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What can i do to make my teeth even?

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Dr. Theodore Davantzis answered

Specializes in Dentistry

Orthodontics: Straightening of your teeth via orthodontics is one way. A slight recontouring of the edges can also make them appear more even. Speak to your dentist about what would work best for your specific situation.

Answered 1/13/2013

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Several options: This is usually caused by malocclusion and poorly positioned teeth. Treatment can range from having the teeth reshaped by a dentist, placement of crowns or veneers, or placement of composite resins to reshape the teeth. Consult a dentist for an exam and more information related to your particular situation.

Answered 1/14/2013

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Ortho or cosmetics: You have two choices either see an orthodontist and get evaluated for braces or see a cosmetic dentist to get veneeers or other cosmetic options he may suggest.

Answered 1/15/2013

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Orthodontics Laminat: You can do traditional orthodontics or invisilne orthodontics. You are never too old for ortho as long as there is no bone loss or periodontal disease present. The first step is a consultation with your general dentist and they will refer you if you are a candidate. Of course there is always the option of porcelain laminate veneers. Your dentist will help you decide which is best for you.

Answered 4/13/2014

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Dr. Steven Hart answered

Specializes in Cosmetic Dentistry

Solutions vary: There is a wide range of smiles that look "uneven" in appearance. Solutions can vary depending on the severity of the unevenness. Teeth can be recontoured to even out irregularities and size discrepancies. Orthodontics and cosmetic (veneers, crowns) may be necessary for more severe problems such as crowding, spacing and tooth fractures.

Answered 3/16/2013

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Dental Rx: Two solutions. The best solution is to have your teeth straightened...see a qualified orthodontic Specialist for initial exam (usually no charge or low fee) to determine severity and treatment scenario. Another solution is to reshape the teeth. See your General Dentist to determine if recontouring, bonding, veneers, or crowns are viable options.

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