Help - Teeth growing in upper gums


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Hey there!

I’m looking for a little advice please. My teeth are a mess and I have always had issues for as long as I can remember. Due to self neglect I am in the position I am in now at 32 years old where I have never smiled for a photo and I’m conscious of talking to people because my teeth are on show.

So I have a tooth each side of my front teeth that have grown through the upper part of my gums. Can these be removed? Would it look worse without them? Ideally would just love to have it all removed and start a fresh but that isn’t an option :( The last photo is me trying to grit my teeth together.

Am I beyond help?
 

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MattKW

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Your first step would be to see a dentist and get your hygiene up to date. Then see an orthodontist for an opinion. You can't simply pull out a tooth and expect everything to slot into place automatically.
 

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