Hi, I have a fairly major problem with my front teeth. Due to over crowding, I believe my Canine tooth is pushed in front of the other teeth and positioned weirdly in my gums, higher up in my gums than my other teeth. Due to the extra space left, my left central incisor is positioned a few millimeters past the center, and my right front tooth is about 1 to 2 millimeters apart. I could easily take a picture to show you exactly what I mean, but my question is basically, is there any cosmetic solutions to making my front teeth at least appear straight, and without the gap in my front teeth, and should I consider getting my Canine tooth taken out. The bottom of the canine tooth is roughly at the same level as the gum line that meets the teeth in the normal teeth, so it’s fairly bad. I work in a line of work where wearing braces is not acceptable, so that isn’t an option even though I wish it was. I personally do not mind braces, but again, nothing I can do because of my line of work.
Dr Komal Suri
Smile Design Dental
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