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nowiseethemoon
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newbie

#1 Post by nowiseethemoon »

Posting so that I can keep my registration active. I will be getting braces in mid November, and surgery a year later (or so), and want to learn as much as I can.

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djspeece
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#2 Post by djspeece »

Welcome to the board and best of luck to you!
Dan

Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional. -- Buddist saying

pteryxm
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#3 Post by pteryxm »

Welcome to the board, I am also new :) I got my braces a few months ago.

TaylerMegan
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#4 Post by TaylerMegan »

Welcome! I’ve been stalking this website ever since I decided to get braced and finally made an account so be able to ask questions. There is so much helpful info on here - definitely makes the process less nerve wracking :)

Good luck on your braces journey!

Ellay4402
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#5 Post by Ellay4402 »

I'm new here also! I haven't been braced yet (I'm about a month away), but have learned so much about the experience through the forum. I almost feel like I semi-know what to expect. Best of luck on your journey!

Skullzrulerz
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#6 Post by Skullzrulerz »

Welcome to the board here :D i only had my braces on since august (upper ones) and a few days ago (lower ones) it will be most likely be hard to start with but it will be worth it in the end :D

Ziggy
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#7 Post by Ziggy »

Been here about two years. Love the forum as you get honest answers to all your questions and you quickly learn that you are not alone in this.

nowiseethemoon
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#8 Post by nowiseethemoon »

Thank you to everyone for making me feel welcome!

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