I was born with an overbite and while at the dentist the other day we were talking about ways to fix it. I told the dentist that I was planing on joining the Army in around 18-20ish months and that if I had braces, I would still be undergoing treatment. She said I most likely could not qualify for invisalign and that jaw surgery could be an option, only problem is the last time researched that I read I would need to get screws/pins and plates in my mouth. Not too many of them but I read that it could or couldn't disqualify me from enlisting. A few people on yahoo answers(not the best source) said it is a disqualification and others said that a note from the doctor saying the the bone is healed and the hardware is just there because it would be too costly to remove and or a waiver at meps would suffice. Can anyone active duty or former military let me know what the rules are on this? Thanks.