Solve Your Smile Issue
While every mouth is unique, there are some orthodontic problems that we see often. Odds are, your problems are similar to these, and we have experience treating it.
This happens when there isn’t enough space in your dental arch to accommodate all your teeth. Crowding is characterized by teeth that are pushed out of the dental arch or overlapped.
This is when your front teeth don’t touch. It can be caused by habits like thumb-sucking or tongue thrusting, or it can be the result of a poor jaw relationship.
This is when your front teeth excessively overlap your lower teeth. If your deep bite is too dramatic, it can cause trauma to your palate and/or your teeth.
Missing Lateral Incisors
Missing maxillary lateral incisors is a common problem some people are born with. We can replace this missing tooth with a canine in the lateral incisor’s space or using a prosthetic tooth.
This is when your lower front teeth are in front of the upper front teeth. This can happen when your lower teeth shift in front of your upper teeth, or from the lower jaw being too far forward of the upper jaw.
Your teeth can have space between them because of extra space in your dental arch, small teeth, or missing teeth. You can usually close this space only with orthodontic treatment. If you have too much space, we’ll need to work together with your dentist.
This is when your upper front teeth are excessively in front of your lower front teeth. An overbite can be caused by the lower jaw being too far back or the upper jaw is too far forward.