pieces are all relatively easy to care for. In this article, we will teach you how to easily care for your new braces so you can smile with confidence!

Learning to Brush and Floss With Braces

Brushing and flossing are easy, everyday tasks, but braces can complicate things. Your brushing routine will most likely stay the same during your braces treatment, though you might want to switch to a soft-bristle brush. Flossing takes some getting used to, but your orthodontist can show you the proper technique. Make sure to clean between every bracket to thoroughly remove food and bacteria.

Eating Properly

Certain foods can damage your braces or get stuck between your wires, leading to embarrassing moments and a buildup of plaque. Avoiding hard, sticky, and gummy foods during your braces treatment will help to protect your brackets and wires from damage while also keeping your braces looking clean.

Seeing Your Orthodontist Monthly

It can seem like a hassle to visit the orthodontist every few weeks, but staying on your orthodontist’s recommended appointment schedule will keep your braces functioning at their best. After adjusting your braces for proper tooth alignment, your orthodontist can also check your brackets and make sure they are all clean and undamaged. To learn more about orthodontics or to schedule a braces consultation, call Pearland Family Dentistry at 832-649-7344.

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