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Is it a problem to get braces if you have crowned teeth?

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2006-07-17 12:54:41
2006-07-17 12:54:41

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. If you only have a problem with your top teeth, only your top will get braces. Sometimes the ortodontist doesn't put braces on the back teeth until later. Sometimes, although this doesn't happen much, the braces will only be placed on the front four teeth.

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You want all of your teeth to have fallen out that way your adult teeth are in and you do not have to worry about losing teeth will you have braces.

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You get your teeth removed before braces are put on.

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