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Some Problems Gone, New Ones Introduced - Virginia
- posted 1 year ago
- Not Sure
- Cost: $5,000
At evaluation time, there was no question about...
- 1 Jan 2012
At evaluation time, there was no question about Invisalign's ability to correct my pronounced diastema (gap). However, as treatment neared its end, my front teeth began to tip instead of moving to close the gap. My dentist then began attributing it to my short teeth and long roots. This was the case from the beginning, however, and the animation that is supposed to show the progress didn't show this anomaly. I'm now being told that I will need veneers to correct my skewed front teeth. I feel that animation the show you at the beginning is nothing but a marketing gimmick.
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