Why You Have to Wear a Retainers AFTER Braces or INVISALIGN! What They ACTUALLY do Explained!

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Are retainers REALLY needed after braces and Invisalign?
In this video I will explain the truth about retainers after braces

What happens to your teeth after braces and if retainers are really necessary.

This video is the first in a series of videos all about retainers.

The next ones in the series will be:
1- Removable Retainers – uncluding: the different types- Essix and Hawleys (clear retainers, wired plate retainers), cases for retainers and how to take care of them, broken retainers, discussing if retainers cause pain, give you a lisp. Close-up shots of the retainers.
2- Fixed retainers – all you need to know . – including – the types of wires behind your teeth
3- Pros and cons of each retainer
4- How to clean you retainers

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