Occasionally teeth are missing and this can cause adjacent teeth to drift and create irregular spacing. Sometimes dental spacing arises when the teeth are tooth small to fill all of the available space or one or more permanent teeth are missing. Orthodontic treatment of spacing is achieved by either recreating the space for tooth replacements or complete space closure to avoid the need for implants or bridges.
Below are examples of corrective orthodontic treatment by Dr Charles Daniels.
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Orthodontic treatment for missing teeth – complete space closure
Orthodontic treatment for Missing teeth – Maintain or open space for a false tooth