Yes, it is possible, however it should only be done if necessary. If you move house to a new city or state for example, you may have to change orthodontists purely for practical reasons. Orthodontists are used to transferring details between each other and will ensure your records are sent to your new practitioner.
In this manner, what happens if you have braces and you move?
Sometimes families need to relocate while one of their family members is in the middle of orthodontic treatment. If the move is a significant distance, they likely will have to find a new orthodontist to continue their treatment.
Secondly, can a different orthodontist tighten my braces?
Yes! Despite all the protestations you hear from Big Tech, there is a simple privacy law that makes sense without destroying th Once you get braces on, it is unlikely that you can get a different dentist to perform any adjustments to them without a referral from the original dentist that placed the braces.
Can I get my braces taken off somewhere else?
Usually, the last visit to your orthodontist is included in the overall cost of the treatment. But some orthodontists will charge the last visit separately, or you may end up getting the braces removed by a different doctor because you've moved.
Can you have braces for 10 years?
Although braces are helpful, they will not correct an overbite if a child is under 10 years old. The big issue is that new teeth will continue to grow along the lower jaw. Children who have buck teeth can have them corrected with braces when they are around 12 years old.