Is braces an invasive dental procedure?



Answer:
No because braces go on the outsides of your teeth. All the wires, brackets, cap, bands, etc. are attached to your teeth (some next to a special cement, others connect to eachother). They don't cut your mouth open if that's what you're asking.
No--invasive mechanism that they "cut" tissues.
no braces are not put up by any invasive process they are glued on to the tooth surface within is no tooth cutting done for it.

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