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Wisdom teeth removal

A tooth that does not bite on another corresponding tooth is described as a non-functional tooth . Non-functional teeth may drift within the jawbone until resistance is encountered to provide an occlusal stop (a stable biting position) because your bite pattern is determined by muscular and ner...
23 Feb 2019
Thanks for your inquiries and I understand you are asking about wisdom teeth removal before braces. This is one of the most common questions when it comes to orthodontic treatment. There are a few indications for wisdom tooth removal before braces treatment. But treatment is on...
13 Mar 2019
Usually wisdom teeth are not aligned during Invisalign unless the teeth are fully erupted an in function (you are using it to chew). I do not routinely ask my patients to remove their wisdom teeth prior to Invisalign as we do not usually require the space that the wisdom teeth ...
13 Aug 2018
Upper wisdom teeth usually do not affect orthodontic treatment (braces/clear aligners) except in certain cases. Since you are an adult (non-growing) Class II (this may be skeletal or dental) with an overjet, you may need to consider 3 possible camouflage techniques to reduce th...
5 Jul 2018
In general, wisdom teeth are only extracted if they are impacted and causing pain or infection, at risk of causing decay or gum diseases to the tooth in front, causing biting issues or in the way of your braces treatment. For my patients, I would normally advise to have the wis...
26 Jan 2018
It is better to get your braces done first before your crown. This is because the tooth and gum position will move and it may affect the final crown work. The crown surface may also be damaged during braces work (risk is small) which means that you may need a new crown after brace...
26 Jan 2018
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