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FAQ:  Teeth Resizing



Question:
Short Teeth: One of my front two teeth is slighty longer then the other.

How can I shorten it? ... Visitor from NJ

Answer:
Sometimes this can be as simple as a dentist doing an esthetic equilibration. Simply reshaping, contouring and polishing the longer tooth.

Other times we need to determine why one tooth is longer. Is it going to erupt to become longer again once adjusted?

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