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If you have a little overbite and some crooked teeth on bottom how long would you have to wear braces and how much would they cost?

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2015-07-15 19:29:21
2015-07-15 19:29:21

It really depends on the orthodontist and the type of braces they use. You can get free consultations from pretty much any orthodontist. They will tell you about how long you will need to wear them, you can decide together what type you want and they will let you know how much it will cost. And how much your insurance will cover, if they cover any and if you have insurance.

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It's your choice, of course if you get braces then you'll have perfect teeth but no you don't have to get them.


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