My dentist (who I've been seeing since I started in London in 2014) is encouraging me to get invisaline as a 'preventative' measure against me damaging my teeth with my massive overbite, rather than cosmetic, even so it wouldn't be covered by my dental insurance and it costs a wad.
Am i better off trying to book a consult with an actual orthodontist and seeing what they say?
My medical/dental insurance covered Invisalign because the size of my overbite made it a medical rather than aesthetic procedure. The dentist then fucked up the invoicing so I only got £800 of the £2,500 paid for, but if your dentist knows what they’re doing that should be ok. I have two aligners left, and there has been a big change.
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