one of my canine was pushed behind because of the existing milky tooth.. after the removal of the later the permanent canine tooth didn't migrate back to where it belongs. is there any chance of bringing that tooth to its proper position ? its been 4 years and i am now 21 years old .

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  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 26 - August - 2012, at 21:52 PM

  • Your case needs a clinical evaluation. And most probably you would be requiring braces to fill the gap. The force exerted by braces depend upon the amount of movement you require. Also the cause of gapping need to be evaluated. Sometimes it can be due to crowding or other abnormal oral habits. For detailed info on dental braces visit the link...

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