After Developing a Posterior Open Bite from Invisalign Treatment, the Doctor Recommended Doing Crowns, is This Correct?
Invisalign caused me to have a slight posterior open bite on both sides from my bicuspids to my molars. The doctor wants to charge me to do bonding on 12 teeth to stabilize the bite, and then do crowns on all 12 teeth. This seems drastic, and very costly. The bonding is 1100 and the crowns will cost me about 8000. Is this the most effective way to treat an open bite?
Posterior open bite after invisalign
Absolutely do NOT do Crowns to correct open bite after Invisalign
Do NOT Get Crowns Placed for Posterior Open Bite
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