Is it possible to straighten all my teeth now that I have implants?

| May 2, 2014 | 1 Comment

by sinead cunningham

I have had dental implants – however since then my other teeth(my own teeth) have moved over the years and they are now crooked. It does not look good and i find it distressing. Is it possible to straighten all my teeth now that I have implants in?
my front tooth is now very prominent.


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  1. sandydig says:

    Straightening the Teeth NEW
    by: Sharon B., RDH

    Hi Sinead,

    It is very possible to correct your malocclusion (misaligned teeth) even though you have implants. Please seek a consultation with an orthodontic specialist! You will have many choices of orthodontic options when it comes to straightening your teeth, and special care will be taken to work around your implants. These days there are very many options for adults when it comes to wearing braces – invisible braces, lingual braces, clear braces, Invisalign…you name it! I think you will be very pleased. Investigate your options and then choose a provider that offers that service. Usually consultations will be free, and that appointment will be able to tell you how long your treatment will last and if any other orthodontic treatments are better.

    Orthodontics is the only way to straighten your teeth.

    Good luck,


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