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Hi, I am 25 year old girl. My teeth are very badly aligned. I want to get the straight but in less time. I wish to know the options available. If braces too i want to know the maximum time and less visible ones. As i have to get married soon.

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Dear, there are many options as per your requirement, 1. Ceramic braces 2. Lingual orthodontics - braces placed on the inner side of the teeth 3. Clear Path - No braces used only specialized transparent trays are used all these techniques takes minimum of one year n maximmum of 2-3 years. Other way is get the veeners and laminates done.- I mean Smile designing .
Ya it is possible,but for that u need to visit my clinic.I can advice the treatment plan on clinical examination
You can get the invisible braces. The treatment time is fixed. No compromise on it.
Hi .The best treatment is to get braces.They are of different types and prices.The more cosmetic and invisible braces gets more the price.They can take somewhere from 8 months to a year to get them aligned.Depending on the work.More straightning will require more time.Otherwise you can go for smile designing from a cosmetic dentist.He/she will decide fillings veneers to align them.Its is better to visit a cosmetic dentist for consult.I would suggest you to go for braces as they will help your teeth in the best way so that your teeth will serve you for a long time.If money is not an issue you can go for invisalign.It is the latest technique and require series of plates to be worn.You can remove them if you are going out so no body will notice anything different.
Hi The best treatment for malaligned teeth is treatment with braces. The duration of such treatment depends upon the nature and degree of the problem. If you are concerned about visibility, you can opt for some of the newer techniques where the hardware is less visible, either because it is placed on the inner aspect of the teeth, or because it is white or transparent. However, most of these systems have limitations, and only after an assessment can their suitability to you be assessed. They would also be significantly more expensive than conventional braces. If you are concerned about duration, there are techniques that allow faster alignment of teeth, within a few weeks. However, this involves alignment of only your front teeth, leaving the other teeth unchanged. Also, the applicability of this system to you also has to be determined by assessment and evaluation of your diagnostic records. There are also faster, but more intrusive techniques available, such as the use of veneers or crowns that may be offered as a compromise, but would involve unnecessary removal of otherwise healthy tooth tissue and should, maybe, be used only as a last resort.
Good evening - braces is the best option - it takes about 12 to 18 months depending upon the severity of your problem. There are very good ceramic braces by a company called as 3M and they almost do not remain visible but then they are very expensive. There are cheaper chinese ones but they fall off quite ofter thus delaying the treatment time. Seek an appointment from a good orthodontist. If you want to avoid braces there are other ways available requiring less time but not as long lasting as braces. For seeing some of the ways go to facebook - search for Ahal Dental Clinic and see the cases to get an idea. But, one can only guide you on having a thorough dental check up by a good dental surgeon specialist, who has handles such cases before.
There are some amazing options for the alignment of the teeth. First need to see the alignment of the teeth. Please visit a dentist.
How much time do u have before marriage
You have three options according to your conditions 1st ceramic braces- it is not visible from a distance 2nd lingual orthodontics- here the braces are on the inner surface of tooth so not visible. 3rd is clear aligners, it is like splints that is removable, so in those social gathering you can remove it, though it is a very costly treatment.
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