How much would it be to fix one crooked snaggle tooth?
Doctor Answers 1
Definitely DO NOT do an implant.
In your situation, the most cost effective way of fixing a slightly rotated tooth would be a veneer or crown. Veneers can be done by a lab and they will look a lot more natural, or they can be done by the dentist chairside which would be less expensive but aesthetics may not be as good. Crowns are a better option. They surround the whole tooth and are much more retentive. An implant is a metal screw that goes into the bone. Implants, in my area, will cost around $3500-$5000. If your tooth is healthy, I would not recommend an extraction with an implant.
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