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Protruding tooth
I have a canine tooth which is little protruding outward. I don't want to put braces is there any other solution to it?
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Dr. Kayannush K. Dadachanji
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The best solution obviously is braces. If the protruding is minor, a litle enameloplasty (tooth shaping) will do. If the protrusion is not a lot, you could correct it by Porcelain Laminate Veneers. If it is more than a crown may solve your problem. Consult with your dentist and discuss the options after a thorough dental examination.
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Dr. Chethan R S
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Hi, tooth extraction is only permanent measure...
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Dr. Sudarshan Patil
Dentist 6 yrs exp Mumbai
Yes there is options by my priority 1.there are invisible bracess called alliners 2.removal and implant 3.removal and capping
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Dr. Rohan Virani
Implantologist 12 yrs exp Mumbai
The best conservative method is to put braces. However if you do not intend to put braces the tooth can be shaped for a crown and aligned with other teeth. The approximate sessions for this work is 2 . For more visit www.trisadental.in
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Dr. Raja Sekhar
Dentist 24 yrs exp Hyderabad
Cosmetic correction can be done, by preparing the tooth to desired level and giving a crown that matches exactly to ur adjacent teeth, some times intensional Rct is required,
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