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What is the best way to fix a gap between the two front teeth?


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2010-04-14 09:08:36
2010-04-14 09:08:36

Either braces or adding tooth colored filling to each of the front teeth. That will close the gap, but the front teeth will apear bigger. Go to the dentist and orthodontist and have consults about which would be better and how much each would cost.

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Their bands are cheaper and they have free shipping

Hey they do work but for alot of people the gap reopens, have your dentist put glue in the back of your teeth to keep this frm happening, or you can even get a special retainer made


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It depends on the insurance company, how much they cover, and the company that is willing to fix it.

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They're called Teeth Gap Bands.You can get Teeth Gap Bands. It closed my gap in 3 weeks.

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Go to your dentist. He can fix anything. If not then he can refer you to a cosmetic dentist. I have a gap in between my two front teeth and my dentist fixed it and it looks natural. Veneers are a great solution for tooth gaps.

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A game in your front teeth is usually referred to as a diastema. The term is most commonly applied to an open space between the upper front teeth (upper incisors). The best way to fix it is to wear orthodontic braces or to use a teeth gap band called Orthofill which seems to work for many people. technically known as a midline diastema ____________ It's called diastema. You can fix diastema or teeth gap with non latex elastic bands from It costs only $19.99. It closes gap in less than a month. It closed my gap in 3 weeks.

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