Thousands of children and adults have to wear braces each year. Understanding how your braces will work and how long you will need to wear them is important. Another concern is knowing what to eat and many people prefer to stick to a soft food diet while wearing braces.
This Dental Braces PLR package consists of articles, images as well as two short keyword lists. The images are sized at 500 pixels wide so are large enough for your blog and can easily be resized for use on Facebook and Pinterest. I have also included a resource page with links for additional information on these subjects. You can add these links to your articles as additional resources for your readers and for obtaining backlinks to your site. Plus I have listed some suggestions for products which you can promote.
Dental Braces PLR Articles
- Best Soft Foods to Eat while Wearing Braces – Words 515
- Commonly Asked Questions about Dental Braces – Words 487
- Orthodontic Braces – Words 529
- Understanding the World of Orthodontics – Words 449
- Up Close and Personal with Braces – Words 466
Other images include pictures of braces and soft food – 8 images in total
Up Close and Personal with Braces – Sample
Dental braces and orthodontic braces as they are also known is a complex subject. Trying to understand what they are and how they work can be confusing. This article will attempt to break down the terminology used by orthodontists, making it easier for you to understand this topic.
The function of braces is to apply pressure to your teeth over an extended period of time. This forces your teeth to move in a certain direction. The movement of your teeth allows your bone to change as more pressure is used and this acts to brace your teeth in their new position.
Terminology of Braces
Brackets – are small squares that are glued directly to the front of your teeth. Sometimes they are attached with bands instead of glue. These brackets will hold the wire for your braces and come in several types. Tooth colored brackets are less visible than the normal stainless steel brackets. It is possible to place the brackets on the back of your teeth to totally hide them.
Orthodontic Bands – these come in a variety of colors including steel, clear or tooth colored. The bands are wrapped around each tooth and become an anchor for your brackets. Not everyone requires bands and your orthodontist will advise you as to what you need.
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