Even when the braces come off, there are still retainers to deal with. Lauren gets hers just before her 15th birthday and in Retainer Girl describes the adjustments she has to make on what is one more step along the way to growing up - and getting and keeping her perfect smile. [Because Retainer Girl involves some exaggeration and fantasy about orthodontic treatment it may be unsuitable for younger or particularly impressionable readers who have not visited an actual orthodontist.]
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