Non-Professional Seeking Home Made Retainer Help
So I've joined this forum because the internets vast, and the best place for info is a professional forum. My apologies if I'm out of my element, I understand the risks and understand I can permanently cause major problems for myself.
So with that out of the way, I've previously had braces and my retainers were accidentally destroyed. Due to lack of funds, I could not have replacements made. Now my teeth have shifted and I'm doing my own work to fix it. I've created my own alginate mold and did a cast of my teeth. I then 3d scanned them into my computer using photogrammetry. I've gone through some ortho textbooks and found information pertaining to proper adjustment of teeth and where to put pressure for rotation, tilt, and pivot points.
So my question is, for doing my own adjustments (via 3d rendering), do I make adjustments to all my teeth at once or some teeth until I've moved specific teeth enough. I know teeth move around 1mm per 5ish week period, but I dont know best practice for practical movement. My canines have shifted outward, my two front teeth face slightly inward, and the teeth between my canines and front are pushed back slightly. Any advice would be great. Again my apologies for being a non-professional. But thank you for any advice.