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    Witwicky is offline A closed mouth gathers no foot.
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    I would definitely replace. Even if it cost more than $4000. I'm a 'teeth person'

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    Unless it was going to take food off the table for my kids - then yes I would save and replace it.

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    Actually, that puts me in mine, my teeth were overcrowded before my molar was removed, but since then they have all moved a bit and now my teeth look much straighter than they did before.

    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    It would depend on everyones own mouth too I think I had overcrowding as a teen so had 4 molars removed. where most have 2 pre molars - I have one.
    So not the one behind the canine, but the one behind that is where the gap is.

    *get your tongue going again!*


 

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