Oral Health

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Posted by: nolan | 2012/03/03

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permanent front teeth.

the dentist removed my sons two front teeth.he was 13 years old at the time.it left some spaces between the other teeth.is there any way ofrectifying that mistake or is false teeth the next best option? what should i do?

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Oral health expert

The permanent teeth can only be replaced by a denture, bridge or implants. Treatment will depend on various factors, oral status, health of bone, opposing teeth etc.
See your dentist for a complete evaluation and to discuss all options of treatment.

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Posted by: dental expert | 2012/03/03

The permanent teeth can only be replaced by a denture, bridge or implants. Treatment will depend on various factors, oral status, health of bone, opposing teeth etc.
See your dentist for a complete evaluation and to discuss all options of treatment.

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