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Braces ke baad mjhe retainer laga. Kuch din tak to wo sahi tha but fir retainer loose ho gaya. 2 days phale wo retainer tut gaya h.ab mai usko kaise use kru. Wire with clear plastic jaisa retaine hai wo jo lower jaw ke liye tha. Wahi tut gaya h.usko kaise thik kru. Kya mera retainer thik ho skta hai ya ni yaa muje phir se braces lagwane padenge . Please Reply me.

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Ye retainer phir de theek ho sakta hai ya aapke Dr. ise naya bhi bana sakte hain retainer Jo do se char hafte main tight karana parta hai agar aap jaldi ise theek kara lein to braces phir lagane ki jaroorat nahin hai retainer karib nine months lagana parta hai nahin to braces dobara lagana par sakta hai.
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If possible retainer may be repaired or you might have to get a new one. Don't wait too long to visit your dentist as that can allow your teeth to move and then braces may again be required.
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Braces ka jaroorat nahi madam aapne treatment karvayee na oh doctor ke paas jaaake doosra retainer karvaale problem solve hota hai.
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u can go to your doctor and he will take impression for your new retainer alone. do not delay !
Dear lybrate user! It is must to wear retainer after dental brace removal for adequate time. The main purpose of using orthodontic retainer is to stable the teeth moved in new place with the help of orthodontic braces. So don't use a repaired retainer due to loss of it's ability to perfectly retain your orthodonticaly moved teeth. Ask your orthodontist for new retainer. You can also ask your orthodontist for wire free retainer with teeth slot in it. It is more comfortable than wired retainer.
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Retainers can be repeated or repaired. Visits your Dr. without wasting time.
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Yes you kindly consult your dentist and he will make a new retainer.
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