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Have extracted one tooth- Upper 2nd molar... can I consider braces to fill that missing tooth gap? Or should go for other options..
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You can go for fixed prosthesis either  a implant or a fixed partial denture.
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There are various options for replacement of your missing tooth. I would recommend you to go for Fixed prosthesis. In fixed you can either go with Bridge or Implant depending on various factors.
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Get it replaced as soon as possible to avoid migration of adjacent teeth and supraeruption of opposing tooth
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Hello. Kindly go for implant to replace the missing tooth.
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Hi, Replacement of the extracted second molar can be done with a removable or fixed prosthesis. Consult with your dentist the replacement options depending on the bone health and adjacent teeth health.
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