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Asked by, manjula dias on Mon, 22 Sep 2014 12:30:46 +0530

Dear sir,

im living in mirigama. and my front side upper tooth is came to front and from the middle of two teeth have a space. is it possible to fix this problem by operation. and get a normal teeth. please guide me.
give me a place to visit. or contact no. to ask.

thank you

Answered by, Adviser RR

Dear Manjula,

There are many means by which a protruding tooth and a space (gap) between two teeth can be fixed. It is difficult to tell what exactly is best for you without examining you. Please see the nearest dental surgeon for further advise. Please note that sometimes you might be referred to a different clinic if you need advanced treatment techniques.


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