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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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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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My daughter is currently having her eye teeth moved to fill the space of her laterals, I have heard that she should have had implants? I am in a bit of a panic, is this corect? her teeth have only just started to move and they say they will trim them back in the long run to look like lateral teeth. Please help!
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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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Hello I am 38 years old and over the past year I have slowly got a gap in between my front teeth which I have not had before. My dentist said the cause of this is I clench my teeth when I am sleep and so is forcing the top teeth to separate. I have always had good straight teeth (no gaps). This is really worrying me. Could there be another cause for this to happen? I would really appreciate someones advice please...
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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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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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I would be grateful for some advice. I am currently undergoing orthodontic treatment, and at present am wearing a removable brace with a bite plate which is creating extraction gaps in my upper jaw. Soon my lower jaw will be bonded with a fixed brace (Damon), then about a month later the upper jaw will be done. However, I have a deep overbite and a 5 mm overjet; what options are available to me in terms of appliances or buildi...
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I really want to look after my teeth and not have crowns but I do not like the look of my teeth.  What could I do?
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Im a 20yr old girl. Last year my dentist gave me crowns for 3 of my front teeth. This was done immediately after removing my 2 year long braces treatment. Initially, I was happy with my crowns, but slowly front teeth started to relapse outward. Now my crowns look very long and ugly, and have a protruding and a bulky look.My facial expressions look strained. Unable to close my lips because of protruding front teeth. I have an i...