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FAQ:  Porcelain Veneers


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Question:
Gaps in veneers: I had veneers put on my front teeth. I then suffered trauma to my mouth that caused my two front teeth to gap and splay out slightly.

Are braces or Invisalign options to correct gaps and realign veneered teeth? ... Visitor from Chicago

Answer:
Yes, braces or Invisalign treatment should be able to realign your front teeth, assuming the structures haven't been compromised.

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