- Mar 15, 2006
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I don't represent this forum. And there's a difference between having standards of attractiveness and having your standard of attractiveness set to where it requires expensive, painful, often unnecessary medical procedures. It's like foot-binding or some shit.
It's possible that reasonably straight teeth is a universal standard among those who can afford to have high standards. There's some evidence that people in preindustrial societies have better teeth than their more 'advanced' counterparts.
Anyway, if braces begin to worsen TMJ, what can be done?