Worn/Irregular Teeth - Instant Orthodontics
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Patricia wore braces when she was a teenager. Due to some relapse and
some incomplete treatment she still had a cross bite on her right side and her front teeth
were tilting inwards. She said: There is NO WAY I go thru braces again!
I ended up building her upper teeth OUT to correct the cross bite and give
her teeth a greater "presence when she smiles.
When Alexander came to me his front teeth did not come together (open
bite) and he had a severe lisp because his tongue went into that space when he talked. He
also complained of mismatching front teeth. I first sent him to the orthodontist to correct
the open bite but after visiting the orthodontist, he came back and said: at my age
I really do not want to wear braces for 2-3 years, isnt there anyway you can correct
the open bite by restorative work?
I shortened all of his back teeth and lengthened his front teeth so that he
now has a totally normal bite. The entire restorative work took about 3 weeks.
For years the crowded and extruding canine bothered Peter
but he could not bring himself around to wearing braces for years to correct it.
Besides at an earlier consultation he was told that he has to remove two teeth
to make room for the extruding canine and he did not want to lose any of his teeth.
I was able to take care of the large fillings/cavities on these front teeth and
align his teeth in two sessions two weeks apart.
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Parsa T. Zadeh, DDS, FAGD, FICOI
Beverly Hills Center for Reconstructive and Cosmetic Dentistry
9100 Wilshire Boulevard Suite W448 Beverly Hills, California 90212
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