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Who Could Benefit from Molar Uprighting?
Posted on 7/23/2020 by Moyer Office
There are a number of people who wonder how to fix a crooked molar without opting for invasive dental procedures. In the case of crooked molars, we have usually seen that there is no pain involved and neither is there any sort of infection. While some people believe the only way to repair these molars is to uproot them and go in for implants, we can help you save your natural teeth with the help of molar uprighting. Who Can Benefit From This? People with crooked molars will benefit a lot from this. While there are various treatment options available for people that have an under bite or an overbite, people usually do not have a lot of information with regards to straightening of their molars. If you have crooked molars, chewing food and closing your mouth completely could be a tedious task. Instead of opting in for invasive procedures, you should ask us more about how we could assist you with the help of molar uprighting. People that have misaligned jaws or someone that has been in an accident can also benefit from molar uprighting. A misaligned jaw usually results in the molars going haywire and instead of going through painful procedures; this is an easier solution to fix it. The best part about this is it is a permanent solution. When done correctly, the aesthetic appeal of molar uprighting is beautiful and you get to keep your natural set of teeth, which is an added advantage. What Does Molar Uprighting Do? In this procedure, a single molar is slightly chipped off to align with the rest of the teeth and a wire is then placed around it to straighten it. Much like braces, you may need to wear this wire for a couple of weeks to completely straighten out the molars. This can be done with individual as well as multiple molars in one go. If you are facing a problem of misaligned molars and are looking for a permanent solution, contact our professionals right away and we will be glad to assist you.... Read more...