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Sir, what would be the approx. Expenditure on lingual braces, is it effective enough and if teeth is extracted during the process, are there any side effects in the long run.

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Might cost you few hundreds for extraction of teeth. 30-60, 000 for lingual braces.
It's a good technique costs fifty k n more teeth r extracted to generate space no known after or side effects
Lingual braces are relatively more technique sensitive so its relatively costly. Prices varies according to severity of your problem, choice of material (metallic, ceramic, Invisalign) dentist's quality and experience and different places in world. In Dehradun, it will be about 40k to 75k. There is absolutely no side effects in long run. Not even in a single patient. Mishaps happens when quakes do it. So please consult only a qualified MDS orthodontist. Since you are 34 now, duration of treatment may increase in your case. Probably from 1.5 years to 2.5 years. That's all. Thank You.
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no side effects of the procedure,it is best to go for lingual braces
Around 1.25k in delhi with latest Cadcam technology. Treatment time is around 1.5 to 2 years .No side effects, only follow the proper instructions of your Orthodontist.
Hello Lybrate user, lingual braces in india will cost you from 50k to 80k depending on the severity of the condition. There is no side effect as such also if teeth is extracted the space is closed upon completion of treatment. Initially you will have difficulty in speaking, which will subside after 7 to 10 days. Also not every cases are suitable for lingual braces so visit an orthodontist to find out which method of orthodontic treatment is suitable for you. If you ask me, ceramic braces are tooth colored and are less evident and can be a good option for you. Hope this helps.
Yes effective ranges from 25000 to 40000.
For lingual braces the charges are approx mately aroun 80,000 to 90,000 depending on case and severity of condition.There is no problem at all in extraction of teeth.
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