Braces Making Teeth Worse

Discussion in 'Cosmetic Dentistry' started by India Harlow, May 19, 2017.

  1. India Harlow

    India Harlow

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    The top picture is how my teeth were on the day I first got invisible braces. The middle is a picture I've taken just now after almost 3 months of having them. It's shifting my two front teeth more to the right side of my mouth and making me feel more insecure than before. Is this something to worry about or will they straighten out once the tooth that's high up comes down?
     

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    calcium48

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    to be honest the top picture looks fine to me.
    the bottom picture doesn't look right.

    what does your dentist say?
     
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    I mentioned it to her last time I had them tightened but she said it was slow progress. The aim of the braces was to bring that tooth that's too high up in the first picture down. It is at a very slow pace, I just wasn't expected all my front teeth to now become out of place as well.
     
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    What is the bottom picture of?
     
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    Ale

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    They probably have to move all your teeth in order to make room for the one.
     
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