Bridges can be a factor in Invisaline or braces treatments. It would be important to make sure the bridge was healthy and was fitting the tooth properly because sometimes sometimes you need to hold onto other teeth to keep them in position while you move other teeth.
As long as the tooth is healthy and there is no infection underneath the tooth it can be treated.
This question might relate to your jaw position. If you imagine that your teeth are like books and the jaw is a like a shelf you can shift the books around but you can’t move the shelf. So, you might need to have jaw surgery if that’s important to you.
Yes, braces can move flared out teeth back into position. They would be using a force to rotate and pull teeth backwards and again, either a clear fixed brace, a Lingual brace or an Accelerated removable brace will work.
Yes it is but the gum disease would need to be treated first. You would need to have some deep cleaning sessions to make sure that the gums were healthy and there was no bleeding and if you use good oral hygiene methods you can get your teeth cleaned even when you’ve got braces.
Braces cannot cause Lock Jaw but if you have a jaw joint problem it may not be advisable for you to have braces. It is important to get your jaw checked to make sure there are no problems. Your Dentist can do this to make sure that there is no limitation of you either opening … Continue reading Can Braces Cause Locked Jaw?
Yes, you can straighten your teeth if you have periodontal disease but you would need to get the disease treated first. This would involve a few visits for deep cleaning with either a professional Periodontist or Hygienist and then once they gums are healthy the teeth can be straightened.
Yes it’s possible to straighten protruding teeth with braces. You would want to use a brace that is an active force to move the teeth back. Braces can be used which are invisible as well as clear, and you would want something that is working on the teeth ideally 16-24 hours a day. The most … Continue reading Protruding Teeth Correction with Braces?
Primarily, there are two variations and it all depends on what severity of crowding you have. One variation, and is a pure front/back movement, and it allows the teeth to be straightened. Another variation has something called, “A midline expansions screw.” What this is, is that between the two sides of the Inman aligner, there’s … Continue reading Are there Different Types of Inman Aligner?
You need to wear it, and for a period of time, which includes night time cost during the day. If you don’t wear it, it won’t work. Unless you wear it, not a good option. It’s probably better to go with something that’s just against your teeth.