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    Do my teeth look leaning forward?
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    An_254430 posted:
    last week a friend to me my teeth looked like they were leaning forward. i got braces 10 months ago and before i had braces this wasn't a problem. Today at my dentist appointment she told me that my teeth looked "natural" and i asked why because i was already self-conscious about my friend's comment last week, and she told my my "arch" was natural that only people with fake teeth had straight teeth. i am very VERY worried about how my teeth are gonna look after i get my braces off, which will be soon.
    has anyone else had this problem? did it get fixed? should i talk to my dentist?
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