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My dentist purposely bent my braces wire?

Okay I've had braces almost 2 years and I was supposed to get them off (for sure by April) my ortho. Said anyways. My last checkup my dentist bent my braces wire in two places and it hurts a lot!! It also seems to be making my teeth go Inward and it looks really bad! The way my teeth were you couldn't even see my back teeth because they went in so much and they just got out in the perect position. Could anyone tell me why my dentist would do this? And also will he make my teeth go back in before he takes my braces off? Thanks!
asked in Orthodontics Forum by Aervin25 (2 points)  

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Just because your friends didn't experience what you have doesn't mean it isn't necessary. Not all cases need teeth rotated or extruded, but some cases need it.  
 If you trust your dentist then just follow their advice.  The wire in this fashion likely won't be like this for the whole case. If you need any help contact dentistsinmobileal.
answered by DavidLee (153 points)  
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Just trust your dentist and ask him why, and he will explain you much better to ask here. Right?
answered by james_ortho (9 points)  
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