orthodontic braces


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an appliance that corrects dental irregularities

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No insurance coverage for orthodontic braces for those aged 18 years and older, except in cases of medical necessity.
The orthodontic braces market is subdivided into fixed braces and removable braces.
8 The presence of metallic sources, such as dental implants, orthodontic braces and metallic dental crowns may reduce image quality of MRI in the maxillofacial region causing large magnetic field distortion and signal loss.
Nickel is found in many metal objects, including jeans snaps, zippers and orthodontic braces.
When my son's NHS orthodontic braces came off - and I calculated the cost of them in the US where they wouldn't be covered by my insurance - I said a small prayer to two men who mean nothing to Americans, but should: William Beveridge and Aneurin Bevan.
Whether they think orthodontic braces should be available on the NHS.
because you use the plan, no exclusions based on some HMO decision whether you should get service, and all pre-existing conditions are covered (except orthodontic braces already in-progress).
It promotes good oral hygiene in a program of daily use by assisting in the removal of food particles, debris, and dental plaque around natural teeth, orthodontic braces, permanent bridges, and dental implants.
In 2001, around 25,000 adults had orthodontic braces fitted on the NHS -a rise of 36 per cent over ten years -and more still had braces fitted privately.
In 2001, around 25,000 adults had orthodontic braces fitted on the NHS - a rise of 36pc over 10 years - and more still had braces fitted privately.
In 2001, around 25,000 adults had orthodontic braces fitted on the NHS - a rise of 36pc over ten years - and more still had braces fitted privately.
In 2001,around 25,000 adults had orthodontic braces fitted on the NHS - a rise of 36pc over 10 years --and more still had braces fitted privately.
The court also found no constitutional violations in the officials' refusal to refer her to a gastroenterologist, replace her fillings, or apply orthodontic braces.