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Hi there, is there another tooth pushing the other forward? It is possible to correct these problems, but they tend to arise when deciduous teeth (baby teeth) are still intact when the adult teeth grow in. For example, if a lower canine adult tooth was forced to grow in front of the deciduous canine, it would push the adult tooth forward, and produce the kind of effect you are talking about. Ask a vet about it, and maybe it can be corrected if it's due to a baby tooth, as it can cause other problems in the future.
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