Did you have braces as a child?
Or if you had them as an adult....was your experience positive?
I always loved braces but I never had them. I think they look rather cute although they are uncomfortable.
But that feeling pass after you get use to it.
Yes, I had braces. The appointments every 3 weeks were really painful and those were the night we had steak or something chewable. I had them 3 years and didn't wear my retainer so they aren't as straight now as they were when they came off.
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