How can gaps be closed without moving front teeth back?


I have multiple gaps in both the upper and lower arches of my teeth. I also have a slight overbite, but I don’t believe it is of any concern. My smile is narrow , but I have a large mouth and jaw! The teeth and gaps currently fit well in my mouth and jaw so my concern is that by pushing my teeth back to close all my gaps, my arches will become to narrow and that will have an adverse affect on my mouth/lip shape, and something will not look right when it is all said and done! I forgot to mention that I am a 38 year old female. Do you have any thoughts on this that might be helpful to ease my concerns?

Thank you for your time

There are other options to closing the gaps without the need to move the front teeth back.
Cosmetic bonding or veneers can be used to give you the desired result so long as the gaps are not too large as to avoid having large teeth.
Arrange a consultation for definitive treatment options.
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