Is it normal for your front teeth to rest on your bottom braces therefore causing your top and bottom molars to not be able to touch?

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Probably not. But you should call your orthodontist and talk to them about it.  
I researched this problem myself; I have had a similar experience myself. By looking and exploring many different sources of information, this is a common effect and is nothing to worry about. Chances are this is most likely attributed to your molars not having grown in enough, and unless it is seriously impairing your ability to eat, don't be too alarmed. In many cases, this speeds up the shifting process as there is less of a resistance for your teeth. If you are still worried about it, feel free to phone your orthodontist to find out more.
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If you have had braces and several years later your whole set of front top and bottom teeth don't touch can this be repaired?

My advice is to consult an orthodontist ~ in many cases an open bite can be corrected with braces, in more severe cases orthognathic surgery may be needed (which is not as bad

Where are the front top teeth supposed to touch the bottom teeth?

I am assuming that you mean when you bite together. Everyone's bite is a bit different however a textbook "class I incisal canine relationship" means that the maxillary "top"

Are the bottom front teeth called molars?

the bottom front teeth are incisors, a single-rooted teeth with a sharp, thin edge.. they are designed to cut food without the application of heavy force. molars are much lar

Is it ok if your top teeth bite down on your bottom braces?

Well, I know from experience. I clench and grinde my teeth and my back brackets on my molars always fall off. Does that answer your question? the braces on my bottom teeth ge