Have A Dental Implant, Invisalign to Correct Midline?
- Asked by JamesTurnby
- 6 months ago
My midline is slightly deviated (2mm) which results in 2 bites, one slightly crooked, while I also have a dental implant. Is it possible to correct this with Invisalign?
how i have done this, its removal of the crown over implant, put a temporary,do all the movements, you need with any technique and then change the crown over the implant.
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Can I use invisalign with implants?
The short answer is yes. You can't put orthodontic forces on an implant if you do it will fail so you can do invisalign just don't move the implant tooth good luck
Kevin Coughlin DMD, MBA, MAGD CEO Baystate Dental PC
Have a dental implant, Invisalign to coorect the midline
After placing a dental implant, it will be integrated to the bone and unfortunately you will not be able to change position of implant by using invisalign.
It is possible to correct it but can be complicated for little gain. A good cosmetic work up would include facial and intraoral photographs to really understand the problem fully from an esthetic point of view.
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