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  • Apr 27, 2016, 01:02 AM
    melissaroseh
    My friend and I have exactly the same teeth but it's not possible?
    My friend and I have exactly the same teeth, apparently it's not possible but somehow we do.


    Bottom teeth:
    Two middle are normal then on both sides the next teeth are pushed back and then the rest are in line with the first two middle


    Top teeth:
    All straight except one, the right middle tooth is slightly forward but only noticeable when our heads are back and you're looking up.


    Our teeth are also shaped the same way... Help me out because I can't find anything on Google apart from information saying it isn't possible...
  • Apr 27, 2016, 02:54 AM
    tickle
    Unless you see x rays of your mouth, they are not the same. You are trying to examine with the naked eye and you only see what you want to see. No, Google cant help you here but a dentist can if you can put out the money for him to examine both dental records, and I can assure you, what is below the surface will not be the same.
  • Apr 27, 2016, 06:08 AM
    talaniman
    Just because they look the same to you doesn't mean they are the same. You have similar things in common (Not just teeth) just because you are human and of the same age (Really young if this is tripping you out). Have you compared your TOES yet? Are your EARS the same?
  • Apr 27, 2016, 06:35 AM
    joypulv
    Anything is 'possible.'
    1. You may see them as exactly the same when they are really just similar. There's only so many ways that teeth can be unusually positioned, unless you are related.
    2. Coincidence
    3. You are related and don't know it.

    I am congenitally missing several teeth, and several of my family are missing the same ones, starting with 2 top front and 1 bottom front, between the incisors, a few molars, and never get any wisdom teeth.

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