BOS warns against DIY braces

 The British Orthodontic Society is warning against websites offering DIY orthodontic treatment because of the risk they pose. A statement has been posted on the BOS website - http://www.bos.org.uk/News-and-Events/BOS-Statement-Do-it-yoursel...

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