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Replacing teeth pulled for braces?

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You can't replace teeth for braces - either you still have baby teeth that need to come out or you have too many teeth and the extra teeth need to be extracted.

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You can get them on any time after you get teeth pulled, many people get teeth pulled while they already have braces.


In order to receieve braces you need to have lost all of your baby teeth. The answer to your question is yes, I know of a couple people who had to get adult teeth pulled to get braces. So yes.


Sometimes you do sometimes you don't.


No! The only reason for you get teeth pulled is if your mouth is very crowded. In fact, most people don't get their teeth pulled.


It depends on how the teeth are positioned and what your orthoodontist's plans are for how he/she is going to straighten your teeth. I have braces and I didn't need to have teeth pulled. I know somebody who did have to get teeth pulled though. That is the best advice that I can give you though. I hope I answered your question.


For me, they put my braces on, not putting brackets on the ones being pulled, they few months later they pulled out the 4 wisdom teeth.


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.


I don't know if it's OK. I have braces myself and my wisdom teeth are coming in right now. Unfortunatly, I have to get them pulled, if anything that's what would happen. You should wait until the wisdom teeth come in, and then get them pulled, because the metal bands may not fit around the wisdom teeth, and most people have more comfort when their wisdom teeth are pulled. I have braces and my wisdom teeth came through and my otho hasn't done anything to them.


yes. you may have to have some pulled, but it doesnt hurt.


Depends on the size of your jaw and the size of your teeth. I didn't have to lose any, a friend of mine had her canines pulled.


There is no exact age. Just when they start to grow in. They only should be pulled if they need to. If your mouth has room for them, you don't have to get them pulled. But if you do need to get them pulled (as they will mess up your teeth alignment made by braces or mouth is too small), get them pulled when they start to grow in. SEE A DOCTOR about this.


It can be a few days or a few weeks, depending on how quickly your gums heal.


Sometimes. My mouth was too small and I had 4 extra teeth the oral surgeon pulled out.


Teeth Braces or Dental Braces (orthodontic braces/braces) are used to align and straighten teeth. The application is for cosmetic appearance and overall dental health.


That would depend upon the work that needs to be done. I did not have any teeth pulled when I had braces as a youngster. As I have grown older, my teeth have crowded and straightening them would likely require removal of some teeth to create the space to allow the teeth to move back (and stay) in position.


An orthodontist can put braces on your teeth


Usually on the back braces on your teeth, as well as some on the front, there are little hooks. These hooks are used to loop the rubber bands around when the teeth need pulled in another direction to straighten them out.


No. The braces will hold the teeth in place.


Braces are things that go on your teeth and it straighten your teeth and make you have a nicer smile


It is unlikely that you get braces with baby teeth, but if they are molars or larger teeth you can.


with braces u will need the dentist to tighten them every now and again when this happens there will be a slight pain because there is strain on the teeth but after a while the pain disperses until the dentist tightens them hope this helps and doesnt scare u :)


if you have good teeth, nothing, but if they are crooked, they will stay that way and you might get some teeth pulled. And also if not treated you will later get jaw pain.


Each case is different. Some patients do not need any teeth removed. You can talk about this with the orthodontist before treatment begins.


if your bottom teeth are okay and straight then they are not going to put braces in the bottom teeth , but if your top teeth are crooked and not straight , then you will only get braces at the top.


As long as you brush your teeth while you have your braces, there will be no marks. I had no marks on my teeth when my braces were removed. Another student in my school, however, never brushed her teeth and when her braces were removed she actually had brown bands on her teeth. ~ T



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