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Fixing permanent teeth

Had 5 front teeth only in the upper jaw. Is it possible to have fixed teeth instead of removable dentures. without implanting, is is possible
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Dr. Vishwas Bansal Haridwar | Orthodontist
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If you have only five front teeth then it's not recommended scientifically to place fixed teeth except implants. So either go for implants or removable dentures
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Dr. Pranay Bangalore | Dentist
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Hello madam good evening. Without seeing the condition of the teeth which are present we cannot asses an perfecto reply. To give a sufficient good diagnosis.. Atleast post an OPG for an assessment... So that we can provide a good diagnosis on this platform.. Take care
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Hi as u said u have only front teeth that means u r not having any posterior teeth...without any posterior support its not possible to give a fixed tooth supported prosthesis..only option is implants to have fixed prosthesis..good luck feel free to ask ne further queries
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Yes it is possible
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Hi, which tooth is remaining and what is the condition of the remaining tooth is the primary information needed to provide a treatment option. So its difficult to tell anything with this much information. Visit your dentist and get the condition examined. Best of luck.
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Dr. K. Arjun Hyderabad | Dental Surgeon
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First an assessment has to be made as to the health of the existing teeth and weather they can withstand the load of a bridge. Then only a decision can be made weather a fixed bridge can be given or not in your case. even an opg might be required. Consult your dentist for the best option for you.
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