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I had got my braces 8 years back but now gradually my teeth looks out so will my teeth keep coming out or will they remain in whatever place they are right now
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Dr. Kunal R Shah
Orthodontist 10 yrs exp Nashik

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Hi.. It seems you had your braces at an early age and as age is progressing towards maturity changes in position of teeth are expected. You might have worn ur retainers till date. Visit your orthodontist soon before it turns out in problem. Thank you.
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Dr. Rashmi Punhani
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Hey there ...I guess you are not wearing a retainer because of which your teeth are getting relapsed in the position before your ortho treatment.. Visit a nearby orthodontist soon... Take care ..!!
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Dr. M. R. Pujari
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Hi..you might need to put braces again followed by a permanent retainer which can prevent teeth movement in future instead or removable retainer. Braces are required both for upper and lower teeth. Lower front teeth must be hitting upper front teeth which normally shouldn't happen. This makes your upper teeth flare up. Visit a nearest Orthodontist. Regards
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Dr. Mohammed Moin Holy
Dentist 9 yrs exp Mumbai
Do consult ur dentist there many factors tat may cause reversal or change in teeth position
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