What Causes Adult Teeth Shifting?

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Adult teeth shifting is caused by the growth and repositioning of the jawbone as a person ages. Shifting of adult teeth can also be caused by damage or injuries to the jaw or mouth. When teeth are pulled other teeth will shift over to the empty space in the mouth as well.
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Shifting of teeth can be gum disease (the bone where the root of the tooth is attached is damaged) or you've had one or two teeth pulled so it leaves lots of room ...
Shifting of teeth can be gum disease (the bone where the root of the tooth is attached is damaged) or you've had one or two teeth pulled so it leaves lots of room ...
There are many causes of shifting in teeth such as gum disease and too much of a gap within the mouth. A bridge can fix the complication. ...
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