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Only Have One Central Incisor... What to Do? (photo)
My problem is that I only have one central incisor and crowding. The other tooth never came down. I don't have any gaps or spaces either for another central incisor. I had braces when I was younger to fix some crowding. They suggested the only method to make me look normal and have two front teeth was to create a gap and bring down the tooth that never came down and then go from there. But being young I didn't want to do all that and now it really bothers me now. How can I get 2 central incisors now?
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Orthodontics is your best choice
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Only Have One Central Incisor... What to Do?
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