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Wide Gap Between Teeth
How long will dental bonding last? I want to have some dental bonding done to correct some wide gaps in my teeth, and am wondering how long i can expect the bonding to last. Are there certain types that last longer than others?
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
I was born with only two upper incisor teeth instead of four..So I have only two upper incisors with a wide gap between them, am i normal?Fakest smile
Have a gap in my front teeth getting worse as I get older. Dentist has told me since my teeth are naturally wide and short fixing it could look weird?
Clamp?: Lake a carpenter's clamp? No. And when you bring 2 teeth together space opens on either side. If you have a tooth movement or tooth position question, start with your dentist. He may want to refer you on to a qualified orthodontic specialist for opinion. There are many options available, so see the pros. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Best solution ?: Composite bonding, porcelain laminates, ceramic crowns, orthodontics and combinations of all of these depending upon the circumstances, what is best for you and the health of your teeth and how permanent you want the solution to be. This has to be evaluated and options discussed with you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Hard to say exactly what way..Without looking at it.However gaps can be fixed .. Lots of different options are available..Depending where..Or is it because of underlying dental prblem than that should also be fixed..Best way is to see dentist and let them give you all options. ...Read more
It depends: It really depends on the shape of your teeth and how your teeth are lined up. In other words why do you have a gap? Is it that your teeth are toot small, is it because your arch is too big? A well trained dentist can asses the cause and recommend the best treatmetn for your condition. But your choices include orthodontics (move teeth), cosmetic bonding or porcelain veneers. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Don't go there!: Dental bands, the little rubber bands that are usually used in conjunction with fixed orthodontics (braces) do have the capability to close small gaps. Though any continuous pressure on your teeth can cause movement. However, placing an un-stabilized rubber band around your teeth can cause root resorption damage. It can also slide into the gum and cause bone and / or tooth loss. Very dangerous! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wow: Really not safe unless closely supervised by dentist. If rubber band slips under gum can cause tooth loss. And if rubber band closes space on one side of tooth new space will open on other side. Additionally if tooth movement not stabilized it will quickly relapse. Please see a tooth movement specialist, an orthodontist, for advice. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Examination: You will need to be examined locally by a dentist to determine the cause of the diastemas. It could be your bite, or it could be periodontal disease. So hard to say for sure without an exam. Improper thrusting of your tongue can contribute. Please make an appointment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gap: Has it always been there or have the teeth gradually spread? See your dentist for an evaluation of your dental gum health and if it is due to gum disease get the disease treated and when stable it may be possible to veneer the teeth to close the space. If you have always had this space there are many options from veneers to orthodontics. ...Read more
There is a purpose: These gaps or spaces are present and with facial jaw bone growth allow room for the adult teeth (which are much larger) to fit. Often, though, due to a mis-match in the size of a child's teeth and the size of their jaw, they may develop crowdiing or spacing of teeth and require orthodontic treatment. Always consult with your dentist if you have concerns and want answers to specific problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Run away: Closing gaps in one spot opens gaps in another. Orthofill doesn't guide teeth, it's a 1 dimensional "solution" for a 3 dimensional problem. There's no effective over-the-counter fix for malocclusion. Bite the bullet. See an orthodontist for an (probably free) initial examination, and get all the facts before you use a gadget that can actually do harm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Calculus: That's what dentists call tarter. It's calcium filled dead bacteria adhering to your teeth. It causes gum ; bone recession, and acts as a trap on which more bacteria can adhere, further damaging gums. You can't remove calculus. Dentist or hygienist has to do it for you, then show you how to keep it from coming back. ...Read more
DANGER!!!: In my opinion, they should not even be sold to the public. They can only do harm and not sustain teeth in their correct position even if the teeth are moved together by them. I would no more use this product to close teeth gaps than crazy glue to attach natural hair for longer eyelashes. ...Read more
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