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Are there ways to fix crowded teeth besides braces?

7 doctors weighed in
Dr. Alan Zweig
Dentistry
2 doctors agree

In brief: Invisalign

Invisalign is a way to straighten teeth with removable plastic aligners.
Talk to your dentist about this.

In brief: Invisalign

Invisalign is a way to straighten teeth with removable plastic aligners.
Talk to your dentist about this.
Dr. Alan Zweig
Dr. Alan Zweig
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Dr. Gary Chapman
Dentistry - Orthodontics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Invisalign

Invisalign and other similar competitors have a method of straightening teeth with out braces.
This option is very popular with adults. No food restrictions, no braces that show, easy to brush your teeth. There are some limitations as compared with braces. Check with an orthodontist to see what your options are.

In brief: Invisalign

Invisalign and other similar competitors have a method of straightening teeth with out braces.
This option is very popular with adults. No food restrictions, no braces that show, easy to brush your teeth. There are some limitations as compared with braces. Check with an orthodontist to see what your options are.
Dr. Gary Chapman
Dr. Gary Chapman
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Dr. Trever Keele
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Yes

Braces are the most conservative method to fix crowded teeth, but it can also be done with veneers depending on the extent of the crowding.

In brief: Yes

Braces are the most conservative method to fix crowded teeth, but it can also be done with veneers depending on the extent of the crowding.
Dr. Trever Keele
Dr. Trever Keele
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Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dentistry - Orthodontics

In brief: Sure

Surgically you can cut the crooked teeth down and cap them or veneer them. This does not straighten the roots, and is therefore less kind to the supporting tissues.
Additionally, restorations last an average of 10 years and then need repair or replacement. Non surgically you can wear braces (>90% effective) or consider clear aligners (about 41% effective). See an orthodontist for evaluation.

In brief: Sure

Surgically you can cut the crooked teeth down and cap them or veneer them. This does not straighten the roots, and is therefore less kind to the supporting tissues.
Additionally, restorations last an average of 10 years and then need repair or replacement. Non surgically you can wear braces (>90% effective) or consider clear aligners (about 41% effective). See an orthodontist for evaluation.
Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dr. Arnold Malerman
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