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Adult braces, anyone?

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Threadbearer, Jan 19, 2009.

  1. shellshock

    shellshock Senior member

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    Anything for you, sugar baby [​IMG]

    just tell wifey you're sponsoring some kid from south america so that they can have good teeth. [​IMG]
     
  2. JBG

    JBG Well-Known Member

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    For traditional braces (or even Invisalign), do they take any teeth out (the back ones)? Also, obviously it depends on a case to case basis, but what's the range of price for traditional braces if you're 19/20?
    Yes - case by case basis. In my case they wanted to remove my wisdom teeth (3 had not come in) before installing the braces for fear that if the wisdom teeth moved they would ruin the changes from the braces. I know others who have had one or more teeth removed to aid in spreading out crowded teeth.
     

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