I wish I had another photo, but based on the one provided, I would say that IPR may work great for your bottom, if needed, but not so great for the top teeth. In other words, IPR alone will probably not create enough room on the top to eliminate your the crowding on top. You might benefit more from an extraction or two on the top to allow enough space for the neighboring teeth to move. Good luck to you and I hope this helps. "Follow" me on Real Self to ask more questions.
Sarah Thompson, DMD
St. Louis, MO
IPR is a mild treatment to improve the appearance of
triangular teeth, reduce black triangles between the teeth, and provide a short
space for movement. Significant overjets or overbites are more dependent on
your jaw structure and the amount of room that is given for the root to be
repositioned. IPR is most likely not a quick fix in your situation.
orthodontists need space for two reasons...to unravel crooked teeth and to retract protrusive teeth. The amount of space you would need to do both of those things in your case may be beyond what IPR can provide...sometimes tooth extractions are necessary