The dentist dug a canal between my lower teeth and separated them.
Hello! My problem is, yesterday I went to the dentist and he grabbed a turning lathe and said he was going to take the tartar plaque out of my lower frontal teeth.
He dug a canal between those teeth and I'm sure what he removed was not tartar plaque but tooth material instead, because my teeth were always jointed together and now I have a little space between them.
What dentist always try to do is keeping the teeth together and this guy comes and separates them. Now I feel the zone very uneasy because of the spaces he left between teeth, like my teeth feel strange when I bite, and food gets into those little canals when I'm eating (disgusting but it's like that). Plus it's aesthetically worse and I feel like my mouth stinks.
Do you think he did good or bad? Does someone had a similar experience? Can those little spaces close given time? I'm very worried and upset about this
PS: Sorry if my english is not perfect, I'm neither American nor English.
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