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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.so I want to know that is it possible to reopen extraction space and put an implant on it.? Your advice will be very helpful for me thanks.

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Asked on 07/12/2018 12:00 am
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As TJ suggests this will take some planning

Canines are important functional teeth and when they are not available other teeth can take over thei function but these rarely have the root length and crown form to deal with the forces such function will require

As you suggest an implant supported crown my be an option but again this is not ideal as overloading an implant will lead to failure either mechanically or biologically

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It seems like you need a biological and Functional examination by a restorative dentist , they are hard to find. If you woudl like to call me 01285821220 i may be able to help you further

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