DD took great care of her teeth, brushed, flossed, stayed away from soda and a year later the results are pearly white and equally cute. She’s sad about losing her chipmunk teeth but I’m not so sure about her love for them. Whether she accepts it or not, the 2 buck teeth were impacting her negatively. She would smile without showing her teeth. No amount of cajoling would get her to show her teeth on camera. The few pictures we have of her smiling widely were taken when she was unaware of being photographed.
She was better once she got her braces but we’ve definitely gotten bigger smiles from her in the last 2 days than we did in the last year and a half. I am thrilled to bits. My baby’s smile is back.
Now we have to wait 4 years and then go to work on her lower jaw. Here’s to a future full of toothy smiles.