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My teeth is having a gap inbetween the 2 front tooth. Childhood dentist said it was gums growing outwards cause this. My tooth is coming outwards a little, especially one teeth. Is there any solution for this?
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Don't worry.... It's very normal in most of the growing individuals... Sometimes gap appear in between two teeth may be because your upper front milkteeth didnt fall off early during the growth of permanent upper front teeth and your gums may have taken their place be overgrowth.... So the portion of overgrowth gums we call it as freenum and first of all we need to get it cut and removed and then after a week you can go for braces.. Thank you..
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Yes there is solution in orthodontics. Can be corrected in 6 to 7 months.
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please consult an orthodontist.
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Definitely! You can get them corrected with braces.Do see an orthodontist or ask your dentist regarding the details.
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