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Are there any other cheaper healthy options than braces and crowns for teeth?

Are there any other cheaper healthy options than braces and crowns for teeth?

It depends: Frankly, braces are used to move teeth and crowns are used to restore damaged or decayed teeth. Only a dental professional can diagnose you issue and/or recommend an alternative therapy. ...Read more

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Dr. Milroy Samuel
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Crown (Definition)

The crown of a tooth is that part of the tooth on top of the root. The crown of the tooth is the part that is visible in the mouth. A crown restoration is a procedure that restores the crown of a tooth that is damaged by fracture or extensive decay by cementing a replica of the crown over a prepared tooth, and is one of the most common ...Read more


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Can you get invisalign braces with crowns and missing teeth?

Can you get invisalign braces with crowns and missing teeth?

Teamwork: Treatment like this is certainly possible, but it does require teamwork. At the very least, this involves you, your dentist, and your orthodontist. This may also require other specialists as well, but invisalign can certainly be used on patients with missingmteeth and crowns. ...Read more

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Can braces be put on crowned teeth?

Can braces be put on crowned teeth?

Porcelain bonding: Brackets can be boned to porcelain crowns. No worries. ...Read more

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Are crowns with braces safe to get?

Are crowns with braces safe to get?

Yes: Orthodontic brackets or braces can be applied a couple of different ways for teeth that have been crowned. Ask your licensed orthodontic specialist for advice for your specific concerns. ...Read more

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Would braces scrape off the sides the crowns?

Would braces scrape off the sides the crowns?

No, but: Difficult to bond braces to porcelain or metal. Sometimes it helps to make minute scratches in surface of crown to facilitate bonding. Crown surfaces can be repolished after braces are removed. You may be candidate for clear aligner therapy, but braces do a better job. In an ideal world, braces should be done before crowns. Talk to an Orthodontic Sprcialist. ...Read more

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What to if I am going to be getting braces. How will they attach them to crowns?

What to if I am going to be getting braces. How will they attach them to crowns?

Cement: Typically, the orthodontist will go ahead and cement the bracket to the crown just like a natural tooth. ...Read more

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I'm wondering how long after i get my braces off can I get a crown on one of my teeth?

I'm wondering how long after i get my braces off can I get a crown on one of my teeth?

All Depends: This is a question for your general dentist. The answer also depends on which tooth requires the crown. Changing a tooth after orthodontic treatment may require adjustment or need for a new post orthodontic retainer because the old one may not fit after the placement of the new crown. ...Read more

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About to get a root canal tooth (#25) while on braces -is it practical? -will i need a crown? -was quoted $600..Reasonable?

About to get a root canal tooth (#25) while on braces
-is it practical?
-will i need a crown?
-was quoted $600..Reasonable?

Yes and possibly: It is not a problem with braces on. And if you need one based on proper diagnosis it is very practical. A crown is needed only if the tooth has large or multiple fillings. If possible , if a crown is determined necessary by your dentist, see if it can wait until ortho is complete. Fees are locale and dr. Specific. ...Read more

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Dr. Jeffrey Wint
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Braces (Definition)

They are used in orthodontics. The braces are put onto the teeth at precise anatomical locations, and wire runs through the braces and brings teeth into proper alignment. This is a very short answer for a very ...Read more