If both were orthodontists, then it's your decision. If neither of them were, get an opinion from an orthodontist. Both are right, it just depends on their technique and opinion. Either way you will get the end result desired. In my opinion, getting them on now will save time in the braces for the child. But that is just an opinion. It is really up to you. Go with whatever and whichever dentist makes you and your child more comfortable, either way the teeth will end up straight.
no, your wisdom teeth wont stop you from getting your braces, the only teeth removed before getting braces are baby teeth. although getting wisdom teeth removed when theyre coming in is necessary, and if not then straightened teeth can be moved and pushed by incoming teeth, and crowding the mouth.
No, I have procelin crowns and I am getting braces. They just had to fix my teeth first before they put on the braces. Good luck:)
You get your teeth removed before braces are put on.
nope just baby teeth so the permanent teeth with will grow in place of the baby teeth have time to grow before the brace is put into place luv ya xx
I have never heard of anyone haveing to get there teeth cleaned before getting braces put on. I think that it's more of a personal choice.
Sometimes. My mouth was too small and I had 4 extra teeth the oral surgeon pulled out.
So many dentists remove lots of teeth to make the mouth conform to the desired shape. If your dentist/orthodontist recommends this, get a second opinion. There is no reason not to wait until the permanent teeth come in before getting braces. Or, consider an appliance for early intervention.
You can't get braces on baby teeth. The girl would have to have her permanent teeth first (and should, by the age of 13). Needing braces is a matter of genetics and heredity. Some people have perfectly straight teeth naturally. Others (like me!) have needed braces. ~ T
They will be out by then, there is no point moving no permanent teeth
Dentists will usually tell you you'll need to get your wisdom teeth out before that happens.
yes, you need to have lost all your baby teeth and have your adult teeth in. Because the role of braces is to have straight teeth for life --- which would be your new grown in teeth. you wouldn't want braces on baby teeth that would just eventually come out.. that would be a waste ;)
and what if you still have your canine baby teeth still in
Only some teeth that will screw with the braces and need to be taken out. Putting the braces on is 100% PAINLESS. You will feel your teeth getting sore for about a week or two after, though.
Not at all! Braces help your teeth look a lot better and will remove the gap between your teeth.
My friend has had buck teeth all her life, and has tried everything there is, except braces. Now that she's 11, she is getting braces. So yes, i think you have to be 11 to get braces if you have buck teeth.
The only way to know when you get your braces off is when your ortodontist tells you. And that all depends on how long your treatment is gunna take dependeing on how bad of shape your teeth were in before getting braces
No, when you get braces on, the orthodontist is simply applying apparatus to the outside of your teeth, so there is no pain. After a few hours of getting your braces on, you may feel some discomfort as the braces begin to move your teeth.
Either get braces or wear face custom made fake teeth, but honestly, if you have the money, get braces.
The bottom answer is not totally correct. You must wait at least a few weeks, preferably 3 months, before getting braces in order to let the gums and the bone heal properly before putting on braces. They can never get braces because they will irritate the damaged gums.
Yes, I had 2 sets of milk canines before growing my permanent teeth
depends on your teeth
Braces on baby teeth can be used to make room for incoming teeth if there isn't enough room naturally. Sometimes a kid will not have certain baby teeth or will lose them earlier than normal and the space will close, and braces or extractions may be necessary to make room for the permanent teeth
nah, im 13 and my permanent teeth came in ages ago -.- :D x
Having you widsom teeth pulled would not affect getting braces. Normally braces are used to straighten the front teeth. Besides, your widsom teeth are in the very back of your mouth, you probably would not have even had the braces go that far back.