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1 week without braces! RETAINERS.

Its been one week without my braces and I've totally got the hanged of it already. Anyways I woke up at 7am today, "WHY SO EARLY". Usually on Saturdays I will wake up around 11am but today I took the extra effort to wake up super early. Well, today I had a dentist appointment at 9am. That's freaking early, so I travelled all the way down to Somerset to collet my


"RETAINERS"

Aiya, nothing special right? Hahaha, My teeth hurts like hell now because my teeth shifted a bit after I took out my braces a week ago, the use of retainers is to maintain the "straightness" of your teeth and make sure it won't go out of shape, it is ridiculously tight. So I was told if I lost my retainers, I have to pay $400 to make a new one. So I must really take "good" care of my retainers. I have to wear my retainers for 6 months, full time. (SOUNDS LIKE I'M WORKING LOL). For the next 6 months, I'll have to abstain from sweet drinks and things that might get stuck in my teeth etc.

So honestly speaking, a week before, I was given 2 different types of retainers to choose.

The metal type and the plastic type, of cos I choose the plastic type. Its much more nicer and neater. The metal one looks like I still have braces.


My set of retainers *ps the saliva, it looks disgusting* I took this photo when I was eating my breakfast.
My teeth looks whiter after I put on the retainers. HEHEHEHE NICE!! :)



Only when brushing my teeth and eating, I have to take out my retainers. SO LIFE IS GOING TO BE HARD FOR ME :)) HEHEHE Alright, Bye (:

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