I had braces for two years in my teens. I am now 29. My front central incisors have turned in from what I believe was due to my wisdom teeth (now removed). I am just wondering if Invisalign would be an option for me with my inward rotated teeth and what length of treatment would likely be.
Am I a candidate for invisalign and in your opinion how long would my treatment course be? (Photos)
Doctor Answers 2
Invisalign braces is best option in your case and it hardly takes 1 year to correct the alignment of your teeth but still you should visit your dentist for better consultancy.
Invisalign can help you!
Hi, Thanks for sending your question. I think invisalign can you your teeth considerably. You should be able to complete your treatment under a year based on my previous experience with such cases. All the best,
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