Overcoming Teeth That Are Not Intact With Braces?
Hello I want to ask one of my front teeth that are not intact, and my other teeth are not flat, I want to plan to tidy it up using magic stirrup, is it safe for my incomplete teeth? thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. Having teeth that are intact, neat and clean does affect one's appearance. But even though there are now many options to straighten teeth, not all of them are safe to do.
When discussed one by one each type and brand will be too long, but in essence, all the teeth tidiness carried out without preceded by a dental examination we do not recommend. Because, the structure of each person's teeth is different with different problems. That is why the duration of the stirrup installation can vary in each person, and for the retainer installation, doctors usually use a mold that comes from the patient's own mouth. Some people who want to straighten their teeth even have to pull out 1-2 teeth. So that when uniformed in each patient, the treatment will not be optimal.
Therefore, first check your condition at the dentist so that your condition can be ascertained through a history and direct examination. If there are teeth that are not intact due to a fracture, they can later be treated with a number of ways such as using fillings, crowns, veneers and dentures. If it's been handled, then maybe later you will be paired stirrup. But in the meantime, don't use tools without a dentist's check so that you don't harm yourself. So, hopefully answering your question.