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Flared teeth after braces
I got my braces off just this year and I wasn't happy with the result at all. My teeth flared out and I am getting too conscious. I can get braces again but my problem is I am leaving the country within 5 months. Is there any way I can get this fixed without wearing braces again?
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It’s always better to have fixed braces at a single Orthodontist. If you are shifting places try clear aligners from a qualified Orthodontist
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Post braces retainers are needed to keep the teeth in place. They are to be worn for a minimum of a year full time . Flaring can happen if the retainers are not worn regularly. Depending on the extent of the relapse you may need to treat it again with braces, or get clear aligners which are set of transparent hard trays to push your teeth back in place.visit a dentist to get a clearer idea about your options
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U can see the option of Invisalign .,, ortho treatment without braces and that too it has its coverage throughout world ...
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Hello. Kindly visit an Orthodontist and get checked if Aligners(invisible braces) treatment can be done for you, and if so then there are chances you can get your teeth aligned to perfection without you being here. The 5 months before your departure wherein you can visit the Orthodontist for getting used to will definitely help.
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