My baby canines never fell out, the adult canines grew in around them causing crowding. I have generally healthy teeth & gums. lately the baby teeth have been sensative & loose, I am going to have them removed, I can not afford any additional work, so what can I expect the rest of my teeth to do? What will happen to the small gaps?
How many baby canines are we talking about here? Top/Bottom/Left/Right?
For sure, you should get a relief from the sensitivity caused by the loose baby canines.
Additional changes to the rest of the teeth over time, if any, will depend on the current alignment relationship of the rest of your teeth. Without a look at photos or x-rays, any advice given will be too general to be particularly helpful.
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