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“He said, ‘I gave it to my kids, I gave it to my grandkids, and now I want straight teeth.'”Bloomstein knows from experience.He’s 73 years old and recently wore braces for a year to close the space and realign his teeth after having a troubled bicuspid extracted.“After having gone through it as an adult, I would say every (dental school) resident should have braces on just to they can sit on the other side,” Bloomstein said.“Most of mine do.”An evolution in thought An estimated four million Americans -- 1.2 percent of the population -- wear dental braces. There used to be “a lot more resistance” among adults who needed braces, Bloomstein said.“As we live longer and have fuller lives, it is equally or even more important to preserve our teeth,” he said.For generations of Americans, missing or rotten teeth was part of the deal of getting older -- not a medical issue that required action.“Without a doubt, the demand for adult braces has increased dramatically in recent years,” Bloomstein said.Actually explaining one-word sentences is much harder.
The tongue pushes food around the mouth, keeping it within reach of the teeth, while rhythmic movements of the jaw enable the teeth to grind up food without injuring the tongue itself.
“The advent of more aesthetic and comfortable braces, multiple treatment options and faster treatment has made the prospect of improved aesthetics and better dentistry more appealing.”Better dentistry includes advances in technology.