Today we are here to talk to you about the separated teeth, also known as the diastema. Basically, it is known as the physical space that exists between two adjacent teeth.

Usually this situation occurs very usually when we are younger or during adolescence, but already in adulthood it usually causes more than one aesthetic problem. Although, on the other hand, it is something that is becoming very fashionable among celebrities.

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This separation of teeth is usually due to the fact that the proper length of the arch is much greater than the sum of the diameters existing in the mesiodistals of the teeth. With proper treatment of dental aesthetics this separation can be arranged.

This separation of teeth is usually due to the fact that the proper length of the arch is much greater than the sum of the diameters existing in the mesiodistals of the teeth. With proper treatment of dental aesthetics this separation can be arranged.

How to join this dental separation

There are different solutions whose objective is to correct and solve this physical space between adjacent teeth. Below we detail the most common treatments to achieve this end.

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The use of orthodontics

To use this treatment, an orthodontic appliance is used to reposition dental pieces in the best possible way where there is space between them. This option is the most demanded of all and has different advantages over others. And, apart from this, the patient’s smile is also aesthetically improved and much more.

For example, thanks to the orthodontic treatments, we manage to move the teeth to their ideal and correct position, apart from eliminating said interdental space, which improves the bite.

On the contrary, we must say at the same time that this procedure is usually longer and is usually more expensive than other solutions. Of course, thanks to this process you will achieve the best possible results.

Making use of dental veneers

Another very valid solution for the separation of teeth is the use of dental veneers. It is a much faster treatment than using some type of orthodontics, since the patient will only require a couple of consultations at their dental clinic.

For this, measurements and photos will be taken to make a small study and even to perform a test on the mouth of what the final result would be like, if the result is of the patient’s taste, another appointment will be given to prepare the pieces and take measures to send the laboratory, in two or three more appointments the work will be placed in the mouth.

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Using dental implants to correct the diastema

Implants are usually used in very special cases and when there is no other solution. This treatment is based on replacing teeth with interdental space by dental implants. Remember that they fit perfectly, both with the rest of the teeth and with the tissues that we have in our mouths.

Performing a frenectomy

This simple intervention is usually performed when the frenulum is larger than normal and is the cause of the diastema. This operation is aimed at reducing the size of the frenulum and is very simple and with hardly any discomfort for the patient.

The fashion of dental separation

That’s the way it is and we do not understand very well why, but it’s increasingly fashionable to have our teeth separated to find “more beautiful”. And is that kind of almost perfect smiles are increasingly present. We leave you with famous and some other famous that have chosen to generate that interdental space artificially.

Dientes separados Madonna

The very Madonna was one of the pioneers in this new fashion. In fact, he had to correct his diastema when he shot the film Evita but, after filming, he underwent a new treatment to return to have that space between his teeth.

Dientes separados Dani Martin

The former vocalist of El canto del loco also shines a space between the teeth created in a totally artificial way.

Dientes separados Bridgitte Bardot

The first celebrity to wear his teeth well separated back in the 60s.