I pulled out four teeth for orthodontics. It was originally said to be one and a half to two years. Now the doctor says it can be removed three months a year. I think it is said on the Internet that it will absorb the root of the tooth and so on. Will it be like this
This is still different, because everyone's orthodontic situation will be different, so the specific orthodontic position of his teeth should be adjusted according to different situations. Choose different methods according to different situations.
According to your description, you are now doing orthodontic treatment of teeth. This process generally takes about two to three years before all teeth can be excluded and the occlusal contact relationship between upper and lower teeth can be restored. It is impossible to achieve the effect of overall treatment in a little more than a year. It is recommended that you go to the hospital for a review to determine the treatment results.
There is little difference between three months a year and one and a half years. Those with faster correction speed can be completed within one year. The patient is not old, the growth and reconstruction of alveolar bone is very active, and the teeth move faster. As long as the upper and lower teeth form a stable occlusal relationship and close the gap, the correction can be ended.