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How much time duration to take cover the teeth gap any fast treatment is available.front end some teeth has gap
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hi, you need to consult an ORTHODONTIST for this. if the gap is not much it can be restored without orthodontics. if the gap is large, only an orthodontist will be able to tell you the time to complete the treatment.
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Hello, you need to visit a cosmetic dentist and look for feasability like Veneers or ceramic crowns. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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Sir, the gaps between the teeth can be closed by many ways but before that you need to get your problem diagnosed that why are you having gaps (as it can be because of gums disease, high frenum attachment in front teeth, or teeth size is small compared to the jaw size). Treatment includes the following options:- 1- Orthodontic treatment (braces), 2- Veneers or Laminates(only for front teeth but can come off on biting anything hard) , 3- Crowns(it compromises the tooth structure as lot of crown cutting is done), 4- Cosmetic filling (stains easily). The treatment option can better be selected by clinically seeing your case.
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Hello, the gap between teeth can be closed by: 1. Orthodontic (braces) treatment which is the best and most conservative treatment. Visit an orthodontist and get it checked.it will take 1 1/2-2 years depending upon the case 2. Veneers 3. Crowns. It is better to see the case clinically for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.
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Apart from routine treatment with new approaches like smile makeover we can cover the gap in single visit also..
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Hi, we recommend visiting a dentist so they may be able to understand the amount of gap and can give u appropriate advise on a solution. small gaps can be treated with a filling material. but larger gaps may require other methods such as veneers. crowns or orthodontic treatment depending on the reason for gap, amount of time available to treat the condition. Hope this was helpful
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it depends on severity of gap so once consult a dentist near to your area they will explain in detail, it may vary 4 months to 1 n half tear
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Teeth gap closure to be done by orthodontic treatment by an orthodontist which might take minimum of 1yr to a maximum of2 n half to 3yrs for complete treatment.
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