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Can a slight gap between the front two teeth be closed without braces?


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2012-04-30 19:00:14
2012-04-30 19:00:14

That was a good idea rubber band slight pressure

But that takes time want something really fast?

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Get toilet paper doesnt really work with anything else but u can try :] Put it over the gap

get ur tongue and sooth the flap in the back down after that put ur lips over it and suck back

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If you're looking for more of a permanent fix, you can have a general dentist fill in the space using a restorative material. It will may be about 60-70 bucks, but its a one time painless procedure that that lasts a lot longer than rubber bands and toilet paper!

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YES, you can get non latex elastic bands from oralband.com to close your teeth gap. It costs only $19.99. It closes gap in less than a month but You have to wear it for 2 to 3 months for permanent result. Way cheaper and faster than braces.

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