Please follow the doctor's appointment at the time of your appointment:
If you need to change the time of the referral, or if you have any questions, you need to call 15398032510, and cooperate with the medical registration to change the appointment time.
- After wearing a new appliance, there will be tooth discomfort within a week or a week. Individual patients have tooth pain, which is normal.
- Wear one or two weeks for each appliance (follow the doctor's advice) and wear it for 20 to 22 hours a day. The short time will directly affect the treatment effect and treatment cycle.
- Every time you replace the next new appliance, it is best to replace it before going to bed, so you don't need to take it out for 7-8 hours, which is good for better tooth movement.
- Wash your hands thoroughly with soap or water before touching the appliance.
- Please take only one appliance at a time.
- Rinse thoroughly after removing the appliance from the box each time.
The appliance is worn
- Make sure the correctness is correct before wearing the appliance: the “U” marker is worn on the upper arch and the “L” is worn on the lower arch.
- To avoid confusion, each appliance has a specific numbered mark, "U" refers to the upper teeth, "L" refers to the lower teeth, and then the number of each step
- You can start from the appliance of the upper collar or lower jaw when you wear it. When wearing the appliance, first gently press the appliance to position the anterior teeth, and then use your fingertips to press the position in the bilateral molars (rear teeth).
- Fit the chew during the appliance, which is better for better tooth movement.
- When replacing a new appliance, please pay attention to the serial number and replace it in order.
- Do not bite to place the appliance in place - this may cause damage to the appliance.
If you feel sharp pain or obvious discomfort, stop wearing the appliance and contact your attending physician.
- Slowly dislodge the appliance from the teeth with your fingertips from the terminal molars on one side
- Repeat this procedure on the opposite side until it is completely dislocated.
- When the appliance in the mouth is dislocated on both sides of the molars, your fingertips should be slowly displaced forward to gently remove the appliance from the teeth.
- Rinse the appliance immediately after removal, remove excess water and store in your box.
- Try to avoid unnecessary picking to reduce the possibility of damage.
- When there are many accessories, please take care when removing the appliance to avoid damage.
- Do not use excessive force or twist the appliance.
- Do not use sharp instruments to remove your appliance.
- If your appliance is particularly difficult to remove, please contact your doctor immediately.
Daily maintenance and maintenance instructions
- Clean before each wear. It can be cleaned under a clean water with a soft toothbrush and a small amount of toothpaste can be applied. The cleaning of the outer surface of the appliance can be done while wearing it in the mouth. It is easy to brush and the inner side can be removed and cleaned.
Note: Be sure to rinse thoroughly after each appliance is cleaned.
- Do not use dentures to clean the product or soak in mouthwash to clean the appliance. Such products can damage the surface of the appliance, the appliance will be rough and the color will be deeper and affect the appearance.
Correct maintenance of oral hygiene
- Remove the appliance when eating and drinking water (you don't have to take it when drinking cold water). Individual cases need to be advised by an orthodontist who is eating with an appliance.
- Brush your teeth and floss your teeth before each appliance after eating. If you brush your teeth unconditionally, you can simply rinse your mouth and rinse the appliance thoroughly with flowing warm water. This is not the best way to clean, but it can at least help maintain oral hygiene. If conditions permit, please clean it thoroughly in time;
- If you have any questions about how to maintain oral hygiene, please consult your treating doctor;
- To protect your teeth and gums, it is recommended that you check and clean them regularly.
- If your doctor needs you to wear a rubber band, wear it as directed by your doctor and replace it with a new one every day.
- Please do not throw away the old appliance to avoid tooth displacement after losing the new appliance.
- If you are on a business trip or travel, please bring along a new or old appliance with you to prevent the appliance from being worn after the appliance is lost.
- If the appliance needs to be trimmed, please check back in time; if it is not convenient to see a doctor in the field, please use a nail clipper to trim.
- Please carry the box with you and put it in the box when not wearing it to prevent the pet from biting.
- Note the name and contact details on the box to prevent loss.