A tooth is described as impacted when it fails to come out of the gums or only partially emerges. If not treated in time, impacted teeth will not erupt on their own, causing loss of teeth and unaesthetic gaps in the mouth. The most common impacted tooth that needs to be saved is the upper canine. Examine the case studies below of actual former patients who suffered from an impacted tooth. The before and after pictures will help demonstrate what an impacted tooth is and how great your smile can look after visiting Diamond Braces. Contact us for a consultation.
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