I had Invisalign in 2006 when I was 16 years old. I got Invisalign because had one protruding tooth that I wanted to be aligned with the rest of my teeth, which was accomplished. I'm now 22 & although I wear my retainer religiously, I'm getting some spacing in my back teeth that will need to be fixed. Also, one problem, a slight overbite, wasn't corrected before. I was wondering if that can be corrected now through Invisalign even years after I finished my treatment and if I'd have to pay more.
Will My Issues Be Corrected With Invisalign Revision 5 Years After 1st Treatment?
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Retreating with Invisalign
Yes you can always retreat with invisalign. You would probably incur another full fee. We grow from age 16 to 22 a little. SO now is a good time to do it. Yes your problems can be corrected. Make sure you wear your retainers when you are done as there is always a tendency for relapse
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