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Straighten Teeth Naturally
In the US: Best option, braces, over 90% improvement. 2nd choice is any of the removable or semi-removable appliances! including clear aligners, with about a 50% or less improvement outcome. Treatment in the hands of a specialist is more successful than in the hands of a generalist. Success has more to do with the training, skill, and experience of the practitioner than in the type of gadget. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am 16 I had an small accident yesterday. About 25 %of my teeth had broken .do I can have a full teeth naturally?
Braces: The best option for straightening your teeth will depend on your particular teeth and will be different for everyone. Traditional braces, invisalign, crowns or veneers are some options. Start with an evaluation with your general dentist or an orthodontist and discuss your goals and learn what options you have. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible: In that baking soda (not powder) is a commonly used dentifrice it can be said to lighten teeth by helping to remove extrinsic stain or help clean them of dark surface deposits. It has no natural bleaching capability though to alter the intrinsic color of the tooth so depending on what you mean by lighten, the best answer is "maybe". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Orthodontics: See a qualified orthodontic specialist, someone who does nothing but orthodontics, for examination and opinion. Lots of ways to fix malocclusion. For adults braces 90-95% effective!, clear aligners 41% effective! removable appliances less effective than thay. See a pro, call an orthodontist. Remember, if it looks too good to be true..... ...Read more
Crowding: Regardless your age, yes you can :). If the malalignment is minor, you can just have, e.g. Inman aligner that can straighten it fast. It's removable so you can still floss your teeth. If the crowding is moderate to severe, you rather have a comprehensive orthodontic treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: It really depends on what the black lines are from. If they are organic stains, any whitening agent can remove them, or a hygienist with some mild pumice. Your local natural food/product store will have things on the shelf you can use. If they are areas of decay, you should have the decay removed and the tooth filled. Check with your dentist to make sure you know what the lines are from. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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