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  1. Arti says:

    It describes the natural seemency of the teeth to drift back to their original positions after orthodontic treatment. Without regular use of a retainer, a phenomenon known as “relapse” may occur. Retainers are the key to preventing this, as they place pressure on your teeth to hold them in their new positions and keep any natural drifting at bay. This typically happens in the late teens and early twenties, but can be an issue at any age.

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