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It's been around 5 yrs since I got my first mandibular molar extracted ..and I've been thinking of getting an implant there. But since it's been a long time the 2nd molar and 2nd premolar have tilted towards the space thereby lessening the space required . I want to ask if it would be possible for me get an implant ?
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Hi.. It's tough to straighten the 2nd molar as it is multirooted. Most probably implant is tough. However a smaller crown for implant can be planned by slightly adjusting premolar by Orthodontist. Regards
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Dr. Bikramjeet Singh Gurdaspur | Dental Surgeon
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Go to some good orthodontist that u trust for proper advice , implant is possible at all stages except the thing That the crown constructed 'd be of smaller size than the original tooth coz of shifting of 2nd premier n molar in ur case....
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Dr. Rashmi Punhani Bangalore | Pediatric Dentist
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Hi there ....please visit a nearby orthodontist to know more on this .. Take care ..!!
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Create space with Orthodontics
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