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Yes, you are still a candidate for orthodontic treatment if you have veneers. Typically, veneers are made of porcelain, or are sometimes made of a composite resin material. Both clear aligners (for example, Invisalign) and traditional braces can successfully be used for orthodontic treatment in patients with veneers, as long as the teeth underneath the veneers are healthy.

If traditional braces are used, special bonding materials will be used to attach the brackets to the veneers to minimize the risk of damaging them. After brackets are removed, your orthodontist will remove any excess adhesive and polish the surface of the veneers.

If clear aligners (for example, Invisalign) are used, your orthodontist will monitor your progress to ensure an adequate aligner fit throughout treatment. If attachments are required, your orthodontist is able to bond them to the surface of veneers.

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