Options For Repairing Gaps and Spaces Between Teeth

A diastema is a space or gap between teeth. It appears most often between the two upper front teeth. However, gaps can occur between any of the teeth.

Having a gap between teeth is a pretty common occurrence.  However, sometimes it is a source of embarrassment for some especially if the gap is really wide.  These gaps occur when the teeth are too small for the jawbone or the jaw is too wide for the size of the teeth.  Crowding occurs when the jaw is too small for all of the teeth to align properly. There are other causes of gaps in the teeth and we will let you know the exact cause at your appointment.

 

Here are the treatment options for fixing the gaps or spaces in your teeth:

 

 

Each one of these options can help give you the smile you have always dreamed of.  If you are interested in fixing the gaps in your smile, then give us a call today at 212-477-4330.

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