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Informed Consent for Short-Term Orthodontic Treatment Patient Name:  Date of Birth: Treatment Plan: Appliance Type: Fixed Appliance / Clear Aligner / Removable Appliance Estimated Duration of Treatment: Full Treatment costInformed Consent for Short-Term Orthodontic Treatment Patient Name:  Date of Birth: Treatment Plan: Appliance Type: Fixed Appliance / Clear Aligner / Removable Appliance Estimated Duration of Treatment: Full Treatment cost
This written consent form should be considered in addition to the verbal discussion of treatment options with your dentist. By signing this consent form you acknowledge that you have understood and agreed to the terms and conditions herein. Dental braces
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Informed Consent Risks and limitations of Orthodontic TreatmentInformed Consent Risks and limitations of Orthodontic Treatment
Please take time to read this information carefully, ask if you have any questions, and initial the boxes where requested to indicate you understand and agree. Dental braces
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Oral hygiene policyOral hygiene policy
It is especially important for patients with braces as braces can trap food, leading to plaque formation. Plaque can form not only on your teeth but also on your braces. Clean braces are bright and shiny. Dental braces
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Application checklistApplication checklist
Letters Of Recommendation – Letters from at least two community leaders or teachers, with contact information attached. Dental braces
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Lake Chaparral Dental Care: Braces 101Lake Chaparral Dental Care: Braces 101
Brushing your teeth and appliances is an important start to ensuring a healthy smile. Your brushing routine should take several minutes, as all surfaces of your teeth need to be cleaned. Dental braces
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Brace care separatorsBrace care separators
Separators are small elastic rings or metal springs that are placed between the back teeth. Over the next few days, they create small spaces between those back teeth so that orthodontic metal bands can be fitted around them. Dental braces
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During the entire treatment process, the child must have the support of responsible caregivers who will ensure that appointments are kept and excellent hygiene is maintained. Consider that. Dental braces
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What is malocclusion?What is malocclusion?
When teeth are twisted, overlapping, or simply don’t fit together properly, this irregularity is called malocclusion. Although it can occur at any age. Dental braces
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Q: Why do children lose their baby teeth?Q: Why do children lose their baby teeth?
Unfortunately, some children lose a baby tooth too soon. A tooth might be knocked out accidentally or removed because of dental disease. Dental braces
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Orthodontic Surgeon Letter Proforma (for boxers wishing to box with dental brace in situ)Orthodontic Surgeon Letter Proforma (for boxers wishing to box with dental brace in situ)
The following style of letter is to be completed by the Orthodontist who has fitted the brace and ensured that the mouth guard fits the boxer. Dental braces
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Orthodontics (Braces) Please ask your dentist for a copy of this leaflet Q. What is orthodontic treatment? AOrthodontics (Braces) Please ask your dentist for a copy of this leaflet Q. What is orthodontic treatment? A
A. Orthodontic treatment is a way of straightening or moving teeth, to improve the appearance of teeth and how they work. It can also help to look after the long-term health of the teeth, gums and jaw joints. Dental braces
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