Putting braces would be the best possible way to rotate it back to its position. But, if you still don' t want to go for that option, then it can be done by doing a root canal and a ceramic crown over it. But, surely after diagnosing the case.
You may consider invisalign in that case. It is an orthodontic treatment without braces. But yes it is costly.
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