A 45-year-old member asked:
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causes of high palate and midline defects?

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Dr. Guy Hanson
36 years experience Dentistry
Many reasons: Missing teeth, mouth breathing and sinus problems may be contributors to high palate and midline issues.
Answered on Apr 2, 2018
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