Diastema Closure Technique Chennai

 

A diastema is a space between front teeth. Diastemas are closed by orthodontics or restoration. A highly successful technique is addition of composite.

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A space which is too large and closed with composite results in teeth that are esthetically too wide and orthodontics is recommended. Space closure requires placement of composite two adjacent teeth. Placement of composite onto one tooth can be done it proper tooth dimensions allow it.

Symptoms:

A diastema that occurs because of a mismatch between the teeth and the jaw does not have symptoms. However, spaces caused by a tongue thrust habit or periodontal disease will tend to expand or grow with time. The teeth may become loose, and discomfort or pain may occur, particularly during biting or chewing.

 Procedure:

Dentists use the term “diastema” to refer to a space (gap) that lies between two teeth. Tooth bonding provides one way a dentist can “close” (fill in) a diastema. It can be placed on the two teeth that lie on each side of the gap so to reduce the gap’s overall width.

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Depending on its size, a dentist and patient might decide to fill their’s in all of the way, or just partially.

A diastema that takes place because of a mismatch between the teeth and the jaw does not have symptoms. If you have a space because you are missing teeth, you might need more extensive dental repair. This might include dental implants, a bridge or a partial denture.

Thangams dental clinic, Chennai offers best treatment for gap between teeth in India at affordable prices.

To know more about diastema closure, Please Visit : www.thangamsdentalclinic.org

 

 

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