Colleen Cancio explains on HowStuffWorks that a person can straighten his teeth without braces by using aligners, retainers, contouring or veneers. Clear, plastic removable aligners are the most popular alternatives to b... More »

It is not possible to straighten the teeth at home without working with a dental professional, according to HowStuffWorks. There are, however, alternatives to traditional braces such as aligners, veneers and contouring. More »

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It is impossible to straighten one's own teeth at home by pushing on them, and doing so can result in tooth loosening or tooth loss, warns Vincent G. Kokich, a private practice orthodontist. He explains that teeth only m... More »

Teeth may be straightened with traditional braces, retainers, mouth guards or clear aligners, such as Invisalign, states HowStuffWorks. People with minor misalignment may also consider porcelain veneers or contouring, wh... More »

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The most common alternatives to orthodontic braces for straightening crooked teeth are removable aligners and retainers and dental contouring. These alternatives may not be suitable if the teeth are severely misaligned. More »

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To make a natural tooth whitener, a person crushes strawberries into a pulp, applies the pulp on her teeth, waits for five minutes, and then rinses it off, according to HowStuffWorks. Other natural tooth whiteners includ... More »

To get straight teeth, consult with an orthodontist or, in some cases, a dentist to receive one of several types of braces, such as metal braces, ceramic braces or clear aligners, explains Broderick Dusek & Deleon Orthod... More »

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