Wrong Tooth Extracted

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    HFILE

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    good day. i became a member of different forums just to seek help coz idont want to make a bad decision again.

    my case. my dentist extracted no.4 tooth upper&lower. the upper spaces is ok now-closed but horrible problem is the lower- huge spaces.
    my NEW dentist told me my bite is better now and these are my options for the spaces
    1. flexible/dentures
    2.bridge crown

    is it necessary to have rootcanal for crown placement? (some dentist i asked says so)

    iwant to closed the spaces(by braces) crowns are expensive but its not advisable bcoz iwill again have a deeper bite or my lower will again move inward.
    please enlighten me.
    attached files for references
    waiting. TIA
    thnks for this forum
     

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    Janet Two Hawks

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    Your orthodontic treatment is not finished. Did you have to move and that’s why you have a new dentist? Have you sought the opinion of an orthodontist? How long have you been I. Treatment? What did you look like before?
     
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    thank you for replying.
    update: got new orthodontist hell do implant screws so the molars will move getting rid of the spaces

    i just want to delete my post coz im not comfy with the pics i uploaded
    pls advise
     
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