Common Orthodontic Issues

Crowded teeth
crowding of the teeth before Before
crowding of the teeth after After

Crowding occurs when there’s not enough space in your mouth for your teeth to align correctly, leading to overlapping or misaligned teeth.

Open bite
open bite before Before
open bite after After

An open bite is characterized by a gap between the front teeth when the back teeth are in contact. This condition can affect biting and speech.

Deep overbite
deep overbite before Before
deep overbite after After

A deep overbite happens when the upper front teeth excessively cover the lower ones, potentially causing wear and jaw discomfort.

Missing lateral incisors
missing lateral incisors before Before
missing lateral incisors after After

Missing lateral incisors can create gaps in your smile, impacting both aesthetics and function. Orthodontics can help address this issue.

underbite before Before
underbite after After

An underbite occurs when the lower front teeth extend beyond the upper front teeth when biting down. It can affect facial harmony and function.

Spacing between teeth
spacing of teeth before Before
spacing of teeth after After

Spacing issues involve gaps between teeth, which can affect both appearance and the ability to chew properly.

overjet before Before
overjet after After

Overjet refers to front teeth that protrude outward, potentially causing aesthetic concerns and increasing the risk of injury.

Non-braces treatment
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non braces treatment after After

Some orthodontic issues can be addressed without braces, using alternative methods like clear aligners or removable appliances.

Phase-One orthodontic treatment
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phase 1 after After

Phase-One treatment involves early orthodontic intervention, often for children, to address specific issues and create an ideal foundation for future orthodontic work.