Can porcelain veneers fix two crooked teeth?

By January 4, 2012 November 30th, 2018 Invisalign

All my teeth are fine, except the two top front ones. These two teeth are crooked and kind of go past each other. I wonder if you can tell me if porcelain veneers can fix this kind of problem?

Janet- Oregon


Yes, porcelain veneers can fix this kind of problem. They are very good at fixing the appearance of crooked teeth. However, if that is all that is wrong with your teeth, you might consider Invisalign. With Invisalign invisible braces, you can actually fix the crooked teeth instead of just covering them up.  These aren’t like traditional braces. There are no wires and brackets, and it is done in half the time. Generally about six months to a year. The best part is, they are truly invisible. No one will even know you are wearing them.

Hope this helps.

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