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hi sir / mam 5 year ago I had a very bad orthodontic treatment which ended up in the extraction of three teeth one from the upper left jaw(premolar) and two from the lower left jaw. ( premolar and canine) most unfortunate thing is that she also removed my canine because of that I am unable to bite from the left side. a dentist told me that premolar can be transformed into canine but I don't think that it is a doable solution.s...
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Does anyone know any orthodontists that would re open my extraction spaces in London/anywhere in the UK?
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Is their a difference between a orthodontic and a hospital orthodontics? My son and his friend attended the above last October and my son has to wait 1 to 2 years before his next appointment, but his friend who went to the one at the hospital is now starting his treatment. I am concerned that if we go to the hospital we would get seem to quicker? Would this be the case?
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My 14 yr old daughter has had fixed braces for 4 years to correct an overbite and jutting out front teeth.I am very concerned that very large gaps started appearing in her teeth last year and are becoming progressively worse.She also was advised to have 2 back teeth extracted by her orthodontist.She is acutely conscious of this and I am finding it difficult to placate her.I know her treatment is still in progress but the gaps ...
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I'm looking for a dentist in the Uk who is familiar with re opening extraction spaces and is familiar with the work of http://www.facefocused.com/ReOpen.html. Many thanks, Nick
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My daughter who is 15 next month broke one of her adult teeth at the front of her lower set over 4 years ago. The dentist offered to put build in up to make the rest but as it was a straight horizontal break it would probably just fall off. As she was not conscious of how it looked she chose not to have it done. A couple of days ago she has a fixed brace fitted, was experiencing pain but we thought that it was normal until tod...
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hi i have both my upper first molars taken out years ago, i realised my front teeth taking all the pressure and started to feel tender. my upper second molars are not occluding as they are facing buccally. the restorative dentist placed minimal prep bridges on both sides to open up my bite. during the impreession taking my jaw slid on the bite registration and the dentist said that it would be fine. when they placed the bridge...
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My son 15 year old has a tooth still up in his gum,his fang sorry don't know the real name. He has a milk tooth still in place below it. He has had an appointment at the nhs orthodontist who has said he needs to go in for surgery and have the tooth in his gum removed, the milk tooth and another tooth on the other side and have a brace because his teeth are all pushing forward and he he has an over bite. The orthodontist also s...
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Hi I had 2 teeth extracted and my upper teeth pushed back when I was younger to correct an overbite. My teeth are now too far back in my mouth and are hardly visable when I smile, giving me a sunken profile. Is it possible to reverse this by reopening the extraction spaces and moving the front teeth forward with braces and an expander ? Thanks Simon
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Hi, I'm 14 years old. I have always had horrible teeth, not dirty but just all in different places and not straight. Today I went to the dentist to have an x-ray done on my mouth. The dentist told me that I still have 2 more babyteeth coming through (but for some reason, their in the place I recently had 2 taken out) underneath those teeth (inside the gum) I have 2 adult teeth that are trying to push through, unfortunatly, the...