It seems you are asking how the placement of a filling, or having a tooth break, or a tooth experiencing an infection, has caused the roots of that tooth to become "twisted." Those are unrelated issues, there is no correlation between them. Instead, you have a tooth that has developed problems, that also happens to have "twisted" roots.

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