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Spaces between teeth
Yes, don't know if this is the right forum, but I'm going to ask a question anyway.  I am 24 yrs. old and in high school I had braces.  Well, when they were removed, my orthodontist put a tiny metal bar behind and between my two front teeth to keep them toghether.  He told me it was permanant.  Well, a year or two ago the metal bar thingy broke and now I have a small space between my two front teeth. My dentist said that I could have my teeth bonded but I would really like to know if there are other options.  If ANYONE can help me I would greatly appreciate it!!!!  I'm here to answer any questions... :)
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You could go back and get braces again and close up that space possibly.  Invisalign (invisible braces) are also an option if you are concerned about having metal brackets in your mouth.  


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