Top canines turned inwards, causing a gap: Will Invisalign Work for Me? (photo)
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Invisalign for rotated canines
canines being rotated and gaps opening up usually means that the front teeth may be moving forward. It is very difificult for canines to start rotating if there is no space available.
Your lower and upper teeth may be drifting forward.
Whilst you are rotating the canines back, you may need to leave some space for the anterior teeth to be pulled backward.
Will invisalign work for me
From your photos that you have provided it does look like you would be a good candidate for invisalign treatment. Find a certified provider in your area
Invisalign would not only work but will give you a very successful outcome. However, retention is key. The treatment time would be approximately 6- 8 months
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Invisilign for canines.
It should be fairly easy to correct with Invisilign and would take less then an year. Most likely about 5-9 months
Will Invisalign Work for My Spaces around Canines
From your photos, it looks like Invisalign WILL work for you and it should take from 4-8 months.
From the photo it looks like you have a large jaw bone. So you have extra space as a result and the spacing.
Treatment time will take 1-2 years, you may not be able to align the canines perfectly with Invisalign as it not the best option for rotated teeth, but it will look way better than it is now.
Invisalign should work for you to close the spaces, but you might still be left with some small spaces.
These can be filled in later with composite resin (white filling material) or porcelain veneers.
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