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Why would someone have teeth growing out of their gums above other teeth in the front of their mouth?

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2004-10-14 04:21:36
2004-10-14 04:21:36

Lack of space causes this. It happens a lot to children that their permanent teeth come before the milk tooth fall out. To be sure, ask the dentist if there is a problem. Most of the time this is no problem at all and the teeth will adjust in time. When this happens to adults, it is a sure sign the jaws are too small to support all teeth. Which could be a problem in case the teeth are so close together that it's hard to keep them clean enough.

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