Gaps between Teeth
Dr. Salehi along with his very experienced and talented nurse provides my Tehran dentist and surrounding practices with state of the art Orthodontic treatment and care. His commitment to quality along his 25 years of specialty clincal expereince in a warm comfortable practice is reflected in the way he treats everyone who comes to him for orthodontic treatment. Many of Dr. Saleh's patients travel from other regions just to come and see him once a month. We have seen patients come from south Iran traveling 1200 kilometers just to have an Orthodntic oponion. This man is well known in the Dental community to be an honest , knowledgeable orthodontist , giving the very best care all our patients deserve.
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Sometimes some teeth are missing or undersized like the upper lateral tooth. This happens most often with the upper lateral incisors ( the second tooth from the front ). That can cause the upper central incisors to develop a space and the lateral tooth that will look like a peg shape tooth.
A diastema also can be caused by an oversized labial frenum which is the soft tissue pulling the lips forward. The labial frenum is the piece of tissue that normally extends from the inside of your upper lip to the gum just above your two upper front teeth and has an influence on the placing of the incisors. In some instances, the labial frenum continues to grow more and bigger and passes between the two front teeth. If this mishap happens, it blocks the natural closing of the space between the front two teeth, causing a diastema.