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Can I Get Veneers if my Upper and Lower Incisors Come in Contact While Chewing?
I am a 25 year old girl and have healthy, but small teeth that barely show when I smile. So I want to get veneers to make my teeth look bigger. But when i close my jaw, the biting edge of my upper incisors lies exactly on top of the biting edge of my lower incisors. And since I also have small molars, this means that my front teeth sometimes come in contact while chewing. Does this mean I cannot make my front teeth any bigger than they are right now? Are veneers not an option for me? -Thanks.
Yes, veneers may be part of your solution
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