if your baby teeth falls out, it doesn't matter because it was going to fall out anyway. the whole point of braces are to make your teeth tighten and get them straight so when it was tightening your teeth, i think it caused your baby teeth to wobble and fall. but its ok because at least its not your adult teeth so dont worry! :)
It is unlikely that you get braces with baby teeth, but if they are molars or larger teeth you can.
They don't put braces they wait for the baby teeth to fall out and if the adult teeth come in wrong then they put braces.
Yah only ur baby 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
You will have to get braces if your teeth are twisted but you don't have to get them until your 20,30 or 40 years old and your teeth can untwist if you lose all your baby teeth I think.
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.
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.
There isn't a specific age, but once your baby teeth fall out, you can get braces.
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 ;)
NO! Do not do that to any baby, (Or someone with baby teeth). It would be very painful since there teeth are smaller than adult size teeth and the braces wouldn't fit on those small teeth. And plus, Why waste your money? The teeth are going to fall out anyway, Gapless or not.
yes if u losted your frount 4 teeth
They will be out by then, there is no point moving no permanent teeth
all baby teeth falls out and replaces by permanent teeth.
Once all of your baby teeth have fallen out and grown in!
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.
Depends, you definitely can't get braces on baby teeth, but i've known people to get them while they still have some baby teeth and some permanent teeth. It depends on what your orthodontist recommends, a couple of my friends have had removable braces, and then had fixed ones. If your adult teeth aren't coming through, orthodontists can remove them. Hope this helped :)
Yes but you should get the when all your baby teeth have fallen out
until all your baby teeth fall out and most of them are crooked.
mostly all of them.
Only if you have baby teeth or if you don't have enough space in your mouth.
Dentists recommend that you grow out all your baby teeth and grow in new adult teeth because it would be a waste to straighten baby teeth if they're just gonna fall out anyway. Wait until your adult teeth grow in to get braces since adult teeth are pretty much your permanent teeth.
It all depends, everybody is different. Lots of people have braces at different ages. You can basically have braces put on once you have lost all your baby teeth. The younger (teens) you are the better as the teeth move a lot easier.
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
The first set of teeth falls out during childhood only. They do not fallow you to your adulthood. So that they are called as baby teeth.