| Sticky foods also adhere to the metal of harnesses and can potentially damage individual cables or harnesses. For example: chewing gum, chocolate bars, caramel, licorice, collectibles and starbursts should be avoided. Avoid eating tacos, french fries, crunchy rice candies, hard candies, beef, and popcorn.
Marshmallows are also popular because they are soft, rubbery but not sticky, they can be easily removed as they do not stick to the surface of the teeth. You may need to rinse afterwards. There are also cookies and cakes on the menu to try sweet things and candy, as long as you don’t get bored.
Don’t worry, it is NOT necessary to eat applesauce, yogurt and mashed potatoes. You can really eat with braces - a lot! But there are snacks and food to avoid. Sticky, crunchy, or certain soft foods can loosen or loosen dentures and promote tooth decay.
Eat only soft foods for the first few days with the appliance. Crunchy dishes such as partially popped popcorn grains, ice cream, pretzels, hard pies and French fries. Sticky foods like caramel, chocolate, candy, and candy.
Also, don’t eat popcorn, nuts, and seeds as the pieces can get stuck or damage your devices. You can still eat things like ice cream, brownies, pastries, cakes, fries, burgers, sausages and pizza (skip the crust), no problem. Below is a list of foods you should avoid and can eat.
Hard, sticky foods can break, become damaged or get caught in cables and straps. Avoid sugary foods because they cause tooth decay. Drinks to avoid:
When using pins, eating crunchy muesli or muesli is out of the question: if you bite badly, you can break the threads or loosen the pins. The general rule when wearing the appliance is to avoid hard or chewy foods. These types of foods can break the thread.
Here are the sweets you can eat with the appliance and which sweets you should definitely avoid.
When wearing the appliance, it is important to avoid specific foods which increase the risk of tooth decay or damage to the appliance. Cut back on sweets, chips, and sodas. Gummy and sticky candies like caramel, fondant, and caramel can also damage the strings and loosen the clasps. You should also avoid hard, crunchy snacks.
Since sugar is a component of many beverages, beverages such as carbonated drinks, natural fruit juices, and carbonated drinks should not be consumed. These drinks can damage tooth enamel and increase the risk of tooth decay and erosion. These drinks can also stain your dental equipment. Water and milk are the best drinks to eat with.
Dark drinks such as coffee, tea, red wine and lemonade can discolour the appliance and the appliance. They can also stain your teeth. If you choose to drink coffee, tea, red wine, and soft drinks, rinse with water or mouthwash. Drinking cold coffee or frosting it with a straw can reduce stains.
If you like crunchy, chewy or chewy foods, you can always find better food substitutes to achieve the same texture and help you take care of the appliance. Here are some great breakfast options: yogurt, oatmeal, bananas, toast, smoothies, eggs, and even bacon.
In the first few days after braces, you should eat mostly soft foods as your teeth can be sore. If you are thinking about losing weight, now is the time! After a few days, you will be able to eat most foods again.
Wearing braces does not mean that you will eat past dry food during treatment. These foods should be avoided as they can damage the toppings and prolong the treatment - fluffy candy and chocolate bars. Very sticky or thick peanut butter.
Cut out hard (nerd), sticky (milkduds) and gummy candies, white bread, donuts, oreos, etc. it is always a good choice, even without a device. This increases the risk of tooth decay during orthodontic treatment. Adhesion can also lead to broken threads and supports.
It’s actually quite simple, as it’s not a very tough product, you should feel good. But because the inside is so full of sugar, I recommend brushing your teeth and cleaning the braces right after, because what’s in the seals is a cavity waiting to pass.
Foods you can eat with the appliance:
That’s it! You can still eat pizza with braces, but it all depends on the type of pizza. The best solution is the soft crust pizza. A ■■■■■■ or thinner scab can damage braces and get caught in wires, braces and teeth.