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Teeth Crowding  Ask The Orthodontist Ara Nazarian Question:
Remove teeth? My problem is about crowding.

The teeth on each side of my two front teeth and my canine teeth are slightly dispositioned. I was just wondering if I will have to get any of those teeth removed.

At first I didn't think so because I thought the teeth were very important to one's eating habits. But now I'm not so sure. ...Visitor from Canada

Answer:
Crowding issues are easily treated without having to remove teeth. Many times with interproximal reduction we can correct the crowding issue without having to remove teeth.

Removal of teeth should be a consideration only of last resort.

A Nazarian, DDS

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