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How many teeth should you loose before you get braces?

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2009-11-28 10:11:35
2009-11-28 10:11:35

You need to have lost all of your baby teeth and all of your grown up teeth need to have if not fully but almost fully come in.

That is completley false, i have got braces and i have a baby tooth still, what they do is that they don't put a thing on that tooth and they give you 3 months to wobble your baby tooth out.

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You get your teeth removed before braces are put on.


You can't get braces with a tooth growing because you need to loose all your milk teeth before having braces. Having a tooth growing may push the brace.


Only if you have baby teeth or if you don't have enough space in your mouth.


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It depends on your orthodontist. Mine is going to make me wait until I lose them all.


No, you do not need to lose all of your baby teeth, only the ones that your dentist or orthodontist tells you which ones you have to lose first.


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:)


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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.


it doesn't matter how old you are but you need to have all of your adult teeth your adult teeth should be strait but if not you should get braces now it could be to late if you wait. !



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yes you can if you already had the braces while your tooth came out then they will put a wire over it but it you teeth came out before the braces no because it is a possibility that the braces can close the gap and stop the adult tooth from coming back in


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Well I believe you do have to get spacers before braces. The spacers are used to separate, or space out, the teeth. Where these spacers are, the bands for your braces will go.I didn't have to get spacers before my braces.Some people do some people don't my friend she did not have to get spacers only braces.


Yes you can! I had not lost all my baby teeth before I had braces, so they simply removed them and put the brackets on around the gaps. An orthodontist will most likely put the braces on, but skip your loose tooth, as the brackets are put on individually. Once it falls out and starts to grow in, they'll put a bracket on it to join the others in the treatment. Hope this helps!


Well, first you need photos and x-rays and then, you like get a mold of your teeth and then your get braces! You're dentist should tell you this! ( I fixed your spelling. ) The amount of appointments before you get your braces, varies on what your teeth look like. If your teeth are really crowded, you will probably have to get these little rubber Os inserted between your teeth and wear them for about two weeks, or have a couple removed. Some people get them the next appointment, some have to wait for five appointments to get braces on. Either way, you are going to get the braces, so don't worry.


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 ;)



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