Could I Have a Veneer Put in to Replace a Missing Tooth?

Q.
Hello and good morning, Dr Hughes. I have a missing tooth next to my front teeth on the left side of my mouth, but on the right side there is still a tooth present. The left side bothers me because the tooth is missing and hasn’t come through, so the tooth next to it has moved over to fill the gap. Would it be possible for me to have a veneer put in place where the missing tooth should be so that both sides are the same, as it really bothers me when I smile because it looks uneven. It is not that obvious to other people, but I myself am really aware of it and it prevents me from smiling. Thank you. 
A.
Hi, thanks for your question. I’m not sure about this I’m afraid. I’d need to see an x-ray or a photo to be able to answer properly. The best thing for you to do would be to book a consultation with a cosmetic dentist and discuss your ideas and concerns with them. They will be able to come up with a solution for your issue and help you find the ideal treatment. Sorry I couldn’t be of more help. Mark. 
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