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If I Have a Impacted Tooth Can Invisalign Be Used to Make the Space Bigger for an Implant?
I have a impacted canine tooth, with the baby tooth still intact, is there any way i can fix this without braces? I mean would it be possible to wear invisalign after i get both the baby tooth and the impacted tooth extracted to make a little more space for a dental implant? Or is there a retainer that works like invisalign where i can have a tooth in the retainer while its making the space bigger?
Invisalign and making space for implants
Invisalign braces used to make space between teeth for an implant.
Invisalign works to create space for implant
Invisalign and opening space
Making space for impacted tooth or implant.
Invisalign to make space for an implant
Creating room for an implant with Invisalign
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