How can I correct my one tooth that is pushed far back without braces? (Photo)

I have a lopsided jaw and on the one side of my mouth I am experiencing crowding with one tooth. I just graduated college so I'm not able to afford Invisalign or braces but was wondering if veneers, composite overlay, or a retainer would fix the problem?

Doctor Answers 1

#InmanAligner is best option

A veneer of any type will be VERY bulky, and it won't be long before you don't like it.  The best thing to do, for about the same fee as a veneer, is the Inman Aligner.  It DOES require compliance, and it is slow, but with the limits you give it is the best option.


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