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Will your gum grow back after you have a tooth extracted and can you replace that empty space with a denture?

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2005-01-03 11:16:07
2005-01-03 11:16:07

The gums will close up and there won't be a hole. And the hole can be "filled" up with an implant, a bridge, a partial denture or something called a flipper. It depends on which tooth is missing a other factors. Talk to your dentist to see what the best option for you is.

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