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Teeth gap problem

In my uper in front teeth there is a gap in front fast between 2 teeth. ...how to minimize this....?
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Dr. Ajay Thakur
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If you are conscious about your smile or its not looking good we have options to correct your gap in between the front teeth.  You have to visit to the dentist because we will clinically check than we can properly describe you how it will correct.
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Depending on the size of the gap which is called midline diastema in medical terminology the treatment will be decided.small gaps can be closed with laminates and veneers while bigger gaps might need orthodontic correction.also ask you dentist to rule out high frenum attachment which might need a small surgery called frenectomy.
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Dr. Vishal Jain
Dentist 13 yrs exp Faridabad
There are lot many ways to deal with the midline gap. As your age is just 20, you can go for braces treatment, cosmetic filling of the gap etc. The treatment plan depends on the health of the teeth, amount of the gap, treatment duration time and expenditure limit. So, Better visit your dentist and get the check up done and take the best treatment. Regards, Dr Vishal Jain Vitaldent india www.faridabaddentist.com
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Dr. Anuradha Mallya
Dentist 11 yrs exp Ernakulam
Depends on what the cause for d gap is and how big the gap is.. small gaps can be masked with tooth coloured fillings, veneers, caps. Larger gaps will need more thorough investigations and treatment planning. Kindly visit a dentist for proper evaluation and treatment.
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