If I’m missing two teeth, will that mean I can’t have invisalign? I don’t want braces, especially at my age. Will I need to replace the teeth first?
Sonya M. – Michigan
It’s not likely the missing teeth will be a problem with Invisalign. But that depends on a couple of things.
First, which teeth are missing
Second, how many are missing.
It’s possible you won’t even have to replace them, depending on which teeth they are.
The key will be to see a few general dentists who place invisalign. Orthodontists, tend to lead toward wires and brackets, which is where their training is.
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