The Use Of Braces On Teeth That Have Been Veined Due To Fractures?
Good night. I want to ask a tooth that was veined because it was broken. Can I still install the stirrup?
From the information you conveyed, if a tooth is broken or a tooth that has been veined is broken, it is necessary to do an initial examination by your dentist. If the doctor's evaluation results in an evaluation of the risk of veener damage if a brace is done, then it can be considered the installation of a brace that can be removed or a removable brace, such as Invisalign.
However, if the dentist's evaluation results indicate the condition of the other teeth and the vener is strong enough to support, especially in the area of the associated tooth fracture, then braces can be considered.
However, all of this requires an examination and evaluation from your dentist.
That is the information we can convey, also read veener and stirrup.