I am under procedure for dental implant for my left front tooth; my root has been removed for about 3 months now. But the problem I am facing is that my right side canine tooth is still milk tooth and the permanent tooth is developed and it is there in slant position under my gums. Therefore my doctor is suspecting that the tooth will grow diagonally and will push the other tooth in outside direction which might further disturb the implant. Doctor is suggesting me to wait or remove the canine tooth and pull the permanent canine tooth properly with braces but I read on internet that the tooth sometimes get embedded in the skull and never comes out so I suspect the same with my developed canine. Kindly suggest what I should do ?
No tooth embeded in skull such things can never happen. Its a myth. The treatment suggested to you is good n correct. Please go ahead and get your treatment done successfully. Orthodontic treatments are great success n gives very good results. I wish you luck for your beautiful smile to come ahead with orthodontic treatment.
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