What do they use to get rid of the 'cement' after braces?
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Well, I still have my braces, but I've had to get the cement off a couple times, and what he'd do is take this thing that you are not allowed to look at, you have to keep your eyes shut, and he takes it off, you can't swallow otherwise you swallow the cement, it is kinda gross, I think he is filing it when he does that. I've never heard of a white paste but maybe they do something different.
Go for your dentist and they'll take it off with out hazardous your enamel. They'll use an overly exceptional electrical dossier. Cement might be long past and your enamel might be exceptional. No anguish, both.
The orthodontist scraps off most of it and then cleans your teeth. That makes them white and shiny.