Will Invisalign Close in Gap Caused by Baby Tooth Extraction? (photo)
I'm 18 years old and I'm considering getting invisalign. My ortho said that I have a baby tooth right next to my upper left canine, and that is why my canine grew higher than my other teeth and pushed my front 2 teeth to the right causing misalignment. He said I would need to extract my baby tooth in order for my canine to have space to move down. My question is weather invisalign can actually close in that gap? and shift all my teeth to their position? I will include pictures as well.
Invisalign to tip high canine into alignment and correct midline shift
Invisalign to Close Gap Caused by Baby Tooth Extraction
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