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Central incisor tilted.

My central incisors are tilted inside. The tooth are not straight. And there is a small gab at the bottom. I have attached a picture. Kindly consult me what to do.
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Dr. Akhil Agarwal Lucknow | Orthodontist
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Braces or orthodontic treatment is the best solution in your case.
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Dr. Sanket Sheth Mumbai | Endodontist
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You need braces treatment for this. See an Orthodontist or braces specialist in your area
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Dr. Rohini Gupta Kolkata | Endodontist
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Orthodontic treatment is required .
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Orthodontic(braces) treatment is the best option for you as that will realign your teeth without any damage to the teeth involved.
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Hello..orthodontic treatment may be required to correct the tilted tooth.Kindly visit orthodontist to evaluate by clinical and radiographic examination.
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Orthodontic wire and braces is only ideal treatment.
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Dr. Ravi Goyal Thane | Dentist
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Braces would be an ideal treatment option for you..
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Since you are still 22 years old you can consult the dentist for  orthodontic correction of your teeth. On proper examination you will be advised a treatment plan for straightening of the teeth
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