Braces can be bonded on teeth covered with veneers, though attaching the bracket on the veneer may damage their surface. In addition, the adhesive that is used to hold the bracket in place may leave a rough spot on the surface of the veneer after removal of the braces. Invisalign is a good option for people with multiple veneers – the aligners will gradually move the teeth without affecting the surface of the veneer.
Teeth with crowns can be moved as the non-crowned teeth, Sometimes the brackets come off easier, but with the use of the right materials for bonding, this drawback can be overcome.
Certain limitations apply, but overall, restored teeth respond to the orthodontic forces as the non-restored teeth.
In conclusion, people with missing or heavily restored teeth can get an aesthetic smile. Multiple specialists may be involved for an efficient treatment plan – the periodontist, the endodontist, the oral surgeon, the orthodontist and the prosthodontist or dentist.