Took my 12 y/o dd to the dentist last week, and she has a baby tooth that is working itself out, but the adult tooth is showing on the x-ray being crocked. This tooth is upper 3rd from the molar, or by the jaw where no one sees it. This new tooth is also smaller than the baby tooth, and will leave a gap. My question is, should I allow her to get braces to straigten at tooth that is not seen, or do I spend upteen dollars and chance messing up her other teeth? I need opinions, my family seems to think that she don't need them, and we are looking at at least 6 months before we will know for certian. But would love to hear from you guys. Thank you for your time.
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