Added: Kina Hanselman - Date: 23.11.2021 20:36 - Views: 11792 - Clicks: 2375
Forum Online-Shop. Welcome, Guest. Please or register. s: [ 1 ] 2 All. FinallyBraced Newbie Posts: 5 Gender:. I have been reading posts here for a long time, but am now registered. I am a female who loves braces. I understand there are some fake females on here, but I am definitely a real one! I want to tell you my story, but it is rather long, so I will do it in pieces. Part 1 - Like many of you, I have loved braces since I was a kid, long before I ever heard the word "fetish. I asked them lots of questions and asked them to show me what they had. I tried making fake braces in the garage.
I'm lucky I didn't swallow a paperclip! When I was about 13, my mother asked my dentist if I could get at least one wire across my upper front teeth. My bottom teeth were straight, but my upper teeth were a little crooked and had spaces between them. The dentist said that I didn't need braces because I would probably get my upper teeth capped after I was 18 and that would be sufficient.
That was bad advice, but it was a long time ago. I continued to like braces and I really wanted braces, but I didn't say anything. Later in my teen years, I called orthodontists I found in the phone book and asked about their free consultations.
But I never took action. I guess I was shy. Or I couldn't figure out how to tell my parents that I wanted to see an orthodontist. I was too embarrassed to talk to the dentist about my need for braces or to talk to my parents about it. In high school, if a nice boy had wanted to be my boyfriend and told me that he wished I had braces, I could have made it happen. This was my first missed opportunity to get braces. If this is of interest to you, I will continue with Part 2 later.
Braceface Platinum Member Posts: Gender:. I would really appreciate hearing more of your story. There are very few people who are willing to tell their story, and I know that many people would enjoy hearing yours. I want more. Cool beginning. I guess there are a lot whoms braces fetish started like this. I would love to heare more from you! Great intro - look forward to reading more. Cassandra Bronce Member Posts: 62 Gender:. Hello from another woman who likes braces. We do exist! No I'm not fake either.
Part 2 - I think in the s and earlier years, braces were more or less reserved for kids with really bad overbites or really crooked teeth. Braces are much more commonplace now, and mothers tell me that dentists just assume their kids will have braces when they are teenagers. I felt vain or silly wanting braces when my teeth weren't that bad. However, the spaces between my teeth were not the greatest either.
I went to college and one of my roommates had full mouth metal braces into her 20s. I usually think that braces look really great on young women, but she didn't look very good in the braces. My other roommate had very crooked teeth and wanted nothing to do with braces. I remember stopping by the orthodontist's office with my braced roommate a few times when she had an appointment or had to pick up elastics, but I don't remember considering asking for a consultation.
I was more interested in college studies and boyfriends and was not thinking about braces then. A few years after college, when I was about 27, I got a great job and moved to another state. I also got a new dentist. This practice was more modern and high tech than I had seen in the past. When the hygienist was cleaning my teeth, the dental floss kept breaking. She said, "Your teeth are really tight in the back. But I don't know how we'd fix that except with braces. Wouldn't that be fun?
But I just nodded and that was it. Later, unprompted, the dentist suggested veneers to fix the spaces between my front teeth. Veneers were new then or at least new to me. I was shocked by the amount of tooth reduction that would be required to place veneers, so I declined. Why didn't I say, "I would prefer braces. Could you refer me? Here I was, living in a new state with a great job. It would have been the perfect time to get braces. I still thought braces were very cool and beautiful and sexy. I always wanted full mouth silver braces and was not keen on the new "clear" brackets that were starting to show up.
I also wanted headgear, although I knew that my dental issues would never require that. I was so stupid. Now, it would be commonplace for someone to talk to a dentist about all of the available options for fixing spaced or crooked teeth. And nobody would be embarrassed about wantingbraces or wanting perfect teeth. But in those days, I was too timid to even ask. This was my second missed opportunity.
Part 3 - My career continued and I moved to another state and got another new dentist. I have been to many different dentists due to moving around a lot; I am only mentioning a few here. I really don't like switching dentists but it was necessary. This dentist was not much older than I was, maybe in his mids, and he wore braces! What a great opportunity that would have been! I could have said, "I see you have braces. I am thinking I should do that myself. What do you think? I am really not a shy person, but I guess I always had a block when it came to dentists.
I had a crush on this braced dentist. But I didn't dare ask about the braces. This was my third missed opportunity. Soon, I met the love of my life. He was 39 and his dentist said he really needed orthodontic treatment. His teeth did not look bad, but he had a serious overbite and probably other issues that would have required a few years of braces.
I asked him if he would consider it. He said he would consider it, but he was not keen on it. I told him that I thought he should, and if he did, I would also get braces and we could do it together. He was not interested, and so neither of us got braces.
But, I was still very interested in getting braces and I always fantasized about having braces or being with a partner with braces during intimate times. I had brought up the subject with my partner and I had asked. No luck. This was my fourth missed opportunity, but this time it wasn't my fault!
I tried. Love story so far - cannot wait for future installments. Part 4- Five years later, I was not very happy. Things were not going well with my boyfriend and I decided to take the plunge. But I did not go to my regular dentist, even though he had worn braces and I liked him very much.
Again, I just felt like I was asking for something odd or vain or I don't know. But I had met a dentist on my job who did both cosmetic dentistry and orthodontics, although he was not an orthodontist as such. But that is what his ad said he specialized in. So, I made an appointment and drove to another town. I laid it out -- I don't like my teeth. I want to get braces or cosmetic dentistry or whatever I need to do to fix the spaces. He examined me carefully and said, "Braces will not help you.Braces fetish stories
email: [email protected] - phone:(841) 793-7499 x 8853