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As i have removed 4 teeth's for teeth alignment 3 years before and discontinued the treatment in the middle ,can i again continue the treatment of braces...
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Yes you can start the treatment again provided you first make up your mind that you will not discontinue it again..... a proper clinical examination by an orthodontist will help in the evaluation of the current situation of the teeth.... the best treatment plan can be advised after that only.... Regards
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HI, Consult the ORTHODONTIST for the exact diagnosis of the present condition of your teeth. Treatment can again be continued if you are serious this time. The treatment planning may not be the same this time depending on the present condition.
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You can restart your treatment. Just show it to an orthodontist for further treatment plan.
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Hello, you Need to consult an orthodontist.It shouldnt be a problem for you to continue your treatment. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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Yes, definitely you can continue the treatment, in fact you should start the treatment as soon as possible to avoid other complications .
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hello, yes, you can continue your orthodontic treatment. visit a orthodontist and get it checked at the earliest. He will see the case clinically and decide the treatment plan.
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Yes, you can continue the treatment. Visit an Orthodontist at the earliest so that you can resume your treatment and prevent unnecessary problems like decayed teeth, etc.
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Visit an Orthodontist/ Braces specialist
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Yes you can restart the treatment but consult a experienced orthodontics now and don't stop the treatment again
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Yes you can. Teeth are extracted to utilize that space for further alignment of teeth. But as you have gone for extraction and then discontinued the treatment this must have caused space loss and further malalignment of teeth. Consult an Orthodontist soon and complete your tratement.
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Hi,Please consult braces specialist as already you have delayed the treatment & adjacent teeth might have shifted in the removed tooth space.Get OPG & lateral cephalogram (x rays ) removed.
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Hi Yes you should start with the treatment at the earlist.. your orthodontist may ask for various radiographs before treating you
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retainers after your treatment is a must
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Yes, the orthodontic treatment can be continued after proper evaluation of position and condition of the teeth.
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Teeth may catch decay because of the irregular spaces formed between the teeth due to discontinued orthodontic treatment. Please have a proper dental check up done and treat the decayed tooth (if any) before continuing the teeth alignment process.
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