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Gap Closure

Having gaps in your front teeth can impact the aesthetics of your smile. For many people who desire a more streamlined smile, Gap closure treatment is the preferred option. Dental gap problems can have an influence on your general health as well as your appearance. Do you have a gap in your smile that you wish you could fix? House of Dontics is here to help you achieve the perfect smile with their Gap Closure Treatment.

 

 

Diastema is a condition where there are gaps present between two teeth and it is common in both children and adults, which can lead to dental issues such as food accumulation, cavities, and gum problems. While it is a natural occurrence, It can be aesthetically displeasing. Therefore, gap closure is a crucial and effective solution to prevent dental problems and enhance your smile’s appearance. Our Dentist may suggest cosmetic appliances in addition to braces to address gaps between teeth. Braces alone may not be sufficient to close all gaps, and the ideal correctional measure may vary depending on the cause of the gaps. 

 

After identifying the underlying issue, the orthodontist can recommend a suitable solution to reduce or eliminate the gaps between the teeth. Other gap closure treatments are Veneers, Crowns, Dental Bonding, and Dental Implants. Veneers can be a quick and affordable solution for closing small gaps between teeth. However, if the gaps are larger, a combination of veneers or dental bonding may be necessary for effective treatment. In some cases, dental implants are required for diastema. Our clinic in Ahmedabad has skilled cosmetic dentists who can create personalized Gap Closure treatment plans to suit your needs.

 

 

What issues do those who have gaps between their teeth?

  • diastema can have a significant impact on your appearance and confidence. Individuals with these gaps may feel self-conscious when smiling, as they can affect their overall personality.
  • these gaps can result in functional issues, such as lisping, which is caused by the inability of the tongue to form a proper seal behind the teeth. This can lead to the release of air while speaking, which can be embarrassing for the person.
  • Maintaining proper hygiene around the gaps can be difficult, as food particles can get stuck between the teeth and lead to the formation of plaque and bacteria.

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Braces

The best treatment for closing wide gaps between teeth is braces, especially if additional abnormalities like bite disorders or challenges with tooth alignment are also present. Braces will work well if the teeth's size, color, and form are correct.

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Veneers

Veneers are a popular treatment option for Gap Closure between teeth. They are thin shells of porcelain or composite material that are placed on the front surface of the teeth, giving them a natural and attractive appearance. Veneers can effectively close gaps between teeth, making them a great choice for those seeking a cosmetic improvement

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Crowns

Crowns can also be used for gap closure treatment. They can be customized to fit over the existing teeth and close the gaps. Our clinic offers crown placement services for those seeking a more permanent solution for their dental gaps.

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Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a cosmetic procedure that uses a tooth-colored resin material to close gaps between teeth. It is a non-invasive and affordable option for improving the appearance of your smile.

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Dental Implants

Dental implants are an effective and long-lasting solution for gap closure treatment. They involve surgically placing an artificial tooth root in the jawbone, which provides a stable foundation for a replacement tooth to be attached.

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Retainers

Once braces or clear aligners have been used to close gaps between teeth, a retainer may be used to help maintain the new position of the teeth. Retainers can be removable or fixed (bonded to the back of the teeth) and may be worn for a period of months or even years.

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3D Printing

Some dentists may use laser technology to help reshape the gums and other soft tissues in the mouth. This can be especially useful in cases where gaps between teeth are due to an uneven gum line.

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Digital scanning and imaging

Digital technology has revolutionized dentistry in many ways, including the ability to create detailed 3D images of the teeth and gums. This can be useful in planning orthodontic treatment and visualizing the expected outcome.

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  • Avoid eating or drinking anything (including water) for at least 6-8 hours before the procedure, as instructed by a doctor.
  • Stop smoking or using tobacco products for at least 24-48 hours before the procedure. Smoking can slow down the healing process and increase the risk of complications.
  • Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that allows easy access to the mouth area. Avoid wearing jewelry, contact lenses, or any other accessories that may interfere with the procedure.
  • Follow any medication instructions given by the doctor. If you are taking blood thinners or other medications that may interfere with the procedure, inform the doctor before the surgery.
  • Use ice packs to reduce swelling and discomfort in the affected area, as directed by a doctor.
  • Stick to a soft diet for the first few days after the procedure. Avoid crunchy or hard foods that may damage the surgical area.
  • Brush and floss gently around the surgical area, but avoid direct contact with the stitches or incisions.
  • Attend any follow-up appointments as scheduled, and report any unusual symptoms or complications to the doctor immediately.
  • Follow a soft food diet for the first few days after surgery. This will help to prevent any damage to the surgical site and allow for proper healing.
  • Avoid using straws or smoking for at least 2 weeks after surgery. The suction created by these actions can cause bleeding and delay the healing process.
  • After surgery, the patient cannot drink alcohol for two days.
  • The patient should not brush that particular area of the tooth for 2 weeks.
  • Take any prescribed pain medication as directed by a doctor to manage any discomfort.
  • Attend all follow-up appointments with the doctor to ensure that the healing process is progressing as expected and to address any concerns or issues that may arise.
  • If you experience any bleeding that does not stop, swelling, severe pain, or any other concerning symptoms, contact a dentist immediately

Understanding Root Causes of Dental Issues

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Genetics

The size of your teeth and jaw is determined by genetics, so if your teeth are naturally smaller in proportion to your jaw, you may have gaps between your teeth.

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When the teeth are smaller in proportion to the jawbone, it can lead to gaps between teeth.

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Habits

Certain habits such as nail-biting, using teeth as a tool, or chewing on objects can cause teeth to shift and gaps to form.

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Gum Disease

Gum disease can cause the gums to recede, which can create gaps between teeth.

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Missing Teeth

If you have missing teeth, the teeth on either side of the gap may shift over time, causing gaps to form.

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Tongue thrusting

The habit of pushing the tongue against the front teeth can create gaps over time.

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Uneven Teeth

If your teeth are uneven in size or shape, gaps may occur.

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Orthodontic treatment

Sometimes, gaps can be created during orthodontic treatment, particularly if teeth are extracted.

Our Treatment Process

Initial consultation

The initial step is to evaluate the patient’s dental health, medical history, and bone structure. To plan the implant placement and select the right size and kind of implant, the dentist will take x-rays, CT scans, and impressions.

Treatment plan

After the examination, the dentist will develop a treatment plan tailored to your needs. This plan may include orthodontic treatment, cosmetic bonding, or dental veneers.

Dental implants

If a tooth is missing, a dental implant may be placed to replace the missing tooth and close the gap.

Dental bonding

If the gap is small, dental bonding may be used to fill the gap with a tooth-colored resin material.

Veneers

If the gap is larger, veneers may be placed over the teeth to close the gap and improve the appearance of the teeth.

Retainer

After the gap has been closed, the dentist or orthodontist may recommend wearing a retainer to help maintain the new position of the teeth. The retainer is typically worn at night and may need to be worn for several months or longer.

Frequently Asked Questions

A diastema is a gap or space between two teeth, most commonly seen between the upper front teeth. Diastema is a common problem and most doctors consider as a variation of normal dental growth.

Yes, gaps can cause problems for your teeth and overall health. You may also experience difficulty biting, chewing, or trouble in your teeth or jaw. For optimal dental health, it is preferable to close the gaps between your teeth.  

In some cases, gaps in teeth may close naturally as a child’s jaw and teeth develop. However, for adults, the natural closure of gaps is rare and may require orthodontic treatment or cosmetic dentistry.

There are many treatments applied in gap closure that the patient needs such as:

  • Braces (orthodontic treatment)
  • Direct bonding (composite resin)
  • Composite veneers
  • Porcelain veneers
  • Dental Implants (If required)

The rate at which braces close teeth gaps varies depending on the severity of the gap and the individual’s specific treatment plan, but it typically takes 9 months to 1 year to achieve the desired results.

The time it takes to close a gap between teeth depends on the size of the gap and the chosen orthodontic treatment. Treatment options such as braces, veneers, or clear aligners can take several months to 1 year to close gaps.

Yes, dental bonding can be an effective cosmetic solution for closing small gaps between teeth. The procedure involves applying a tooth-colored resin to the affected area, which is then cured and shaped to blend in with the surrounding teeth. However, it may not be suitable for larger gaps, and other treatments such as braces or veneers may be more appropriate.

Yes, veneers are an effective cosmetic dentistry solution for closing teeth gaps. They are thin porcelain or composite shells that are custom-made to cover the front surface of teeth, improving their appearance and creating a natural-looking, uniform smile.

No, diastema does not necessarily increase with age. Diastema refers to a gap between two teeth, which can occur at any age and may be influenced by factors such as tooth size, jaw structure, and oral habits.

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