Can you have a MRI if you have a permanent retainer in your mouth?

Can you have a MRI if you have a permanent retainer in your mouth?

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Answered by Central Medical Imaging

Yes you can, if your having a head or neck scan you might get some image artifact from this. No concerns in regards to the magnetic field.

Published on Jan 25, 2012

Answered by Central Medical Imaging

Yes you can, if your having a head or neck scan you might get some image artifact from this. No concerns in regards to the magnetic field.

Published on Jan 25, 2012


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